A good American restaurant isn't just the perfect place to practice close-up magic on unsuspecting patrons; it's also a great spot to meet friends and share Burton Gilliam gossip. Gather around today’s Groupon to socialize while you satiate: for $10, you get $25 worth of American fare at Duke's Original Roadhouse in Addison.
Duke's menu showcases comfort food in its warmest, most hammock-like state. The lunch and dinner menus offer sharable starters such as the coconut fried shrimp ($9.99) or Duke's banditos ($8.99)—miniature, deep-fried chimichangas served with chili con queso. A half-dozen burger varieties (starting at $6.99) are available to help fill daily protein quotas, and steaming specialty sandwiches such as the Texas chicken sandwich with avocado, bacon, and jack cheese ($9.99) or the Cuban pulled-pork sandwich ($8.99) satisfy rumbling tummies. Heartier options include Duke's full rack of tender barbecue ribs ($22.99) or chicken-fried steak ($10.99). Vegetarian flatbreads ($9.99) prep palates for grilled shrimp and bacon clubs ($8.99) and a sweet ending of fried Twinkies ($4.99).
Duke's expansive, umbrella-covered patio offers sun-kissed (or shaded) solace and is ideal for dining under the soft glow of neon signs reflecting off metal awnings. The casual interior pays homage to American heritage, as soft leather booths and exposed brick walls serve as the backdrop for the eclectic selection of patriotically inclined thingamajigs and trinkets.
- Duke's is a great place no matter who you are. The crowd varies from regulars to bikers to college kids...Service is exceptional... – Dana C., Insider Pages
- As the name implies Duke's is a Road House, it reminds me of a scene in Coyote Ugly. The most impressive part of my experience was the food. – Tom M., Yelp
Duke's Original Roadhouse
Seven days a week, the kitchen at Duke's Original Roadhouse stays bustling into the wee hours of the night as cooks whip up hearty comfort food. Patrons can nosh on “Fall Off The Bone” barbecue ribs, which arrive at tables accompanied by garlic mashed potatoes or seasoned fries or enjoy one of six mac ‘n’ cheese varieties, including one that’s topped with a half-pound of grilled hot dog. Hefty sandwiches, such as the open-faced pot-roast sandwich topped with brown gravy, pair well with a shareable 104-ounce cylinder of beer known as Duke’s Tower of Power. The restaurant also features an outdoor patio and deck, where guests gather each Wednesday evening to toss large bouncy balls into trashcans during bouts of Big Balls.
4180 Belt Line Rd.
Addison, Texas 75001Get Directions