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Duke’s Restaurant and Bar has been a thriving scene for well over 35 years in Seattle. We have a focus and enthusiasm around warm, friendly service, food and drinks with an unparalleled reputation to match. Our Happy Hour runs 3pm-6pm 7 days a week, and late night dining and happy hour from 9pm to close. You can trust Duke’s to bring you the best every day. Few, if any, restaurants in Puget Sound will go this far. We believe in natural, sustainable, flavorful and nutritious food. This extends to our bar and happy hour menus as much as it does to our famous seafood, lunch, dinner and main dining room menus and food as well.

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Also known as Muddled Uptails, these unique large handcrafted concoctions are muddled or shaken and all are served in an oversized Martini glass — “up” of course. All $8.90

Cucumber Mojito

Cucumber infused vodka with fresh mint, splash of soda, sweet & sour, sugared rim. Our best selling Duketail ever!

10 Cane Mojito

10 Cane rum muddled with fresh limes and mint, sweet & sour, soda, sugared rim – on the rocks

Blueberry Lemon Drop

Smirnoff Blueberry, fresh lemon, Oregon blueberries, splash of sweet & sour, splash of lemonade, sugared rim

Grapefruit Nirvana

Finlandia Grapefruit vodka with all natural agave nectar, muddled fresh grapefruit and a splash of fresh squeezed lemonade. Voted most refreshing cocktail in Seattle — 2012

Killer Cherry Mojito

Mount Gay Silver rum with All Natural Tillen Farms Maraschino cherry juice muddled with fresh limes and mint, splash of soda, sugared rim – on the rocks.

Imperfect “Scratch ” Margarita

El Jimador Reposado tequila, Cointreau, major lime squeeze, salted rim

Duke’s Famous Bloody Bloody Mary

Housemade infused vodka with Demitri’s All–Natural Bloody Mary Seasoning garnished with two jumbo prawns “Life is too short for bland Marys.” – Kelly Mitchell, West Seattle resident and “regular”

Orange Mojito

Captain Morgan Spiced rum with fresh oranges and mint, sweet & sour, splash of soda

Bell Hop

Belvedere Citrus vodka muddled with fresh lemons and limes, all natural agave nectar, splash of soda and Sierra Mist – on the rocks. #1 Citrus vodka on the market.

Classic Cocktails

Tito’s Moscow Mule

Tito’s Handmade Vodka with fresh limes and the original Cock ‘n’ Bull Ginger Beer served in a signature 100% copper mug*

Mai Tai

Mount Gay Black Barrel rum with Cointreau, fresh limes, pineapple and orange juices with a float of Myers’s Dark rum

Duke’s Long Island Iced Tea

Tito’s Handmade vodka, Mount Gay Black Barrel rum and Jeremiah Weed Sweet Tea with lemons, fresh lemonade and cola.

Duke’s Manhattan

Duke’s personal blend of Woodford Reserve small batch bourbon with a splash of blood orange bitters and Martini & Rossi sweet vermouth, shaken and served “up”.
$11.30 Each year Duke travels to Louisville, KY to personally blend our own batch of this unique, one-of-a-kind bourbons with master distiller Chris Morris.



  • Mac & Jack’s African Amber
  • Manny’s Pale Ale
  • Coors Light
  • Alaskan Brewing (Rotating)
  • Pyramid Hefeweizen
  • Lagunitas I.P.A.
  • Kona Brewing (Rotating)
  • Blue Moon Belgian White Ale
  • Trumer Pils (Prestige Glass)


  • Amstel Light
  • Heineken
  • Corona, Corona Light
  • $3 PBR (Can)
  • Budweiser, Bud Light
  • Miller Lite
  • Dos Equis Lager
  • Guinness Stout (can)
  • St. Pauli (Non–Alcohol)

Wine List

All of our glasses of wine offered in a 6oz or 9oz pour.  West Coast wines is our focus: Washington, Oregon and California.  We like to think of them as the most unique and diverse growing areas in the world.

White Wines

  • Chardonnay House 
  • Chardonnay 14 Hands
    Columbia Valley. Bright, crisp, flavors and aromas of melon, apple and pear. A classic Washington Chardonnay
  • Chardonnay Sonoma–Cutrer Sonoma County. One of America’s favorite white wines. Clean, tropical fruit, great balance, light vanilla oak finish
  • Riesling Chateau Ste. Michelle
    Columbia Valley. Classic Washington Riesling characters of juicy peach, ripe pear, melon with subtle mineral notes
  • Pinot Grigio Rex Goliath
    California. Bright, juicy citrus and apple flavors, pear and honeydew aromas and balanced acidity
  • Pinot Gris King Estate Acrobat
    Oregon. Balanced and crisp, tangerine, lemon, pineapple, clean finish. A solid wine from our neighbors to the south
  • Sauvignon Blanc Simi
    Sonoma County. 30+ years of winemaking, this medium bodied wine is crisp with mineral notes and snappy acidity
  • Viognier Loredona
    Lodi. Fabulous flowers on the nose and tropical fruit flavors throughout.
  • White Zinfandel House

Red Wines

  • Cabernet Sauvignon House
  • Cabernet Sauvignon Chateau Ste. Michelle Indian Wells
    Columbia Valley. This lush wine reveals fruit-forward blackberry and cherry flavors and dark fruit aromas.
  • Cabernet Sauvignon Newton Vineyards                                                         Napa Valley Sustainably grown, this lush Cabernet boasts notes of blackberry, black currants and herbs.
  • Merlot House
  • Merlot 14 Hands
    Columbia Valley. Bright, juicy fruit flavors complemented by refined, velvety tannins. Our #1 selling red wine!
  • Red Blend Fidélitas M100
    Columbia Valley. Very drinkable. Well balanced with soft tannins and a plush palate
    2010 Winery of the Year – Wine & Spirits
  • Pinot Noir Estancia
    Monterey County. Rich and creamy with ripe plum, blueberry and black cherry leading to a smooth, lingering finish
  • Pinot Noir King Estate Acrobat
    Oregon. The smell of Bing cherries gives this wine a delightful bouquet with smooth tannins and spice
  • Malbec Los Alamos
    Mendoza, Argentina. Packs a punch up front, rich, dark fruit leads to a warm fuzzy finish


  • Sparkling Korbel
    California. Bright, crisp, bubbly and dry. A classic sparkling wine (187ml) $7.70
  • Sparkling Chandon Brut Classic 
    Sonoma County. Dry and fresh with complex apple and pear with a long elegant finish $32
  • Prosecco La Marca
    Italy. This sparkling wine has the charm to stand alone as an aperitif. Fresh and clean with hints of honey, citrus and green apple $30

Local Small Washington Wines

Below are some of our favorite, smaller, ‘Boutique’ wineries in Washington. Handcrafted in small quantities, with high quality fruit from vineyards using sustainable farming methods. Each local winemaker makes a distinctive style of wine that we feel are the perfect complement to our food. Remarkable wines and unbelievable values.

White Wines

  • Darby “Le Deuce”
    Columbia Valley. A Viognier & Roussanne blend loaded with notes of citrus, white peach, honey and orange blossom $36. “Voted best white Rhône blend in Washington” – Seattle Magazine
  • Va Piano Sauvignon Blanc
    Columbia Valley. Crisp and easy , with racy acidity, this is the perfect wine for deck sipping. $32
    Va Piano means “go slowly” in Italian $32
  • Ross Andrew Meadow White Blend Columbia Gorge. Wildflower aromas, vibrant and crisp on the palate (84% Columbia Gorge/ 16% Willamette Valley) $30
  • Sparkman “Lumiere” Chardonnay Columbia Valley. 100% Chardonnay.  Crisp, clean and balanced, Lumiere explodes on the palate with an avalanche of wild tropical fruits, creamy richness and finishes with its trademark minerality $44

Red Wines

  • JM Cellars Bramble Bump
    Columbia Valley. Four different grape varietals blended together to make one heck of a red. A labor of love from a Woodinville neighbor. $39
    …the wines are first–class and reasonably priced.” — Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
  • Va Piano “Bruno’s” Cabernet
    Columbia Valley. Round tannins and a rich mouthfeel. Father Bruno says a burger and a Bruno’s is a match made in heaven $36
  • Darby “The Dark Side” Syrah Walla Walla Valley. Silky smooth with black cherry, chocolate and spice. A big Syrah, great balance and depth $44
  • Mark Ryan “The Dissident” 
    Columbia Valley.  Founded by Mark Ryan McNeilly in 1999 with the goal of making the best wine in Washington State.  This wine, made up of six grape varietals, is remarkably elegant, showcasing focused, balanced acidity and fine, polished tannins $52
  • Fidélitas Cabernet Sauvignon
    Columbia Valley. Charlie Hoppes is one of the finest winemakers in our State. This Cabernet is a full bodied, sensuous display of his craft $46
  • Guardian Cellars “Chalk Line” Columbia Valley. Police detective during the day, winemaker at night Jerry Reiner offers this wine with nice acidity, a full mouth-feel, and lingering fruit on the palate. A blend of six different grape varietals, and consistently voted in the Top 100 in Washington State $42
  • DeLille D2 Columbia Valley. Named after the famed highway in Bourdeaux, this predominantly Merlot and Cabernet blend explodes with chocolate and cherry flavors accented by aromas of coffee, floral notes and dark fruit $65
  • Januik Merlot Columbia Valley. Mike Januik was head winemaker at Chateau Ste Michelle for ten years and also named one of the world’s ten “Masters of Merlot” by Wine Enthusiast. This tasty Merlot is well structured and medium bodied with raspberry, vanilla and spice notes $42

Other Beverages

  • Red Bull Energy Drink
  • Red Bull Sugarfree Energy Drink
  • Pepsi, Diet Pepsi,
    Dr. Pepper, Diet Dr. Pepper, Sierra Mist Natural
  • Torani Peach Iced Tea
  • Thomas Kemper Root Beer
  • Cock ‘n’ Bull Ginger Beer
  • Torani Cherry Lime Soda
  • Fresh Squeezed Lemonade
  • Blueberry Lemonade
  • Fresh Squeezed Strawberry Lemonade
  • Arnold Palmer (Iced Tea and Lemonade)
  • Caffé Vita Farm DirectTM Organic Coffee
  • San Pellegrino Sparkling Water
  • Acqua Panna Spring Water

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