Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot Bar
2335 Kalakaua Ave Ste 116, Honolulu, HI 96815
Parking: Garage, Street, Valet
Cuisines: Barbecue, Family Style, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Steakhouse, Seafood
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We did not make reservations and were told it would be a 45 minute wait but ended up being only about 20 minutes. We had an awesome waitress aand we enjoyed the singers who came around to the tables. Salad bar was good and my husband liked the kabobs but I think the rest of the food was just ok with small portions for the price, We had a good time but undecided on going back.
04/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My friend and I were excited to go to this place. She has been there before and told me that she had a lovely experience there. However this time, it was a completely different experience. We went for lunch and wanted to eat something light so we decided to split a piece of fish and salad. The fish was $15 & supposed to be 5oz. When we got it, it was microscopic & very dry. When we asked the waitress about the size - she reminded us that the reason it was small is that we shared the fish?as if we didn?t know that that is how we ordered it. She also had raved about ""the bean salad."" So?we decided to try that. But much to my surprise, the bean salad was not even a salad. It was merely a side order of green beans. There were no other vegetables. It was spiced well, but it certainly was not a salad. There was not much to it. In addition, I ordered an ice tea with pineapple juice (on the menu), but instead, she brought me an Arnold Palmer. Rather than make a fuss, I just drank it. When I asked for a refill of ice tea with the pineapple juice, I was charged for the refill. What a rip-off.
11/15/2006Provided by Citysearch -
made to order omeletes as part of all you can eat breakfast bar! unheard of , but , DUKE'S has it. also never thought the best pizza i have ever eaten would be in Hawaii (have had pizza in 39 states and 2 countries)but, the pizza is fantastic , no need to ask for extra toppings whatever you like on your pizza is loaded on, no skimping.ambience is tourist hawaiian , not tacky ,but,difenitely for the tourist,not the locals.great outdoor bar , excellent music...whatever you desire music , dancing, romance, good food,incredible views DUKE'S has it all
06/22/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The wait for this place was unbelievable. Once we made it inside, the menu selection was slim and way overpriced. The portions were small and the food was mediocre at best. The server ignored our party of 7 and never refreshed our drinks even after two requests. The restaurant sits on the beachfront and has nice scenery, but eat before you go.
03/15/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Don't come here looking for a quiet romantic fine cuisine meal. We were surprised by the wine list as it contained a good selection of quality wines and pricing. The salad bar was well kept and stocked. The teenage servers were overwhelmed by the crowded room. The fish was satisfactory.
11/19/2005Provided by Citysearch -
We arrived on a Friday night around 8 PM and the wait was about 55 minutes. You might consider putting your name in and walking across the street to the shopping center. The food was very good -- I got the top sirloin ($19.95) and my girlfriend got the 7 Spice Ahi Tuna which she said was excellent. All entrees come with the salad bar which is very good. The drinks were enjoyable and semi-strong. I recommend the Mickey Goon -- it's a 151 rum-based drink that's pretty yummy. There's another drink with Itch in the name and it comes with a back-scratcher. All-in-all, this is a great place to come for dinner and drinks and make a night out of it.
10/30/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This was our first night in Honolulu (Oct. 20) and it really said Hawaii. Warm, a beautiful sunset, good food and wonderful cocktails. Three of us had fish and it was excellent. The ahi tuna was great. Service was very attentive and prices were on par with other cities. Right in the heart of everything. Watch where you sit at sunset - it can get quite blinding if you have to face it.
11/23/2004Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I went to Duke's several times during our visit in Wikiki, once for lunch and once for dinner. Duke's provides a nice, relaxing yet upbeat atmosphere on the beach that's great for kids too. There is indoor, patio and outdoor seating for dinner and indoor and patio seating for lunch. I recommed that you visit Duke's during your stay for a casual meal or for drinks in a fun, laid-back environment.
10/31/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Jeeze, talk about a beautiful sunset. This place should definately be named beach bar of the year. Thing to order, the Lava Flow...So yummy. Enjoy a nice dinner or lunch on the indoor/outdoor patio. Waitstaff are super friendly. Sometimes service is a bit slow, but let's face it, unless you're catching a movie, or on lunch break, take it easy relax and take it slow. Great location, of course, but there is a market place just across the street. Very Nice.
10/07/2002Provided by Citysearch -
If your looking for beautiful sunsets as you sip down your cosmo, Dukes is the place. Popular for tourists and locals alike, Duke's offers music, food, and beer. Right on the beach you can watch the sunset as the surfers paddle in or listen to the beautiful Hawaiian music being played.
06/06/2002Provided by Citysearch -
You have got to get there on Sunday afternoons. Its a perfect scene: Live Hawaiian music, dancing, and a barefoot bar all the while the sunset over the Waikiki shoreline is your backdrop. Whether you are visiting for the first time or just catching up with old friends, this is the place.