I happened onto Duke's when I was visiting the site of the famous Homestead Strike of 1892 and needed a quick lunch. The restaurant is dominated by a long mahogany bar with booths situated along the sides. Very dark and masculine on a rainy day. The special when I visited was an old-fashioned hoagie with hot peppers and Italian sausage. The sandwich was big enough to feed three but it was so good that I made an effort and ate the whole thing. Glad I did. This restaurant is off the beaten path, which is probably why it merits only three reviews, but if you're anywhere nearby, it's well worth a visit.
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