There’s A Self-Serve Beer Wall at Duke’s New Upper East Side Location

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Duke’s Original Roadhouse has hit the Upper East Side with its house-smoked specialties, original mason jar cocktails and two electronic self-pour beer walls. From the folks at Branded Restaurants, this is Duke’s second location and New York City’s first restaurant to offer self-serve taps (hell, yeah)!

Using a pre-paid card (to activate the taps), guests can help themselves to glasses and pour their own chilled pints on demand – no bartender needed with 20 craft beers available.

Duke's NYC Beer Taps

Beer isn’t the only beverage to sip. There are Duke’s famous, massive mason jar cocktails like the Duke-a-Rita and Texas Tea, as well as, Boozy Bears, Duke’s famous booze-infused gummy bears. The main bar offers four beers on tap (if you’re too lazy to pour your own), over 20 tequilas and 40 whiskies.

Taps can be customized to your own liking but if beer ain’t your thing, request specialized cocktails; maybe add a digital team logo or photo above each tap, too. It’s your party now! Only thing you can’t change – Duke’s long list of house-smoked specialities including slow-smoked BBQ sliced brisket and Kansas City sloppy “fall-off-the-bone” ribs. These huge-portioned plates are on point and will satisfy everyone in your group.

Book now and get buzzed.

Duke’s Upper East Side details

1596 2nd Ave. at East 83rd St, 212-717-2020, dukesnyc.com

Connect socially: @dukesnyc #dukesnyc

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