Open Hours:Sunday 7:00–12:00 AM Monday 7:00–12:00 AM Tuesday 7:00–12:00 AM Wednesday 7:00–12:00 AM Thursday 7:00–12:00 AM Friday 7:00–12:00 AM Saturday 7:00–12:00 AM
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- 74%Budget Travelers
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User Reviews (49 Reviews)
- Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot BarMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 7Feb 04, 2014
Get into the Aloha spirit having a drink beach side. In the evenings they sometimes have a ukulele player to add to the Hawaii vibe. The bar area is massive great for big groups.
- Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot BarJan 20, 2014
Dukes of SUnday starts at 4 till 7pm it a sunset rock and roll party good fun!!! a Mix of locals and tourist where they can meet and play drink beer or ice water or I like to get a tropical itch and who doesn't love that bamboo back scratcher !!!!
- Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot BarMember ofStudentsJan 19, 2014
Duke's is quite a small restaurant, however its right on the beach front so you can watch the waves while sipping on a nice cocktail. at sunset there is usually a band and it goes off. Don't be afraid to have a dance and get into it. They also serve good big meals at a decent price.
- Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot BarCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8Dec 18, 2013
Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot Bar is a great place for food, drinks, sunset viewing, and people watching. Located right along the Waikiki shores, you have views of Diamond Head, the beach, and clear blue oceans in front of you. On Sundays starting at 4pm, there is live music that draws a large crowd. Everyone hangs out at Duke's as it's lively, fun, and a great spot to be in. Don't forget to try their signature Hula Pie!
- Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot BarCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4Sep 20, 2013
Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot Bar is perhaps one of the most famous restaurants in Waikiki. I've only dined here, and I found the experience acceptable. The restaurant exudes a casual steakhouse vibe, complete with meaty entrees and a salad bar. I've not frequented the Barefoot Bar, but I imagine it is much more fun and scenic. Who doesn't like drinking along the beach?
- Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot BarMember ofFoodiesWellnessLuxury Travelers+ 3Sep 20, 2013
Go here because it's a landmark and because it's by the beach, not for the food. Absolute worst steaks and the rest of the dinner menu isn't much better, high prices. But the food is not why anyone goes to Duke's. It's a must-go for tourists and a melting pot of those who live here and love having a tropical drink on Waikiki beach. If you go in the evening prepare to wait for about an hour, the place is always packed. Last time I went there they didn't validate for parking at the hotel but hopefully they validate somewhere now. My advice: sit at the bar and have a drink until sunset, enjoy the scenery and the legend of Duke Kahanamoku and then proceed to dinner somewhere else, Hula Grill (the best of the TS restaurants) is just above it and has a far superior menu with a view just as good!
- Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot BarSep 14, 2013
Located on the ground floor of the Outrigger Waikiki, this casual beachfront restaurant is quite an energetic spot for sunset cocktails and fresh island seafood. However, this tropical themed restaurant is also very popular for their marvelous breakfast buffet. The all-you-can-eat buffet is reasonably priced and offers everything from pancakes and waffles, made-to-order omelets, a slew of fresh island fruits, cereals and 100% Kona coffee. The open-air setting is perfect for everyone from couples to families with children.Recommended for:Family Travelers
- Duke's Restaurant & Barefoot BarMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Aug 20, 2013
Sometimes after a day out on the surf, you just want to pig out. Duke's is one of my favorite spots to do just that. Get an order of Beach Fries, fish tacos, chicken quesadilla and definitely make room for a ginormous slice of hula pie. Kick back a Dig Me Daiquiri or Tropical Itch, and you'll gain back all the calories you just burned off and then some.Recommended for:Nightlife Lovers