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Great Southern comfort food, plenty of beer and seven flat-screen plasma TVs for sports fanatics keep the crowds coming back to Duke’s, which has two locations—in Gramercy and Midtown East. Bring the kids, because everyone is welcome to the country brunches and late-night dinners. Menus showcase specialties like blackened Cajun catfish and slow-smoked barbecue skirt steak, along with homemade desserts (think Mississippi mud pie, red velvet cake and fruit cobblers) and “potions” like Earl’s spiked lemonade.