Dukes Southern Kitchen in Bixby/South Tulsa

By on January 18, 2011

We were so lucky to sample entrees to be offered at the new Duke’s Southern Kitchen.  Duke’s will be Opening in Bixby/South Tulsa right next to the Spirit Bank Event Center this weekend or next week (have not gotten official word yet). With great excitement for this new Tulsa restaurant, we wanted to share a few of the dishes we were fortunate enough to sample at The Stock Pot. Two items we sampled were off the charts delicious and we have high hopes for this new concept brought to you by the creators of the Brasserie Restaurant and Sonoma Bistro & Wine Bar on Brookside.

Here is a little information about what you can expect at Dukes Southern Kitchen (Taken from their FB Page)

Dukes captures the heart and soul of authentic southern cuisine, pulling inspiration from coastal regions such as South Carolina’s low country, Florida’s diverse island influences, Alabama and Georgia’s soul food, Louisiana’s Cajun and creole roots, and Texas and Oklahoma’s famous road house and BBQ cuisine.

Duke’s also features live music on select nights of the week with a variety of local and regional artists, playing jazz, blues, southern rock and the locally grown red dirt sound. Several private dining options are available including a state of the art, fully enclosed, private dining room.

Blackened Redfish - Sweet Carrot Puree, Warm Green Bean & Virginia Ham Toss

Crispy Fried Green Tomatoes – Lemon Basil Aioli, Goat Cheese

Avery Island Wedge – Bibb Lettuce, Buttermilk Bleu Cheese, Cornmeal Croutons, Spicy Tabasco Fried Onion Hay

Here are a few menu items that we can’t wait to try!

Biscuit & Gravy Burger - Andouille Sausage, Grilled Onions, House Made Bourbon Gravy
BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich – Pickled Carrot & Apple Slaw
BBQ Baby Back Ribs – Baked Beans, Pickled Carrot & Apple Slaw
Chicken Fried Steak – Mashed Potato, Bourbon Cream Gravy, Collard Greens, Sweet Corn Relish
Oklahoma Pecan Pie – Honey Bourbon Cream
Huge Cinnamon Rolls – Cream Cheese Icing, Candied Pecans

Duke’s has a Facebook Profile Page Here

Location: Right Next to the Spirit bank Event Center in Regal Plaza
Bixby (South Tulsa)
10441 S Regal Blvd
Bixby, OK

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9 Comments

  1. Brian Schwartz

    January 25, 2011 at 5:10 pm

    It’s hard to track them down! Google doesn’t have their website or phone. But I found it.

    364-3853
    http://www.dukestulsa.com
    open daily for dinner after 4 PM
    located near Savastano’s
    10441 S. Regal Blvd
    near Memorial and 105th St.

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  3. Brad

    June 5, 2011 at 1:01 am

    Drove to Duke’s from midtown Tulsa, not worth the drive. Food was good but drinks & service were awful. Took 25 minutes to get our first drinks for a table of 7. The waitress forgot an entire entree, oyster appetizer was served without fork, once drinks arrived we sent them back because they were caked in sugar, waitress dropped food in my fiancé’s purse & reached in it to clean it out, table was never cleaned off, we were there for a friend’s bday & dessert was disgusting. Proves my point that it’s not worth the hassle to drive out to south Tulsa for dinner. We will not be going back to Duke’s.

  4. Brian Schwartz

    June 5, 2011 at 11:40 am

    Duke’s has matured into a fine restaurant indeed. Here’s my latest review:

    http://tulsafood.com/south-tulsa/dukes-southern-kitchen-chef-driven-bixby

  5. Tey

    October 24, 2011 at 10:05 pm

    We visited Duke’s for the first time this past weekend. Let me first say, the food was perfection! We had the fried chicken, crab cakes, & shrimp and grits……Yummy! Second, the service “Sherman” was top notch.

  6. Leroy

    November 12, 2012 at 12:44 pm

    I’m really surprised by the negative reviews Duke’s has received. I’ve eaten there over a dozen times and have always received great service. The food has always been terrific and never undercooked or cold. I think it’s a great place to eat and I would highly recommend it.

  7. Kent Siegrist

    March 28, 2013 at 11:26 pm

    Closed

  8. Colin

    March 29, 2013 at 9:40 am

    Add it to the list of restaurants with glowing reviews that have closed in Tulsa. If all of these restaurants are so great, why are they all closing?

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