Leith-based wings and cocktails joint Duke's offering 20% off lockdown delivery

A Leith-based wings and cocktails bar is offering a 20% off deal on food and drink orders over £20 in a bid to beat the lockdown blues.

Sticky: Duke's is offereing 20% off on home delivery during lockdown
Sticky: Duke's is offereing 20% off on home delivery during lockdown

Duke’s only opened their doors in February,offering a range of wings, craft beers and cocktails just weeks before the first lockdown kicked in.

But despite the Gods of Hospitality conspiring against them, the Leith-baed street food specialists have decided offer up some favourites from the menu at their Duke Street bar to the world.

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As well as their chicken wings, strips and calamari coming in at £6 and cauli wings £5.50, they are touting Duke’s Dirty Fries - a shirt-splattering slider of fries topped with a dirty sauce comprising streaky bacon, honey and stout, also for £6.

Wings: Sticky soy sauce and sesame seeds is a favourite sauce combo

Available for delivery or collection, all meals come with a selection from 17 sauces from sticky soy and sesame and Korean BBQ to Chimichurri and Jamaican Jerk, at 75p per portion.

And your order can be washed down with a selection of 16 craft beers and ciders by the can from £4 per can to four-pint pitchers, starting at £16.

From the cocktail menu a two litre pitcher of Pimm’s will set you back £16 and bottles of wine kick in from £18. All orders over £20 qualify for a 20% off reduction.

Opening times (for the moment) are Tues - Thurs 4.30pm to 10pm, Fri & Sat - 12pm to 12am Sunday - 2pm to 10pm.

Full menu and delivery via Duke’s Deliveroo page or by collection directly from the bar.

Duke’s, 31 Duke Street, Leith EH6 8HH, 0131 281 6144

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