Vegetarians will receive a special treat every Monday at Duke’s Alehouse & Kitchen as the Crystal Lake alehouse offers a 50-percent discount on select vegetarian dishes. The promotion, called “Meatless Mondays,” is currently an ongoing event at Duke’s.
“An estimated 70 percent of all antibiotics used in the U.S. are given to farm animals,” Zak Dolezal of Duke’s Alehouse & Kitchen said. “Select vegetarian menu items are half-off; in addition, all of our specials are vegetarian on Mondays.”
Duke’s Alehouse & Kitchen was voted as the Best in Vegetarian Dining in the 2012 Best of Fox Contest, the Northwest Herald Readers’ Choice Award representing McHenry County. Moreover, patrons have also chosen the restaurant as One of the Best in Salad, Best in Outdoor Dining, Best in Cocktails and Best Tavern/Pub/Brewery.
Every Monday, Duke’s also offers Lite and Coors Light pints for $1.50, $4 for Burning River APA/Edmund Fitzgerald Porter, $3.50 Captain Morgan and $3.50 Jim Beam. Its beer menu consists of 21 beers on tap, nine in cans and 157 in bottles.
“This July is going to be a blast at Duke's!” Dolezal said. “Duke's will be offering great seasonal specials like fresh salads and cold cut sandwiches that utilize sustainable and local ingredients. In addition to great food specials, we have packed this month with live music, entertainment and more.”
For more information about its Monday specials or any of Duke’s Alehouse & Kitchen’s products, call 815-356-9980, view the Lake Crystal alehouse on the Web at http://thedukeabides.com or visit 110 N. Main St. in Crystal Lake.
About Duke’s Alehouse & Kitchen
Duke’s Alehouse & Kitchen is an upscale-casual tavern in Crystal Lake that specializes in Belgian ales and craft brews. It serves new and traditional American food, pizza, sandwiches, and vegan and vegetarian delights using as much produce from local and organic farms as possible. It features nightly live entertainment, and provides a banquet space and special menus for private occasions.
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