Colm Treacy, owner of T's in Andersonville, has taken over the old Duke's with partner Tom Hoang. The bar's still LGBT-friendly, but is home to an older crowd. The inside is dark, and from the outside you may think its closed, but open the door and you'll find a bar with a handful of taps, $10 classic cocktails and the standard well drinks.
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