Just in time for March Madness, Duke’s Sports Bar will show your favorite games and serve classic sports bar and deli favorites.
Menu features include snacks, salads, sandwiches, and house specialties. March Madness includes $5 domestic and $7 imported beers on tap.
THE HISTORY OF DUKE’S
Duke’s Sports Bar, originally the Beefsteak Room, was founded in 1996 in homage to The LAAC’s legend, Richard “Duke” Llewellyn. Duke joined The Club in the 1940s and became its athletic director in 1956. He helped to create the John R. Wooden Award and has served as its Chairman since 1977. A boxer in the US Army, Duke fought exhibition matches against World Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis. He played professional football for the legendary LA Dons.
Duke dedicated his lifelong career to sports. His great capacity for friendship and devotion to The Club had made him one of its best-known, most loved members.