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Duke's Huntington Restaurant Review: Duke’s brings aloha spirit and a bit of history to Huntington Beach, and its perch atop the Huntington Beach Pier gives guests a view of the shoreline's legendary pounding surf. You know the tropical cocktails are fresh and special when designated servers run back and forth from the bar just for the drinks, so don't hesitate to start with a mai tai or Hawaiian ice tea. To go with that sweet drink, ask for the crunchy and tangy coconut shrimp appetizer served with mango pineapple coulis. For entrées, fresh fish is cooked in Cal-Asian sauces and come with simple sides such as rice and vegetables. There’s also a good steak menu, along with surf ‘n’ turf selections. Finish off your meal with the macadamia nut ice cream pie, which is so big it can be shared with the entire table. Locals and visitors alike come here for Sunday brunch to greet the sun while they partake of a traditional buffet. Those who are really looking to chill can belly up to the Barefoot Bar and enjoy drinks and a casual menu featuring appetizers, burgers and uncomplicated mains.