Dukes Bar-B-Que

789 Chestnut ST NE

Orangeburg, SC 29115

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Phone: (803) 534-9418

City: Orangeburg

Region: Midlands

Dukes Bar-B-Que

Writer Michael Stern describes Dukes Bar-B-Que as "a plain place with perfect pig." You won't find any frills here, but plenty of thrills from the taste of the barbecue. Add your choice of sauce and a couple slices of Sunbeam bread from the loaf on your table and it may take you a while to get move from your seat.

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