The only remaining location in Webster Old location during the 2008 Jazz Festival
Daisy Dukes was a country-themed bar located in Webster, across the street from the AMC Loews Webster. The main attraction, besides girls in tied-off flannel shirts, was the mechanical bull prominently featured in the center of the bar. They played Northeasterner-friendly country (think Shania Twain) and had a good selection of moderately-priced drinks. There was also a weekly Uncle Ralph's Steakout on Wednesdays at Daisy Dukes.
The original location was downtown near East and Alexander in the same building as SoHo East with one bar operating upstairs the other..
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2009-06-30 17:57:23 ...Looks like the Downtown arm of the Duke Empire has closed. —BatGuano
2009-06-30 21:16:09 The website listed above goes to Daisy Duke's restaurant in New Orleans. —ShawnaLusk
2009-06-30 21:46:33 Shawna—rochester's daisy dukes is mentioned at the bottom of the New Orleans page —PeteB
2009-07-01 10:31:29 PeteB - Yeah but it says right above, "To enjoy the real Daisy Dukes Experience please be aware that the links below is a public directory of Restaurants not associated or affiliated with the Official Daisy Dukes" —BadFish
2010-11-28 20:07:51 overplayed. fake ugly looking bartenders are rude and straight up street whores. —HappyResident4
2011-03-17 15:20:18 Radio commercial I heard in February 2010 said there is now a bar called Whiskey River in the former Daisy Dukes location on East Ave. —KatieS
2015-10-30 10:47:32 This is closed. It was rebuilt and rebranded as AJ's Tap and Steakhouse. —abraxas