"Meat is meat" is a common Lithuanian saying after a meal. If Grand Duke's is any indication, the phrase might as well be "meat is life."
The menu here is heavy on the pork, beef and chicken, from the stuffed (with cooked eggs and onions) pork cutlets ($7.99) to the massive Nobleman's Plate ($31.95), featuring pork kebab, beef kebab and ribeye steak with rice, potatoes and vegetables. It'll serve three people, or one famished Lithuanian shepherd.
The festive, classically decorated restaurant also offers a full bar (in accordance with the Lithuanian folk song: "Priests drink it, beggars drink it, cripples drink it and the poor drink it. Even young girls drink it, and those, who suffer most-drink vodka most of all!").
Average cost: $10-$20