Duffy's has a place in every town, and every one of them is different. Their model is to find a big building and turn it into a sports bar by putting flat screen TVs everywhere they can find a place for one. This particular location is smaller than most of the others; it's not as wide and not as comfortable.
Most Duffy's can be described as cavernous. This location has a long narrow bar with tables throughout. There are a lot of bad seats where you can't see many of the TVs. There's really not a lot of standing room. If you get a good table in the center of the room; you can see most of the sets. But if you're sitting on the side you may only be able to see one or two sets easily.
There's are separate dining rooms that are not particularly large rooms either. One room run parallel to the bar, and another is adjacent to the bar.
The servers here are all kids; mostly college aged I'd say. The crowd is decisively low-key. There's not a lot of cheering in here. I ran into some people trying to save a table for 8 for 2 hours for their friends; there were only 3 of them. It's that kind of crowd.
On Mondays with the $9.95 entrees I've heard that this transforms into a blue-haired paradise. Typical early bird crowd in Boca.