The food was ok, certainly not outstanding. The menu is very limited due to the "farm to fork" motif. The service was fine but the tip was forced without notice. All in all, I found this a mediocre dining experience at a 4 star price.
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My husband and I had a fabulous dinner at Duo on Saturday night. The meal was delicious and service was great. We had the cassoulet and bison sirloin, cooked perfectly! The date tart was so yummy, I didn't want to share! Definitely going back!
My son in Denver recommended Duo during our visit there and we were thrilled that he did. A place that he said was "swamped" during its opening months has now settled into a more normal existence with mature aplomb. This locavore-focused restaurant dazzled us with...More
I usually don't like to divulge our best kept secrets from back home, but we were recently traveling and were exchanging knowledge with travelers and realized that some places in Denver need to be publicized more on the international travel circuit. This restaurant deserves to...More
The restaurant is small, so I would recommend reservations. It is a little noisy, but food preparation is such that the noise is forgivable. We started with the market salad, big enough for 2 of us to share. Watch out for the sliced onions, they...More
We were married in April 2017 and held our rehearsal dinner at Duo two nights prior to our wedding. We had 18 guests and we couldn't have been happier with our decision to host our friends and family at one of our favorite places. We...More
With a farm - to - table concept this gem in the heart of LoHi is a must try! As we didn't have reservations we set at the bar. Soon after it opened, this place was packed so be sure to reserve a table if...More
Enjoyed dinner at Duo last night with my family. We all enjoyed our selections and Alex was great with service. The pork chop and bison steak were exceptional, and the chocolate torte for dessert was a nice ending to a very satisfying meal. We'll definitely...More
I love Duo. Their brunch is to die for - french press coffee, anyone?? - and their decor is adorable. They have the most delicious fresh baked goods as well. I recently had friends visiting from NYC and we went there to take in the...More
Not cheap it was almost $40 for breakfast for two, but very good. My wife had an elaborate toasted cheese sandwich with homemade fries and a french press coffee. Sandwich had unusual cheeses and arugula. I had a pork loin slice coated in panko bread...More