The stylish neighborhood restaurant is elegant and exciting. It’s the kind of place you want to show off to those who think they know where all the hot spots are in the City!
Duo Restaurant offers a seasonal changing menu with the freshest ingredients available from our local farms. Choose from a selection of appetizers or entrees that will satisfy the biggest meat eaters or the most discerning vegetarians.
The latest of many visits for us and we are always impressed. The French pork chop was amazingly good as was the red trout entree. Nice wine list and ver good service.
We went there for dinner and the food was delicious, our server was amazing. We had the octopus, pork, and the chicken, all the dishes were flavorful and good portions.
The service was amazing, and they had the food to match!
Duo is a wonderful farm to table restaurant in the truest sense of the word. Their food is delicious, fresh,
Duo consistently offers innovative menu choices, excellent cuisine, in a relaxed environment, with highly personalized and attentive service (bravo Dillon). One of my favorite restaurants worldwide, no exaggeration!
Stupendous food quality just as always!! Thank you for being a local treat.
Probably my 50th meal here. Amazing!!
One of our family faves for Mother’s Day to engagement celebrations, always satisfied!
LOVE Duo. Been here a long time: utterly classic incredibly cute and completely delicious.
Wonderful food. A cute, unique place.
Great brunch. Love Duo.
We had an excellent experience with all the staff. Kate was so personable and super fabulous.
Duo is a fantastic restaurant! Such a fun neighborhood vibe with amazing food. Well worth it!
Really lovely time out for restaurant week. Impressed that they still had specials on top of the “prix fixe” menu for restaurant week. The food was absolutely delicious, the service was great, and the interior was very interesting. Will be happy to dine here again in the future.
Great service paired with great food, a winning combination! Also, good wines and cocktails. A Denver treasure!
Duo is a longtime favorite but we hadn't been in a while. I didn't realize it was restaurant week but even with a smaller menu, we had great choices--not easy given that one of us has celiac and eats mostly veggie. Brussels sprout salad and cauliflower 'steak' were terrific, as was the real grass-fed (not corn finished) beef. And I can't say enough about our server, who took good care of us and made good wine recommendations, on an especially busy night. Duo remains a favorite.
High quality ingredients, delicious food, good atmosphere.
Visited during Denver Restaurant Week and enjoyed the menu the chef put together. The highlights were the entrees (duck confit and short ribs) and dessert (chocolate mouse cake). The service was excellent and I would recommend the Italian Old Fashioned. We don’t usually have more than 1 drink, but had to order a second because it was so good!
Always a great experience in exception dining even during a busy Restaurant Week
Duo is literally my most favorite restaurant in Houston! We had another fabulous dinner there for my birthday!
My wife and I have been attending Denver Restaurant Week since its beginning and usually attend a couple each year. This was the best experience we have had in years.
I have been here many times in 10 years. Always high quality food. Good staff. Will keep coming back.
EXCELLENT service and great overall experience. Even though the restaurant was full, the service, timing and overall experience were wonderful.
I visited during restaurant week and it was such a great experience. Excellent service. Each dish was delicious. I’m excited to come back.
Outstanding per usual. Always the best food, service and ambiance.
We had another lovely experience at Duo. After a business meeting we treated ourselves to fresh, complex tastes coupled with nice wine and a great server.
Entrees were oversalted and while the individual components of the desserts were fantastic, the paring of each flavor didn't work for me at all.
I have heard about Duo for years and finally was able to go. This was a great dining experience. I loved every bit of it from the Hobart bowls used as lamp shades to the eclectic menu items.
The Restaurant Week menu was outstanding. Everything was perfectly executed and expertly served. A wonderful experience!
Duo has been our date night spot for years and we love everything about this place! From the staff to the food to the service to the ambience, everything is exceptional everytime!
Excellent food and service. Been coming here for r15 years, and it's always very good
I was very pleasant with the food and service
Very enjoyable and a well rounded experience.
This place never disappoints - best brunch in town!
As always, Duo does not disappoint for brunch! We especially enjoy their ever-changing pastry board, and love their brunch menu items (we've tried most of them). Have not been there for dinner yet, but definitely plan to.
Our waitress Allison was awesome!
Very quaint spot with great food and reasibable wine prices. Very friendly and welcome atmosphere. Food is great.
Food was amazing but the service was less than stellar. After ordering, we didn’t see our server again until she brought the dessert menus. At that point we asked for the bill. We plan to try it again because the food was amazing but were very disappointed with the service.
Actually Duo is one of our favorite spots. The experience is consistently outstanding. Duo is a unique personable neighborhood restaurant.
This was our first time dining at Duo and can say we will definitely be back. It’s quaint neighborhood location, chic yet rustic decor and cozy ambiance, coupled with an amazing Valentine’s Day menu lended itself well to a delicious dinner and overall great night. The noise level was conservatively moderate, which seems more and more difficult to find lately. It was nice being able to carry on a conversation and not have to yell. Our server was attentive enough, but seemed a little distracted. I would say the only real negative part of our experience was parking. It’s very limited and the one drawback of Duo’s location, especially this time of year. We had to park on a nearby neighborhood street, which is not a huge deal except that the surrounding sidewalks were full of snow and ice, making for a bit of a treacherous walk when you’re wearing heels. All in all, Duo was a great place to celebrate Valentine’s Day and is equally suited for an everyday dining experience.