Duo Restaurant Tyler Skrivanek

Since 1969, restaurant, hotel, travel & other witty reviews by a handpicked, worldwide team of discerning professionals—and your views, too.

Duo Restaurant

2413 W. 32nd Ave. (Zuni St.) Send to Phone
Seasonally inspired comfort food served in an inviting neighborhood atmosphere.


Dinner Mon.-Sat., Brunch Sat.-Sun.
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Full bar
  • Reservations suggested

* Click here for rating key

Duo Restaurant, Denver, CO

Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.

Duo Restaurant Restaurant Review

: In a 19th-century mercantile building with high ceilings, exposed-brick walls and tall windows, this neighborhood restaurant is always packed --- and always worth the wait. All of the hard surfaces make for a noisy space, better suited to a festive dinner with friends than a romantic evening. Chef Tyler Skrivanek has created a small but mighty menu full of creative comfort food, with starters like a trio of squash, presented roasted, raw and pickled. A Berkshire pork chop, paired with Fresno chile grits, shares room on the plate with Swiss chard and fried pickles, while buttermilk fried chicken is matched with mashed potatoes, collard greens and sweet corn. A moderately priced wine list includes many offerings by the glass, and beer aficionados can enjoy Colorado craft beers like Upslope's brown ale. Locals often drop by after dinner and grab a seat at the bar --- loosely divided from the dining room by vintage windows --- for dessert and a cup of inky espresso or a café grande spiked with Grand Marnier and a hint of chocolate. For dessert, try the apple tart with house-made vanilla bean ice cream and the frozen pistachio nougat, which is like ice cream only richer and wrapped in a thin tuile.

Best Rosé Wines

For refreshing wines perfect for a hot day, take a look at GAYOT's Best Rosé Wines. See the list.


GAYOT's Wine & Spirits Editor presents the
Wine of the Week, featuring tasting notes as well as history on the vineyards and winemaker.


The charm of Provence right on your table.

Read the article and see photos.

Whisky Fudge RecipeA Whisky Fudge Recipe for a (very) sweet moment and treat.

Get the recipe.