• white bowl on table with seared scallop and a hand drizzling sauce from white pitcher
  • 4 pieces of rare lamb with 3 circles of green sauce on white plate

A restaurant no one can pronounce correctly, you think that would be bad for business? Then you arrive to a beautiful conceived space at the intersection of two prominent city avenues of Commonwealth & Massachusetts — and Deuxave, pronounced DOO-auve, makes total sense. Named for these two avenues and conceived by Chef Chris Coombs and restaurateur Brian Piccini, Deauxave serves french cuisine infused with the finest American ingredients often sourced from the top local farms, fisheries and forests. A restaurant residing at one of the most prestigious corners of Boston has big shoes to fill, which they do. The front bar is the perfect place to enjoy a martini while waiting for dinner. Once you arrive in the dining you may have a difficult time making a selection, because everything sounds so good. If you love duck you will find multiple preparations on the menu. Halibut is item. The salad is irresistible as it is served in a basket made from woven potatoes, its so beautiful. Dress up and wander over to Back Bay for a romantic evening and fabulous food.