Menu & Cuisine
Executive Chef Christopher Coombs, who has designed and built his dream kitchen at Deuxave, has created a menu that is designed with an affordable price point, with high value — entrees average around $30, offering an excellent value for the highest quality foods. The cuisine is strongly rooted in the nouvelle techniques of contemporary French cuisine, married with the splendor of American ingredients in a refined, but casual setting.
Wine & Drink
General Manager/Sommelier Jason Irving, formally of the Four Seasons’s Aujourd’hui, is one of Boston’s most respected wine enthusiasts. Irving has worked to create an extensive wine program that has quickly become a local favorite. The wine list at Deuxave boasts over 460 bottles, including two dozen wines available by the glass. We’re pleased to offer an assortment of affordable wines and top rated-highly allocated rare bottles.
Bar Manager, Christina Doris leads the cocktail and beer program with passion and creativity. The cocktail list is ever-changing, incorporating variations on classics, fresh seasonal ingredients and original flavor combinations. The beer list consists of craft breweries, both local and international, as well as rotating seasonal selections. The bar and lounge area serves a full dinner menu through the end of dinner service and is open for drinks until 1am nightly.
Space & Look
A collaboration between Designer Mark Bombara & Brian Piccini, the restaurant design is an upscale Bostonian chic style, incorporating a cosmopolitan and culturally sophisticated appearance to reflect the diner’s desire to be comfortable, yet stylish during their night out. Large round chandeliers were hand selected and can be seen through the vast windows on Massachusetts and Commonwealth Avenues.
The bar area occupies the front portion of the space leaving the rest for the main dining room, which accommodates about 90 people. Included in this space, which is equipped with a gas fireplace for warmth and added atmosphere, are two areas for semi-private dining for up to 12 people.
The back bar was designed with an array of mirrors to reflect the Back Bay skyline through the expansive bow front windows viewable from any bar seat. The furniture is crafted from rich, dark woods that add to the inviting feeling of the space. During the warmer months, Deuxave has a patio accommodating about 30 people right on Commonwealth Avenue, where diners can sit outside and enjoy their meal in the beautiful see-and-be-seen setting.