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Deuxave (pronounced DOO-auve), conceived by Chef Chris Coombs and restaurateur Brian Piccini, serves Modern French cuisine using the finest American ingredients sourced from the best local farmers, fisherman and foragers. 

Located at the prestigious corner of Commonwealth and Massachusetts Avenues, Deuxave offers a truly modern restaurant experience with impeccable service in an elegant dining room and a world-class wine program.

Chef's Favorites


“Night Moves” Scituate Lobster with Gnocchi —
Potato Gnocchi, Mushrooms, Green Grapes, Curried Walnuts & Pearl Onions, Citrus Fricassee


Crispy Duck Confit  —
Champagne Mango, Jicama, Gremolata Purée, Mango and Coriander Purèe


— Pan Seared Chilean Sea Bass and Crispy Rock Shrimp
Fregola, Kimbe Carrots, Basil, Meyer Lemon Emulsion, Salad of Spring Onions, Cara Cara Oranges, Toasted Hazelnuts

Mangalitsa Pork Loin and Smoked Linguica
Green Romesco, Roasted Purple and Romanesco Cauliflower, Confit Potato, Piquillo Pepper Potage, Almonds, Micro Parsley


Crispy-Skinned Giannone Organic Chicken —
Soft-Boiled Scotch Egg, Buttermilk Vinaigrette
Warm Salad of Fiddlehead Ferns & Pickled Hedgehog Mushrooms, Jus


— Passionfruit Tart
Cashew Cake, Dark Chocolate Creméux, Passionfruit Ice Cream


When it comes to French food in this town, there’s a mode for every mood, whether you’re looking for a bistro-standard croque-monsieur or a meticulously plated, multicourse extravaganza. Deuxave’s wunderkind chef, Christopher Coombs, cherry-picks from both styles, deftly weaving what could be contradictory impulses—hearty (upgraded) French onion soup; the swoosh-heavy, haute-cuisine-styled “Duo of Pork & First of the Season Apricots” —into an improbably cohesive menu.
— Boston magazine, Best of Boston, Best French
Back Bay has many fancy, pricey restaurants suitable for romance and special occasions, but few are as lovely as this jewel in the crown of chef Chris Coombs and partner Brian Piccini’s budding empire. Coombs works luxurious ingredients in traditional French and New American idioms, rendering them in gorgeous, painterly platings, complemented by swoony desserts and a fabulous wine list. With its tranquil palette-of-grays room and beautiful fireplace, expect to witness discreet proposals of marriage (and business).
— Improper Bostonian

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