|Cuisine Type |||American, Fusion|
|Ambiance |||Meet For Drink, Casual|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Brunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$21 - $30|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Cash|
|Getting There |||#240, #241|
|Cross Street |||W 16th Street|
|Mon-Sun 11:30AM - 12AM|
Profile Last Updated: May 30, 2008
Deuce brings a distinctly contemporary feel to the North Shore's burgeoning dining district. Minimalist design reigns here, with crisp lines and blond wood defining the airy room. The menu is designed to encourage sharing – most entrees come portioned, with the option to add extra pieces so everyone in your party gets a taste. A creative cocktail list is an integral part of the appeal, and the bartender treats the classic Mojito to infusions of apple & ginger, blood orange, or cucumber.
Make It Your Own
The menu offers plenty of chances to customise, including a choice of three ways to adorn your roasted butternut squash soup. A must-try dish is the beef steak lasagna, oozing with camembert and sautéed spinach. Or tuck in to the serious mac & cheese – a far cry from the childhood classic, it boasts fontina, oyster mushrooms and truffle oil. At lunchtime, the antipasto platter makes short work of the question of what to try – featuring smoked salmon, marinated artichokes, prosciutto and much more, it's a great place to start when you want a little of everything.
You can also opt out of the dinner crowd and indulge yourself with a relaxed brunch - just imagine pairing a white peach mimosa with French toast smothered in caramelized banana and pecans. The Benny layers pancetta and organic eggs on fluffy buttermilk biscuits – the perfect reviver on a lazy morning.