Places to eat
Fifteen years seems like a lifetime in LoHi years, and that’s how long Duo has been keeping the neighborhood wined and dined. Under the guidance of owners Keith Arnold and Stephanie Bonin, Duo has somehow always managed to feel fresh and classic at the same time, even in its early days. Exposed brick, shabby-chic decor and a simple menu unadorned by ego-driven feats of gastronomy aren’t what’s sexy these days, but a consistent philosophy and respect for both staff and customers are things that never go out of style.
Amadeo’s Pizza & Deli
Stopped by for a quick bite to eat while in town. Very reasonably priced! The food was delicious and reminded me of home and a former pizza shop which had fresh made sauce and well-done crust! The sub and Stromboli were full of meat. We would visit again! There appears to also be a bakery case, unsure what other goodies they have during the daytime as we visited at night.