Tried both of these over the weekend. Toscana service and ambiance was warm and welcoming. Grilled shrimp over white bean salad to start and the salmon as a main course. Both were good and of decent portion size, except the beans had a bit too much garlic in the dish. Duoro dissapointed me. First, it was SO SO loud in the restaurant that no matter where you sat, you could not hear the other person at the table. New young waiters were being trained and this was a Saturday night. It took us asking 3 times where our glass of wine was before it was brought to us and forever again to order. Appetizers were the calamari which was very bland and the beet salad which was more flavorful. Main courses were the tuna and the crispy lemon chicken. Portions were small and neither entree was very memorable. I would go back for the bar scene, but not for the food.