Slide the center bar for before and after. [Photos: Mo Mong/Facebook, Dua/Facebook]
Montrose Vietnamese spot Mo Mong temporarily shuttered a few weeks ago after 17 years in biz to undergo renovations and a rebranding, and now it's open once more as the brand-spanking-new Dua. While much of the food (and pricing) remains the same as it was at Mo Mong, the interior has an all-new look and the menu (though it's not yet posted online anywhere) is said to have undergone some modernizing as well thanks to a new chef.
What will surely remain intact, though, is the Montrose restaurant's reputation as a hip, high-energy, gay-friendly hangout; early Yelp reports hint at "adult-friendly boba tea" and Dua's Facebook encourages folks to come out for $3 sake bellinis and a DJ every Thursday night. Dua is now open for dinner seven nights a week beginning at 5 p.m.