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  • American (Traditional), Vegetarian-Friendly, Vegan, Other
  • 345 E 12th St, New York NY10003 40.730243 -73.98407
  • (Btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
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  • (212) 358-7912
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User Ratings (Based on 78 reviews)

Food 3.6 Value 3.4
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 2.9

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 358-7912
(212) 358-7917
Place Order:
Order From S'MAC for delivery & takeout
Delivery Take Out Catering Visa, MC, AmEx
Sun-Thu: 11am-11pm Fri-Sat: 11am-1am
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Gluten-Free, Online Ordering, Take Out
Min Delivery:
Delivery Area:
Houston to 23rd St Bway to Ave D (deliveries outside this area can be negotiated for a fee)

User Reviews

  • S'MAC

    Posted by hifitoy on 08/04/2006

    Maca-ruined and cheese

    S’MAC is a great idea – a place where you can just get a good plate of mac ‘n cheese. I have been waiting for a place with macaroni and cheese as the major meal to come around for a while. Unfortunately this is not the place. S’MAC has a great variety of mac ‘n cheese and the prices are reasonable for the nice portions they serve. If you want a good serving of mac ‘n cheese in several flavors, S’MAC will fit the bill perfectly. I found all the varieties I tasted to be too liquid – none stuck together the way a good homemade one really does – even Kraft is gooier if you use less milk. The regular American was not extremely flavorful and sadly just a cut above the kind you’d find behind the hot counter at a deli or salad bar with a powdery texture in the sauce. I would have to go with the Kraft regular mac ‘n cheese box with the powder, over the one at S’MAC, though I’d keep it in the fridge for a day and then heat it up for a great texture. Gruyere and mozzarella were about the same and the gruyere should have been sharper like a good Swiss gruyere is, while the mozzarella should have been more garlicky and cheesy stringy like a good lasagna or nice pizza. For novelty this is a fine QUICK stop if you are in the neighborhood.

  • S'MAC

    Posted by Scraps on 08/03/2006

    Where's the cheese?

    A group of us ventured over to S'mac with great anticipation of one of the best comfort foods. It's a fantastic concept, and I'm glad they created a niche place like S'mac, but as a cheese connoisseur, I was truly disappointed with the cheese (or lack of) in my mac & cheese. I expected the pasta to be floating in a pool of cheesy bechamel sauce, but instead it was barely cheesy and what little sauce was there was quite thin. I would give it another go as they just opened and they need to perfect their craft.

  • S'MAC

    Posted by S'macky the Frog on 08/02/2006

    Some critiques valid, but is great place

    Living 100 yds from the place I have been able to see the evolution of the place from opening until now. They opened to larger than expected crowds (around the block) and were unprepared, but things have calmed down. I am a vegetarian and have had several of their dishes. The "Cajun" (sans meat) is great, and I assume is even better with the meat. The "Garden" is great as is the "4 cheese". My favorite is the "Mozzarella" by far, tastes a lot like pizza. The "Manchego" does lack the bite of the manchego cheese I am used to, and you must like fennel, but it is good. The "All-american" is just that, but could use some more cheese. Basically anyone should be able to find something they will like and enjoy, and the staff (especially owner, Sarita) is friendly and attentive.

  • S'MAC

    Posted by CheezPleez on 08/01/2006

    Finally the true comfort food

    Went to this Mac n Cheese place in the East Village ... I can't say how long we've waited for something so awesome to open up ... it doesn't get better than this for us cheese fanatics. So here's the bottom line:- Food was great - cheesy, hot and a lot of varieties to pick from. Service was good - friendly, quick. The only thing I could do without was the wait, but I guess when you open a mac n cheese place everyone's gotta have some! We'll definitely go back again (and again and again).

  • S'MAC

    Posted by cheese lover on 07/26/2006

    Diddly S'Mac.

    It's a fantastic concept for sure, but the execution is way off. We stood in line for 40 minutes before getting to the counter to order (around 7pm, weekday). Once we ordered, we stood over other customers, breathing down their necks waiting to self-seat at one of a handful of tables. Unfortunately, our order came out before a table came up, so we were left standing and salivating over our $9 macs. They sent them back to the kitchen where I presume they were warmed while we stood for at least another 10 minutes until a table came up. Another pair asked to share our table when they saw the seating mess, and we agreed, because it seemed like the right thing to do, even though we would rather have not squished and shared our conversation. The (reheated) mac, was even more disappointing than the seating/ordering experience. The brie mac didn't taste like brie, and I seriously question whether there was even any brie in the dish. The cheese (whatever it was) was nonexistent. The mac was dry and tasteless--I would have preferred a box of Kraft. The macaroni (regular, not wheat) was really eggy and cheap tasting. Some cream, some cheese, some milk, something to make the mac feel like a real mac! The manchengo dish was more of the same: the cheese did not taste like the salty manchengo I'm used to, and it was pretty much non existent. For $2, we could have made the mac cheesier, but honestly, it should have had more than a teaspoon of cheese for $9. The salad was great, though dressing options are very limited (and packaged). The cast iron pans and pot holders were cute, too, but overall, it was a very disappointing experience for a mac and cheese lover. I would not go back.

  • S'MAC

    Posted by neighborhoodie on 07/22/2006

    S'mac down...

    My roomies and I were really hoping that this neighborhood joint would be a good addition to our take-out selection. though the service was pleasant, the food was less than stellar. maybe we shouldn't have opted for the whole wheat pasta when treating ourselves to mac n cheese, but there was something lacking in all of our dishes (the 4 cheese, lite, and all american)....cheese. the pasta itself seemed undercooked. we might give it another shot, and go for the regular mac.

  • S'MAC

    Posted by CatSm on 07/19/2006

    Cheesy Delight!!

    Ok so we've been hearing about this mac n cheese place in East Village and finally got to check it out ... it's awesome! The food was fabulous! We even got to speak with one of the owners, Sarita. Apparently they opened to a bigger than anticipated crowd and things were a bit overwhelming but everything is under control now and they have some great cooks on board. We ordered four different items in the smallest nosh size and my fav was the All American (dripping with cheese!) and the goat cheese one. I would definitely go back and recommend this place to all you cheese fans!

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