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The Smith

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  • American (Traditional)
  • 956 2nd Ave, New York NY10022 40.755514 -73.968383
  • (Btwn 50th & 51st St)
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  • (212) 644-2700
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User Ratings (Based on 11 reviews)

3.935
Food 4.1 Value 3.7
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 4.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 644-2700
Website:
www.thesmithnyc.com
Place Order:
Order From The Smith for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards Delivery Hours Mon-Fri: 11:30am-4pm
Hours:
Mon-Wed: 7:30am-12am Thu-Fri: 7:30am-1am Sat: 10am-1am Sun: 10am-12am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Raw Bar, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
12.00
Delivery Area:
44th to 58th St; 1st to Park Ave

User Reviews

  • The Smith

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/15/2011

    Pretty good

    Nice addition to the neighborhood. the food was great, and so was the service, which was a pleasant surprise. however, they need to finesse their reservations. i made a reservation on opentable and still had to wait 25 minutes (though when I checked in, she said 5 minutes). also, the place is crazy loud... i think there are too many hard services. i was almost yelling to have a normal conversation.

  • The Smith

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/06/2011

    One of my favorite restaurants moves uptown

    Couldnt disagree with the previous review more. They brought everything I love about the original smith to the new Midtown location. Service was great, Food was excellent, and I love the big open space!

  • The Smith

    Posted by Rob from Manhattan on 11/04/2011

    I prefer the downtown location, but this is a welcome addition to the nieghborhood

    My wife and I have been to The Smith's downtown location a solid 15 times (At this point, we've both had birthday dinners there). The midtown version is very similar, though not the same vibe. It feels a bit more afterwork/happy hour, and a lot less East Village. The food, as always, is excellent, and we have pretty much enjoyed everything on the menu. I think they have the best NY Strip in the city for the money. A word to the wise for fans of the village location's bacon cheeseburger- it is not the same. They've changed the burger; it's definitely way smaller. This location is really, really loud by the bar; so if you are trying to have dinner conversation, get a table in the rear. As with its sister location, you will never be taken on time for your reservation, so just accept the extra 10-15 minute wait. I guess the difference between the locations is more the crowd than the restaurant itself. We will still continue to go come here, as it’s right around the corner from our apartment.

  • The Smith

    Posted by charmedlife on 10/21/2011

    Brand new with a lot to learn...

    My friend and I went for dinner the 3rd night they were open for business. The waiter could not have been lovelier. My mussel dish was very spicy (not in the description) and MANY were unopened. They did not charge me for the entree. The drinks (cocktails) appeared not to have any liquor in them and arrived VERY slowly. (The bar's fault...not the waiter's, or so I was told.) My friend's Ahi Tuna Salad looked and tasted as if it came out of a bag. Perhaps that is why there was a ton of dressing on it? When the Bus Boy delivered the salad, his thumb was in it. Would that affect the flavor or your mood or perhaps both?The Bus Boy(s ) came over time and again to remove plates that were not ready to be removed. The physical plant is attractive; white tile and wood. If you are looking for quiet and cozy, this not the place for you. I can imagine the bar 5 deep with lots of 20 and 30 somethings having the time of their life. I would limit my alcohol intake to wine and beer or watch the bartender as he mixes your drink...I always thought cocktail implied liquor was present....

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