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  • American (Traditional)
  • 55 3rd Ave, New York NY10003 40.73108 -73.988607
  • (Btwn 10th & 11th St)
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  • (212) 420-9800
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User Ratings (Based on 86 reviews)

3.975
Food 4.0 Value 3.7
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 420-9800
Website:
www.thesmithnyc.com
Place Order:
Order From The Smith for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Mon-Wed: 8am-12am Thu-Fri: 8am-1am Sat: 10am-1am Sun: 10am-12am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Raw Bar, Bar Scene, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
Houston to 23rd St; Ave B to Broadway

User Reviews

  • The Smith

    Posted by anonymous on 05/14/2009

    Great all around

    I've come to this spot for a number of different occasions and have been plesantly surprised each time. The food is good, staff is attentive and the managment team is curtious and to be honest...very good looking!

  • The Smith

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/29/2009

    great burgers

    Happened to come here after a movie for beers and ended up staying for burgers. The place is loud, even at a table open to the street, but the service and the food more than made up for it. Very friendly and efficient service, and the best burger I've had in the city (I opted out of the cheese that comes with it). And the best arugula salad I've had, come to think of it. Highly recommend it!

  • The Smith

    Posted by KTray on 03/24/2009

    Delicious

    Delicious cheeseburgers and a great selection of beers. Cool atmosphere, and a photo booth downstairs. I would recommend this place to anyone.

  • The Smith

    Posted by Gab on 03/09/2009

    Amazing Customer Service

    I ordered delivery from here last week and after about 45 minutes called back to find out what happened to it. Turns out, the phone guy took my address down wrong so the delivery guy had come back to the restaurant. They immediately sent him back out with my order-plus they gave me free fries & cookies! I hadn't even complained or asked for something extra. in my view, that is the definition of great customer service! As for the food, it was very good despite being cold due to the delivery circumstances.

  • The Smith

    Posted by Bigeater on 02/12/2009

    great spot!

    Ate here last night with 2 friends, glad I had made resos b/c the place was packed. Was a little loud, but the food more than made up for it! Everything we ordered was awesome, but the brussel sprouts were our favorite! Will def be back.

  • The Smith

    Posted by yummytummy on 02/06/2009

    Breakfast!!!

    I have been to The Smith for Brunch my fare share. I love the grub here. Straight forward food, happening scene, friendly staff. I was very excited to learn they serve breakfast. There are no good breakfast places in the East Village so this is a huge find. They serve most of their brunch things during the week and its cheaper. Yum yum tum tum! I love the fontina omelette, fries instead of potatoes, frothy cap and my New York Times. Peace.

  • The Smith

    Posted by Restaurant Patrol on 01/23/2009

    Best Mac 'n Cheese

    stumbled on this place last night after a movie across the street. Place was very busy even at 10pm on a Thursday night. We were greeted and sat right away by a friendly hostess, the waitress approached us almost immediatly and was very informative and pleasant. Mac 'n Cheese appetizer we shared was probably the best I've ever had in this city (not kidding). The bread in a bag thing is kind of annoying but hey...the complimentary sparkling water (or flat) was a treat. I had the Lamb Schnitzel which was delicious but I agree with the other reviewer regardig the lemon-mayo underneath (a wee bit weird if you ask me) my partner had the chicken pot pie which he said the crust was good but the sauce the pot pie was made with was dark and kind of different. For sides we shared the tempura battered green beans and the carmelized brussel sprouts. Both very good - we skipped dessert but had a third grey goose martini each, made extra dry as requested (some bartenders just don't understand what that means - too much vermouth can kill a martini!) at $14.00 a pop that seemed high considering the other prices of the menu. All in all I would go back again if I find myself back in the neighborhood.

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