At The Smith, Lincoln Square, our private rooms can accommodate any type of occasion from corporate functions, rehearsal dinners, birthdays, holiday parties and baby showers. We are committed to making your event memorable and assisting you every step of the way.View Private Dining Details
Restaurant is too busy. Lively is fine, but this is just too many people jammed in to too small a space.
Menu seemed a little restrictive. Brussels too overdone. No Béarnaise sauce possible for steak.
Service was brilliant. Wine average for price.
First off, they actually READ your requests! Everyone was so friendly, and the manager even visited us to wish us a happy baby moon. It’s the little things that make a place and this place had it. And of course our brunch was excellent!
Very attentive, friendly service
I thought last Sunday at The Smith would be terrific. I've been to this location more times than I can count on my fingers and toes, and at all hours of the day and night. This time, however, I was very disappointed.
My reservation was made days in advance and the maître d sat us in the back room, all the way at the end next to where the servers put in orders. An effort was made multiple times to catch the attention of our server.
The noise was louder than I have ever encountered. My guests — who were visiting from out of town — were rattled.
Background music on top of generally loud noise level detracted from an otherwise great meal and siesta excellent service.
Crowded but well managed. Very accommodating with my celiac disease. I would go again before Lincoln Center event
Noise level approaches chaos. Food good but not enough wait staff. Avoid at all cost late Sunday afternoon. Should do something to abate noise with better acoustics.
The service was really good and friendly. Food was very good comfort food with some twists. Save room for dessert.
Was lucky to get a last minute reservation on a Sunday morning. We were seated right away, service from front of house to our servers was impeccable. It is quite loud, so if you're not a big crowds person, this isn't the place for you on a Sunday brunch mission. However, if you can chat away and want to eat the most divine brunch and sip a little champagne, you will not be disappointed!
Service after ballet was erratic. Main complaint: wine rationing. Wanted a carafe of sav blanc. “Most I can do is a glass. We are running out. Do you have a backup?” Really? On a Friday night at the start of a holiday weekend at 1030? No, I don’t like Italian sav Blanc (the only comparable bottle on offer) or South Africa chenin blanc (twice the carafe price @86). Was not trying to be cheap. The single glass of House SB the squeezes out for us was just fine and we wanted a good time and would’ve chosen another carafe or something bottled if the selection had been wider. We tried this place because one is opening 250 feet from our DC house on U street. Have serious second thoughts about embracing that one now. Supreme burger was excellent though. Service uneven overall.