Went to Atlas theater and came across this bar and restaurant. Gin and tonics in Happy hour was great. Good was superb! Butter chicken amazing. Went back following night and equally as good. Service and welcoming was faultless. Thanks
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We chose Smith Commons due to its proximity to the Atlas Theater and the street car. Unfortunately, the experience left us wanting more. We went on a Thursday night and took advantage of the discounted happy hour prices on beer, cider and starters. We split...More
Excellent experience overall. Our dinner was prepared with care, while was nothing really special, but didn't feel like we could get it just anywhere else, which is a feeling I often have. Service was attentive and professional, environment was attractive.
We found this place via Groupon, and went during restaurant week (a program of prix fixe menus at various local restaurants where you select a three course meal for a discounted price). It was a bit of a hike from the Capitol Hill area -...More
Meal was delicious, different & presented as a gourmet dish. Laid back atmosphere & a pleasant surprise. Definitely off the beaten path & Uber was our way of getting there & back to our starting point. Enjoy!
We were very much impressed by the quality of the food. We selected the Butternut Squash Ravioli made with Curry, Coconut Sauce, Cauliflower, and Fried Chickpeas. It was delightful! We also had the Beet Caesar Salad with roasted and pickled beet, Rhubarb, Arugula, Cherry Glenn...More
This was my first time at Smith Commons, and I'd heard great things about it. I ate there on a quiet Friday evening long before it got busy. The first thing I noticed as that the dining area smelled a bit funny and there many...More