FOOD

SMITH is a neighborhood restaurant and pub serving simple, hearty food.  We pride ourselves on serving seasonal menus, utilizing sustainable practices and sourcing ingredients locally and organically as much as possible.

 

DINNER MENU

BRUNCH MENU

BAR

Our bar serves classic and modern cocktails alongside an exceptional array of beers, housemade tonic, and rotating craft cocktails on tap.  Our drinks are made from a hand-picked selection of the finest spirits and ingredients around.

 

HAPPY HOUR MENU 

Happy Hours
Daily: 4pm – 6pm
Saturday – Thursday: 11pm – Close

PARTIES

Our communal tables accommodate groups up to 20 (we accept reservations for parties of 8 or more).

Large parties are kindly asked to adhere to the number of the party reserved, please call the restaurant as soon as there are any changes.

If you wish to make a reservation please send an email to info@smithseattle.com or call (206) 709-1900 with the date, requested time, party size, name and a phone number.

CONTACT

Smith Seattle
332 15th Ave E.
Seattle, WA 98112
(206) 709-1900
info@smithseattle.com

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 4pm – Close
Saturday & Sunday: 10am – Close

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PRESS

“A cocktail renaissance.”
      Seattle Times | March 2014
“Best Bloody Mary.”
      Seattle Mag | December 2013
“The bombest fried chicken in Seattle.”
      Capitol Hill Seattle | December 2013
“A perfect burger for soaking up craft cocktails.”
      Seattle Met | July 2013
“A sweet spot away from the tourists.”
      AFAR | June 2013
“The adorable and approachable barkeep.”
      Seattle Eater | May 2013
“The most sure-handed link in booze.”
      Seattle Met | March 2013

“Setting herself apart from a common name.”
      Thrillist | February 2013
“A poutine with heart.”
      City Arts | September 2012
“Drinks with character.”
      Mutineer Magazine | April 2012
“Quintessential destination for hair of the dog.”
      Seattle Met | September 2011
“Someone just stole the bobcat.”
      Seattle Eater | Aug 2011
“It’s like a savory bomb in your stomach.”
      Seattle Met | September 2011
“Comfort food that reminds us of home.”
      Hey Pretty Thing | August 2011
“Poutine takes center stage.”
      Playboy | August 2010
“Smith brings out the Annie Oakley in me.”
      The Seattle Times | May 2008
“People watching and an innovative menu.”
      Where Magazine | October 2007
“Plenty of good beer, food and taxidermy.”
      Seattle Magazine | September 2006