The Smith will offer breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch north of Madison Square Park by next fall.
We take the mystery out of Sunday brunch in this residential neighborhood.
Trendy Lincoln Center spot The Smith had to hire more staff to meet the high demand for oysters.
The neighborhood is exploding with places that want to attract a hip crowd and provide nightlife options.
The Smith rolled out a breakfast menu, in hopes of drawing locals for meetings.
The owners of The Smith say the new location is both sophisticated and like your favorite pair of jeans.
A tavern serving artisanal beer and fried pickles opened; Gourmet Garage is closing.
The Smith, on Third Avenue, and its sister restaurant Jane, on W. Houston Street, serve "Smith East Village Ale."
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