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First off we loved seeing Gary Bartz play live - a jazz legend and an awesome set. Second the location is excellent and there is a lovely ambiance and decor to the place. But I can only give this 3 stars for the following reasons....More
My wife and I visited Smoke and saw the wonderful Lezlie Harrison Quartet. The music was superb, the atmosphere was welcoming and the food good.
Our waitress Sarah was very warm, very helpful and very efficient. Our fellow diners when they knew we were from...More
We celebrated a birthday with a group of four on Monday night of restaurant week. We had to book an early 6:00 seating, providing the advantage of first choice of tables, so we chose a nice 4-top by the window, not as tight as most...More
We went just before Xmas and had to book. They had more than one sitting for meals, so we sat down at 7 and had to leave at 9 or 9.30...I forget. The place was very busy and we were tightly packed for eating....A long...More
I've been to Smoke many times over the years. If you like jazz, you''l like Smoke. It's conveniently located so you don't have transportation issues. The drinks are generous and well made. Although it gets pretty crowded, service is excellent and attentive.
Small intimate jazz bar. Very good music (40 per person), good food, average quality drinks. The fried calamari were very good and so was the something-flower martini; however just two of these gave me a very bad hangover. Fair prices for upper west Manhattan
We didn't book and arrived for the 10.30 pm session on a Thursday nite 17/7/15. Sat. Close to stage and had already eaten so had drinks only.There is a min spend 20 per head plus music charge per head so bill can mount up quite...More
Dinner was surprising good - fried chicken excellent. Music was top notch. We saw the Mike LeDonne organ quartet on a Tuesday night. We wanted to stay but next set was sold out. Glad we got tix a week in advance.
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