My wife and I have been going to Smithville for years now. We always make a stop at the Smithville Inn! The history of it is interesting and the food is great. It's is great to go to during the fall and winter! I'd make...More
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This restaurant was PHENOMENAL. I cannot say enough about this restaurant. To start, MIKE, our waiter was amazing. He made great suggestions, was vey attentive, cracked jokes, and I wish more waiters were like him. Then there was the food. TO DIE FOR. We stared...More
First, the Baremore Bar is nice, and the restaurant is spacious with a good view. Service was average, as server never came back over to see how entrees were. After dinner, a manager came over, asked how everything was, let him know filet was overcooked....More
The Smithsville Inn and surrounding area is overall a historical complex with shops places to eat drink and shop. Pretty cool just to walk around. It's basically a medium sized historical village. Went for a wedding at the Smithsville Inn and it was excellent. The...More
We visited on a Friday night. My wife had the lobster special with baked potato and corn on the cob. The lobster was a good 1-1/2 lb+, the corn on the cob was Jersey fresh. I had a bacon wrapped filet which was bland and...More
My wife and I went here during the July 4th long weekend based on the recommendation of a woman my wife befriended at our hotel. The restaurant is a converted Inn dating back over 200 years. It makes for an intimate setting allowing for a...More
We really enjoyed our dinner and drinks. All very reasonably priced for the quality. The rack of lamb and rockfish were both excellent. Ambience perfect. Long Island iced teas the best! Mussel appetizer was delish as well. Can't wait to return.
Hadn't eaten here for over 40 years...what took us so long? Service was attentive, atmosphere was casually elegant and relaxing, food was attractively presented, well composed and very flavorful. Wine, beer and cocktails were enjoyed...just a fabulous experience!