The Smile

26 Bond St. New YorkNY10012
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Tucked away in a landmarked 1830s townhouse on picturesque Bond Street, The Smile is the perfect setting for delicious food in a relaxed and cozy atmosphere. The Smile's American/Mediterranean menu is seasonally focused and designed by executive chef and former art world caterer, Melia Marden. While popular with the lunch and coffee crowd, "the dimly lit, wood-ceilinged space feels even more...
by mapquest on August 14, 2015 from mapquest

Tips

The Extras: Stop by for knitting class on Sundays from 3pm to 6pm.
by ezlocal on July 03, 2012 from ezlocal
Know Before You Go: The pickles that come with every sandwich are homemade.
by ezlocal on July 03, 2012 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

"Hipsters abound" at this "sweet" little NoHo nook (and its SoHo take-out satellite) that flies a bit under the radar with its "charming", "rustic" basement locale and "basic" Med bites; by day, it's an "ideal" stop for coffee, and if the staff can be "spacey", at least they "always smile."
by zagat on January 13, 2014 from zagat
Subterranean and almost hidden, the Smile will turn your frown upside down if you like hipsters, celebrities, and, most especially, hipster celebrities. Lounge among the fashionably conscious clientele (who are trying oh so hard to not look that way) and munch on breakfast-y items (breakfast is served until 4:30 pm) like chunky granola, giant sandwiches, or spaghetti with heirloom tomato sauce....
by fodors on September 01, 2012 from fodors
About as cozy as sceney gets. Basement space decked out with café chairs, weathered wood planks, exposed brick. Earnest Sewn bloodlines visible in rustic/industrial look, light mercantile offerings. Afternoons good for blathering away about latest pop-up gallery concept over a Plowshares cappuccino. Stick around for Nouveau American entrées: Moroccan lamb meatballs, parchment-baked cod, roast...
by blackbookmag on August 19, 2011 from blackbookmag
Citysearch Editorial Review:
This rustic Noho nook takes multi-purpose to the next level. The 2,200-square-foot bi-level space offers guests the chance to drink (alcohol or espresso), nibble on sandwiches (from the eclectic...
by by Melanie Berliet at Citysearch on September 03, 2009 from Citysearch

Information from the business

A cozy, subterranean café on picturesque Bond Street in Downtown Manhattan. Located in a landmark 1830s Federal-style townhouse, the café is firmly rooted in the local community and serves as a clubhouse of sorts serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
by foursquare on December 06, 2016 from foursquare