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SmithHouse Tap & Grill

Los Angeles, CA
10351 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles, CA, 90025
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  • Ben Irving 180 days ago

    This place has really good food and a nice atmosphere. The menu is great and there are plenty of gluten free and vegan options if you have a good allergy or preference. The alcohol selection is also great if you are looking to have a good selection with your meal. Whenever we have been there, it has not been crowded but the service has not been great. The staff is very nice but not attentive. Whenever I looked around they were all hanging out joking around instead of asking if we needed anything or refilling water etc. This is why I can only award it 4 stars. This would not deter me from going there again but it is something to be aware of.

  • Natasa Cobar 212 days ago

    The service îs very good. The food îs not bad. They offer valet parking for $5 with validation. If you are into sports bars... this might be your place... Beer selection is decent... could be a tad cheaper.

  • Antoine Leroux 255 days ago

    Great service and perfect for sports games. The food has gotten down past couple months though... Not as good as before unfortunately.

  • Jim Z 258 days ago

    Food is good. Many draft beers on tap. Tv's around the bar to watch. Pay to park in garage or on street. Some staff are friendly and helpful; others make you feel like you're bothering them.

  • R Feyman 316 days ago

    As someone who travels a fair bit, I cannot emphasize enough how poor the food scene is in Los Angeles, California. There are small towns that do a better job and have a greater variety of food. In LA terms this restaurant is quite good and we went to this restaurant several times over the summer. The burgers are delicious, and the wine/beer list is quite complete with many high quality choices. They offer many unique and highly rated craft beers. During one of our visits I tried out their ribs and in LA terms I would give them a 5 out of 5 and nationwide about a 3 out of 5. Unfortunately, no one in Los Angeles has figured out how to properly slow cook ribs/brisket. In terms of service, everyone was kind and prompt - no complaints. Overall this is one of the better places to eat in Los Angeles.

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