The four hottest restaurants in Dallas: SMITHY
Located in the Knox-Henderson neighborhood, Smithy opened for dinner service in April 2018 and now also serves up lunch and happy hour. Smithy’s ‘unique eats’ menu features American, Asian, French and Mexican-style cuisine.
— Simpson Housing
Smithy not commonplace
Development that honors and preserves Dallas’ history isn’t standard operating procedure in this city. That makes the care and nurturing of historic sites like The Woolworth downtown and Smithy in East Dallas even more endearing. Especially when the effort includes top notch drink and food menus.
— Dotty Griffith
Hip Knox-Henderson openings surround this luxe rental community
We’re only a little more than halfway through 2018, but already Knox-Henderson has undergone some major changes. Even better: each one of those changes has made the already cool neighborhood even cooler, and there’s more on the horizon.
— CultureMap Create
Smithy on Henderson avenue
Knox-Henderson serves as a hub for some of Dallas’s most interesting bars, dives, and restaurant concepts. At Smithy, KH’s most recent addition, guest’s can enjoy a variety of globally inspired plates and cocktails, on all of which Smithy puts a delightful southern spin.
— Steven Doyle
A breakfast and brunch spot bringing modern American fare to Knox-Henderson
The eatery offers a variety of dining options, including wings, nachos, soba bowls, zoodles, salads and more. Its drink menu includes cocktails, like Lost At Sea, That’s My Jam, The Healer and others, along with options for beer, wine and champagne.
Cool cocktail haven opens up in a former ironwork shop
Henderson Avenue’s Newest Hotspot Brings Instant Patio Cred and Global Food
— Natalie Gempel
Henderson avenue’s newest restaurant arrives today
Smithy will serve ahi tuna noodle bowls, steak, and fresh fish in a completely redesigned space.
— Alaena Hostetter
Now Open on Henderson: Smithy, With 'Global Influences' and Spirit-Forward Cocktails
What is Smithy, exactly? Much like just about every restaurant opening right now, its mission statement is ambiguous but filled with trendy buzzwords like “shareable,” “crafted” and “progressive.”
— Beth Rankin
Smithy Opens Tonight on Henderson Avenue
The restaurant and bar from the team behind The Woolworth calls the old Hibiscus space home.
— Catherine Downes