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SMASH Kitchen & Bar

804 Town Blvd. (Peachtree Rd.) Send to Phone
SMASH draws from the fresh and simple American culinary tradition.
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Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.

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SMASH Kitchen & Bar Restaurant Review

: Part of Tom Catherall’s Here to Serve restaurant group, SMASH, with John McGarry running the kitchen, offers the classics of American and Southern cuisine. Among the openers is a plate of deviled eggs, rapidly becoming the "de rigueur" dish for chefs eager to make a regional statement. This version is done with pimento cheese, bacon and house-made pickles --- a bit of a flavor overload. The "Southern fry" of seafood is enough to share or to serve as a small entrée, a duty the crab cake also could perform (at brunch, it acts as the basis of a rich Benedict). Flatbreads baked in a wood-fired oven get an Italian twist --- try the margherita for the purest taste. Mains include a straightforward and very good fried chicken, or you could ask about steaks and chops that are only hinted at on the menu. For dessert, go for the cobbler, although all are made in-house. The wine list is serviceable if not exciting, but we recommend starting brunch with a very fine mimosa.

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