Smith & Mills

American, Cocktail, Bar
$ $
71 N Moore St (btw Greenwich & Hudson)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 226-2515
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 3:00am
11:00am - 3:00am
11:00am - 3:00am
11:00am - 2:00am



  • be sure to check out the bathroom while you're here, it's incredible.
  • If you love ginger, order up their Dark & Stormy and make-out with your glass.
  • Smith & Mills is one of my favorite places in the city. Better to go earlier in the evening (or on a weekend or on an off-night). Otherwise, the tiny spot is packed+loses charm
  • Check out the bathroom, made out of a turn-of-the-century elevator with a flip-down sink from a Depression-era railway car.
  • Tiny but cute. Must use the bathroom/former elevator. Awesome factoid: the kitchen is made of two hotplates behind the bar and food looks impressive!
  • check out the Tim Burton-esque bathroom
  • the burger rocks. you can smell the quality of the meat whenever they put one on, and it delivers. get it.
  • 4 things to know: 1) order a Dark & Stormy 2) look around, conduits and other underground pieces are part of the charm 3) bathroom is an old elevator 4) go early or late. Peak times = bad experience
  • Get a dark and stormy
  • Plow through their delicious cocktails so you have an excuse to visit the bathroom.
  • Tiny little hole in the Tribeca wall, with flashbulbs dancing outside with someone mega-famous walking by. Good manhattan, too.
  • I would come here just for the burrata. It's that good. The cocktails are great, too.
  • Sit on the single chair to the right of the bar and feel AC on a hot day like you've never felt it before!
  • A rustic-chic gem of cocktail bar not much larger than a jewel box. Order a Negroni, and dont be surprised if Robert DeNiro or Bradley Cooper wander in off for a night cap (001 212 226 2515).
  • The sweet corn is amazing
  • Drinks and grub are great here, with a continental beer/wine list, tried and true cocktails, and plates like hungarian meatballs and mussels steamed in white wine.
  • Knocked back a gingery dark and stormy and commented on the bartenders pristine mustache.
  • Tiniest mightiest kitchen alive. Get the lobster poached eggs with avocado toast.
  • Lunch lobster poached eggs are divine.
  • Restaurateur Matt Abramcyks cubbyhole hideout in a former seafarers inn serves retro cocktails and comfort food (meatballs; house-pickled vegetables).

Nearby places

377 Greenwich St (at N Moore St)
25 N Moore St (at Varick)
120 Hudson St (btwn Franklin & Moore St)