Mr Smiths brunch special was about $16 for 2 drinks (champagne, mimosa, bloody mary) and a item from their normal brunch menu (they had a page of specials when we went). The mimosa was ok, kinda of tasted like Tang mixed with champagne.
We both got the Brunch Burger poached or fried, atop the best tasting Hamburger in town, reclining gently on two English Muffins served with Homefries. Teddy got sunnyside up eggs and he enjoyed his. I got mine fried and I requested the yolks to be fully cooked. I also subbed out the breakfast potatoes for a side of curly fires. I wasn't a huge fan of this in general. It was just kind of a blah dish.
Side of curly fries. Teddy ate these but I thought the oil tasted old. They weren't your typical wonderful curly fries.
The garden seating however was wonderful.
The food here wasn't my favorite and the service was pretty crappy. The server was nice, but he was not on top of his game. He forgot about my curly fries after charging me extra to switch it out, my egg was really yolky (luckily I am getting over my fear of yolk so I was able to eat it) and things were just really slow in general. I wouldn't come back here to sit and eat but maybe for happy hour.
3104 M Street NW
The Canal....a very dry one.
Waterfront & view of the Kennedy Center
Felt creepy taking a picture of kids...but have you ever seen one of these being used for ice skating? All I had to support me when I learned to skate as a kid was the wall.
More of the waterfront