1454 W. 86th StIndianapolis, IN 46560(317) 876-0202Smee's Place
As you may have noticed, I have a new logo on Twitter and in the header of the blog. I would like to thank Billy Boese for his hard work in designing this for me. This blog post is somewhat of a dedication to him in that Smee's is located in our old neck of the woods. I have been going there since grade school. Without fail, everytime I have eaten there, I have seen someone I know. It is mostly just my friends' parents, but it is always nice to catch up with them. That said, it is not usually a place for people in their twenties. The clientele is generally families and adults. @rfschaffner had never eaten there before so we decided to stop in for dinner before we drove up to Chicago for the the weekend. The first thing he said was, "I think we are the only people in here under the age of 50." Truth be told, he was right. The hostess overheard and said, "I was thinking the same thing when you walked in, but we have really good food." We had to wait about 10 minutes to get a seat, and we got there around 6:30 on a Friday night. The service was great. The hostess was very nice, the wait staff was courteous and our food came out quickly. Back in high school, one of our friends was a waitress there and we would come in probably once a month to visit her and grab lunch or dinner. Some nights she would stop by my parent's house, as it was a regular hang out for my friends and i, after her shift and bring us loaded fries (an @ArtWalter favorite). I recommend these as an appetizer. They are loaded with jack, cheddar, bacon, and scallions. It is served with sour cream and ranch dressing. I know it is from a healthy option, but they are a good appetizer to share.
"When I EAt, it is the food that is scared." Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation