Saul's Smith St. continues to evoke fond memories in my
book, my wife and I went there to celebrate our daughter's promotion. As typical of restaurants in that area, you enter through the mysterious curtain(lack of double doors in Winter) and discover a small tastefully appointed space with banquettes and tables. lighting is not overly dim, there is a tiny bar, and soft jazz plays.The staff is attentive but not pushy; but the special
stars here are the chefs. I had a wonderful succulent
rack of lamb perfectly prepared, accompanied by garlic
mashed potatoes. Sauces are light to the touch. The wine choices are superb. A place for that festive occasion.
moderately pricey but well worth the $$.