SmileÂ ToÂ GoÂ Flatiron
atÂ FreehandÂ New York
Today, Matt Kliegman, Carlos Quirarte and chef Melia Marden bringÂ SmileÂ ToÂ GoÂ to the newÂ FreehandÂ Hotel inÂ Flatiron.Â TheÂ openingÂ marks the largest location ofÂ SmileÂ ToÂ GoÂ with a 50-seat cafe designed by Roman and Williams serving wholesome and seasonal Mediterranean-inspired fare alongside a selection ofÂ baked goods. The all-dayÂ cafe offers counter service as well as the vibrant takeaway and catering options for whichÂ SmileÂ ToÂ GoÂ is so beloved.Â SmileÂ ToÂ GoÂ Flatiron opens withÂ breakfastÂ andÂ lunch to start with dinner andÂ weekend brunch to follow.
ON THE MENU
With a new location comes a new menu. Chef Melia Marden is debuting several exclusive offerings, both savoryÂ andÂ sweet. For breakfast,Â Moroccan PancakesÂ are servedÂ with pistachio honey, rhubarb compoteÂ and housemade ricottaÂ along withÂ made-to-order egg sandwichesÂ on Black Seed Bagels. A daily rotating selection ofÂ SmileÂ ToÂ Go‘s seasonal market saladsÂ andÂ sandwiches are available for lunch, and dinner draws inspiration from Meliaâ€™s Greek heritage with dishes such asÂ moussakaÂ andÂ lamb keftedes with tzatiki.Â Like its sister SohoÂ andÂ Dumbo locations, Flatiron features a robust pastry case includingÂ housemade strawberry pop tarts, gluten-free oreos, rhubarb blondiesÂ and a savoryÂ lemon, thyme and goat cheese cookie, all making their debut at the new location.Â AÂ SmileÂ ToÂ GoÂ first, theyâ€™llÂ also offer a full wine, beerÂ andÂ cocktail list includingÂ frozen negronisÂ andÂ hibiscus margaritas.
POD FOR THE PEOPLE
SmileÂ ToÂ GoÂ Flatiron is home toÂ SmileRadio.FM, a 350-square-foot podcast studio and radio broadcast booth also designed by Roman & Williams and outfitted with turntables and headphones by Shinola Detroit.Â Theyâ€™ll be tapping past and present team members and friends to produce podcasts covering a range of themes, such as music and art.Â
MondayÂ toÂ FridayÂ 7am-7pm
SaturdayÂ +Â SundayÂ 8am-7pm