Live Piano Performances Every Thursday at B. Smith's
Courtesy of B. Smiths | 7/30/2010, 1:26 p.m.
Concerts will Feature Gary Rowe
B. Smith's is pleased to announce the addition of live piano offerings to jumpstart the jazz weekend performances at the historic Union Station restaurant. Beginning on July 29, every Thursday evening from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, one of D.C.'s most esteemed pianists, Gary Rowe, will be on hand to add a smooth melody to the crisp southern flavors of B. Smith's in the district.
A pianist, composer, recording artist and teacher, Rowe is a force in the local music world. Playing in some of the finest restaurants and hotels including The Four Seasons, The Ritz Carlton, Le Jardinaire and the Cypress Club, Rowe's eclectic experience and repertoire is sure to please the city's diverse dinner guests.
Rowe's stylings will play the perfect duet with B. Smith's Southern home-style offerings and be the perfect kick-off to a weekend full of great music and food. Dinner favorites include Crescent City Gumbo, Lemon Pepper Catfish and Shrimp and Grits. Signature desserts like Bourbon Street Bread Pudding or Sweet Potato Pie are perfect accompaniments to a sweet summer night.
B.Smith's is open Monday through Thursday 11:30am to 9:00pm, Friday and Saturday 11:30am to 10:00pm and Sunday from 11:00am - 9:00pm, with the last brunch seating at 4:30pm. For more information please contact Christina Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 417-2702. For a full menu, directions, or to make a reservation visit www.bsmith.com or call (202) 289-6188.
B. Smith's Restaurant has been serving award-winning Cajun, Creole, and Southern cuisine to Washington D.C. residents and visitors alike since 1994. Located in Union Station's historic President's Suite, the restaurant's main dining room features elegant chandeliers and 30-foot ceilings, and historic art from an era when the space was used to entertain U.S. presidents as they travelled in and out of the city by train. Just blocks from the Capital, B. Smith's has long served as a gathering place for the city's movers and shakers, and anyone looking to relax and have a good time.