Smoked is the newest restaurant + microbrewery heating up Main St.

A trip of cocktails lined up on a white bar.
Smoked’s handcrafted cocktails are just as pretty to look at as they are delicious to sip on | Photo via Smoked’s Facebook page

In case you missed itSmoked (1643 Main St.) is now open for dinner, lunch + brunch. Housed in a reimagined 19th century mercantile in Columbia’s Main Street District, Smoked provides a uniquely crafted experience that combines the character of a high-end oyster bar with the flavors of an artisanal smokehouse.

Want to try it out? Pop in Mon.-Fri. for:

  • Lunch from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • A drink (at the bar) from 4:30-6 p.m.
  • Dinner from 6-11 p.m.

If you’re hoping to dine on the weekend, stop by for:

  • Brunch from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • A drink (at the bar) from 2-6 p.m.
  • Dinner from 6-11 p.m.

Pro tip: Reservations are not required, but highly suggested. 

Our dish on the dishes:

Smoked brings new flair to classic Southern dishes (unless your granny was already getting fancy with whipped brie and fresh lobster in her deviled eggs). Get ready for a culinary treat ft. flavors of land + sea with dishes like the char-grilled Smoked Signature Oysters (add price here) topped with smoked pork and vinegar-based barbecue,the Seafood Towers (add price), Ribeye Steak Flight (price) + more.

Smoked brings new flair to classic Southern dishes | Photo provided

Going for weekend brunch? Choose from brunch plates like duck confit French toast, lobster eggs brioche or the chicken + waffle stack served with ice cream. Is your mouth watering yet?

The chicken + waffle stack is served with ice cream | Photo provided

Let’s talk libations:

Smoked struck gold with its handcrafted cocktails that are just as pretty to look at as they are delicious to sip on. Each cocktail is made with fresh, heirloom ingredients, including cold-pressed citrus juices from Good Life Café.

Grab a seat at the oyster bar to watch the shuckers do their thing + sneak a peek inside the in-house microbrewery | Photo via Smoked’s Facebook page

Our suggestion? Order ahead to try the 1643 Punch Bowl which serves 4+. This concoction requires a full day of brewing + infusing, so it is only available with reservations.

Calling all beer lovers: The microbrews are crafted in-house by Peak Drift Brewing Company, aka the 64,000 sq ft. brewery opening next year. Pick from IPAs, ambers, and sours — oh my.

Private events:

Hosting a holiday party this season? The private dining areas at Smoked can accommodate large groups for both cocktails + seated dining during brunch, lunch, and dinner. 

See the space in action during Smoked’s first ticketed public event – Glitter and Gold New Year’s Eve Party.

With broad, expansive spaces, beautiful decor + a decadent menu, Smoked is a great option to host birthdays, engagement celebrations, reunions, bar mitzvahs, or holiday parties. Learn more + book the space on their website.*