Here are a couple big names in fine dining. The Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group operates about 10 upscale steakhouses around the country under the iconic Smith & Wollensky name. Based on the original location opened in New York in 1977, the restaurants offer prime grade beef, as well as lamb, veal, and seafood dishes, along with an extensive wine list. Some locations also feature a Wollensky’s Grill that serves smaller portioned meals at a lower price. Smith & Wollensky is owned by Project Grill, an investment vehicle controlled by restaurateurs Nick Valenti and Joachim Splichial (Patina Restaurant Group).
Smith & Wollensky
260 Franklin Street, Boston, MA 2110
CategoryRestaurants & Cafes
Smith & Wollensky has made substantial progress in reducing its environmental footprint. They have implemented energy-efficient lighting and HVAC systems, as well as environmentally friendly cooking equipment, to lower energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in their restaurants. The company is committed to sourcing high-quality, sustainable ingredients. They prioritize partnerships with suppliers who adhere to ethical and environmentally responsible farming and fishing practices, ensuring the sustainability of their steak and seafood offerings.