Anita Rosamond makes the whole world smile with you once a month on Saturday afternoon at one of Chesterfield's best kept secrets.
Smitty's, near the corner of Clayton and Baxter roads, is the standing-room-only site where you can see, hear and touch live music in the suburbs. No cover charge.
during Rosamond's wing-dings. The food is good, and affordable. Servers are very, very nice.
Rosamond plays the piano, but is really an good singer, entertainer, and personality charmer who gets the crowd pumped to classics, love songs, fun music.
And she's cute as can be.
It all lasts about three hourse, with Rosamond pulling in other local singers for several tunes—and they are good singers...not someone who thinks they sound good in the shower.
Smitty is a real person, who is often around the business, and strikes up friendship with community members.
Ballwin's Ann Wagner, the Republican nominee for U.S. Congress from our area, told Chesterfield Patch this Spring that Smitty's is her kitchen.
Wagner lives nearby, and what with her busy campaign schedule, civic involvment, and Smitty's good food at good prices—not to mention the congenial atmosphere—she and the hubby stop in for dinner more nights a week than not.
Check out Smitty's dinner specials every night, Rosamond's singing on a Saturday, people-watching, the air-conditioning—it's worth a trip.
It my new office, because who doesn't want to walk into "Cheers"?