notably polite or polished in manner
"Inside the narrow dining room is a mix of rustic and urbane, with dish towels for napkins, brick walls hung with abstract paintings and light bulbs hooded by vaguely laboratorial shades." - Ligaya Mishan, New York Times, October 31, 2013
About the Word:
Would you rather be urbane or suave? Here's the difference: urbane typically suggests composed cultivation and wide social experience, while suave tends to emphasize smooth frictionless dealings.
Urbane and urban both come from the Latin urbanus, meaning "of the city; refined."