New York, NY 10012
- New American
- Sun, Sat 11am-12am, Mon-Fri 12pm-12am
- All Major Credit Cards
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible
- Brunch, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
- Full bar
- Recommended, Accepted
- No Parking
Village Voice's Description
A worthy addition to the haute barnyard genre, Hundred Acres tends to be more affordable than its brethren, serving countrified, farmhouse-chic plates that are pleasingly straightforward, unpretentious, and generously portioned. The menu will change seasonally, natch. Recently, we loved tongue-tea sandwiches, much heartier than the "tea" designation implies, featuring thinly sliced whole-grain bread spread thickly with butter and piled high with garnet rounds of tongue. A main dish of sauteed calf liver
topped with a tumble of pickled sweet cherries was genius. Grilled bluefish was also enjoyable, garnished with a slick of rust-orange paprika aioli, and sided with a vinegary, crunchy little carrot-cucumber salad.
Tips from foursquare
Good brunch spot in Soho. Nice space and great bloodies.
Sit at the bar, or a table, drink and eat any of the seasonal fare, but whatever you do-- get the bread pudding w/cajeta icecream.
Jane Krakowski can be found on 30 Rock and at Hundred Acres (from the owners of Five Points). 10-4.
The perfect brunch spot in the heart of Soho! Stylish and airy interior and excellent food. Try the heavenly goat cheese-sage bread pudding and poached eggs with wilted spinach and lemon butter.
Despite finding plastic in my burger, I'd still come back. So good.
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