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Hundred Acres

Hundred Acres Details

  • Dining Style: Casual Dining
  • Website: http://www.hundredacresnyc.com
  • Phone: (212) 475-7500
  • Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday noon to 11pm
    Saturday and Sunday brunch 10:30am to 3pm
    Saturday dinner 5:30pm to 11pm
    Sunday dinner 5:30pm to 10pm
  • Payment Options: AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
  • Cuisine: American
  • Executive Chef: Chester Gerl
  • Dress Code: Casual Dress
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
  • Private Party Facilities: We offer private and semi-private dining for up to 100 guests for a sit down dinner.
  • Private Party Contact: Molly Cohen (212) 475-7500

Getting there

  • Cross Street: Prince and 6th
  • Public Transit: B, D, Q, F to West 4th.
    A, C, E
  • Parking: Street Parking
  • Parking Details: Also public lots nearby.
A word from Hundred Acres
Located in the heart of SoHo, Hundred Acres offers a welcome respite for guests to enjoy a simple, delicious meal in a casual environment. Hundred Acres presents rustic American cuisine, crafted daily based on the market's freshest selections. Whether a salad of market vegetables served in a large wooden bowl or a grilled pork steal. Equally as affordable as the menu itself, Hundred Acres' wine program and selection of American micro-brews, served in 20 oz. bottles, complete the restaurant's accessible nature and sense of community.
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Diner Reviews
  • "Came here with a group of 5 and the hostess advised it would only be 5 minutes, but ended up being 40 minutes. Hostess should had just been honest with us, we could have gone somewhere else. We all ordered Wagyu Tri-tip steak, this must not be a true wagyu cattle, I believe it was a cross breed of some sorts, because my steak was chewy. It wasn't even chewy from the fat, it was a poor quality steak and not cooked properly. I ordered medium rare and they gave me medium well, since we waited so long for our table along with our food; my friend advised me not to complain. We were eating at 10:30 at night when we were planning to eat at 9. Just really bad hostess and steak - totally not worth coming here."
    Dined on 4/5/2014
  • "The waiter was very good. The food was surprisingly homey and satisfying, though not unsophisticated. The place had an atmosphere that was hip, but not too hip, so my friend and I were not distracted by the place."
    Dined on 4/7/2014
  • "I visited the restaurant with 3 friends and everything about our dining experience gets top marks from me. The food was delicious and cooked to perfection. Our server was very efficient and attentive to our table, ensuring we always had enough drinks and our food arrived in great time. I will definitely be returning to Hundred Acres when I'm next in town."
    Dined on 4/3/2014
  • "Service: I was peeved in the beginning of the night that they made my party of 9 wait until 10pm for a reserved table at 9:30. If it was earlier in the night, it wouldn't have been a big deal, but we were close to starting dinner around 10:15pm, and a member of my party left because he had work in the morning. However, the restaurant did compensate our patience by sending plate after plate of appetizers as we sat down. They kept apologizing for making us wait, and made sure we were eating right away. Food: Pretty tasty overall, but I wouldn't say it was the most amazing food I've ever had. I think it's a good place to take a group of people to be well fed. I would come back again when I'm in the mood for some American grub."
    Dined on 4/4/2014
  • "I went with a friend for an early dinner on a Saturday night (5 Apr), and everything, from the attentive and kind server to the delicious and balanced dishes, were lovely. Started with oysters, then shared the pimiento cheese. My friend had the chicken, which was bold and delicious, and I had the shrimp and grits, which is probably one of the best dishes I've eaten in the past year. The wine was recommended by our server, and was a dry Riesling: a perfect match. The place was large and accommodating. It was early enough that there were families and a diverse group around us. All around, you get what you pay for: high quality, considerate staff, and a great dinner. I just wish we'd had room for dessert."
    Dined on 4/5/2014
  • "this was our third visit to this restaurant which we first found by accident , just walking by .Every time we have been here the food has been excellent . The first time my boyfriend and I stumbled a pone this restaurant we did not have a reservation , when the 45 min wait came and went the manager Molly came to speak to us , she was so nice and professional , took care of our apps at bar so we decided we would go back another night to give place another try .This is second time bringing friends and both groups of friends loved the food . The food does come in large portions and very very flavorful . Definitely make a reservation before going because the food is very good and well priced for NYC SOHO restaurants so it is always packed"
    Dined on 4/4/2014
  • "We went to this restaurant because of its location and reviews but we were prepared for anything. The experience was truly memorable. The individual that guided us through this gastronomical delight was friendly and helped us pair items to ensure we were able to taste all the restaurant had to offer. The black kale salad was tender and upon the advice of our server, she added some domestic shaved cheese that made the salad sing! Our entrees were great- dessert and coffee--also tremendous--I had a peanut butter pie--sounds simple--it was so light and not too sweet. I liked the vibe of the place and even the bathrooms were classy. I would go back in a heartbeat and would recommend this to everyone--it is a place for all ages."
    Dined on 4/4/2014
  • "This was our first night in NYC and we were just looking for a close little dinner spot. This worked out perfectly and we would definitely go back. It was not the most incredible meal I've ever had, but everything was good. Not a ton of choices for our 3 year old, but the bread basket helped fill her up. All in all, I would recommend if you are staying in the soho area."
    Dined on 4/4/2014
  • "Just walking down the block and decided to try this place one evening. Food was delicious had to come back for brunch (which is very popular). Again, everything we ordered was fresh and delicious. Service was a little lacking sometimes on both visits. I'd say only 75% attentive but still friendly. Back at the hotel (Trump Soho) on another day, asked for a recommendation and, of course, they say: "Have you tried Hundred Acres"? Yep."
    Dined on 6/30/2013
  • "Went their for lunch with an old friend. We shared the pimento cheese appetizer and thought it was fabulous. Pimento cheese is a Southern delicacy, so that's high praise from two Southern Belles. We both had the Shrimp and Grits as our entrees and thought it was delicious too."
    Dined on 4/2/2014
  • "The brunch was excellent. I ordered the goat cheese bead pudding with poached eggs, which was delectable. The rest of the table ordered sweet dishes and from what I tasted, the french toast was amazing. Also, the coffee was very smooth and rich and our cups were constantly refilled. Great service and food. Nice decor and ambience and snag a reservation because it does get busy. Loved it and will definitely go again!"
    Dined on 3/30/2014
  • "Hundred Acres' menu always contains interesting and well prepared innovative dishes which vary by the season. The wine list is admirable and the bar keep knowledgeable. The space if nicely appointed and you can walk from your table to the bathroom without asking everyone in your path to move in....always a treat i New York City."
    Dined on 3/29/2014
  • "Goat cheese bread pudding with hearty, tender spinach in a lemon sauce topped with poached eggs. Amazeballs. Pitcher of Bloody Marys. Grapefruit with a barely-there thin crust of caramelized sugar on top. Adorable and fun waiter (Aaron). Casual and hip interior with lots of gorgeous green plants and skylights, but the charm of lower old NY with subway tile and wooden windows. In other words a perfect Sunday brunch!"
    Dined on 3/29/2014
  • "The photos I saw online looked like it would be a serene dining experience. It appeared the tables had doubled in reality and the place had so many people that we were surrounded by people who were practically shouting in conversation to be heard. The staff were nice and very accommodating, and we're able to sit us in one of the quieter rooms, but then we were subjected to really ill-fitting cheesy 90's pop music...at first it was funny, but quickly became an irritation. The brunch menu was weird...for example one of the 'sharing' items was a soup. We both went for the Gumbo which was totally flavourless...apart from the salt. Hundred Acres seems to have a lot of positive feedback, so maybe I'm just the wrong customer for the place."
    Dined on 3/23/2014
  • "always a welcoming venue, with attentive stafff and satisfying, well prepared food with ingredients suggesting serious thought"
    Dined on 3/25/2014
  • "As someone who has frequented Hundred Acres at least once a weekend, this past visit left much to be desired. I had friends in town and wanted to take them to my favorite brunch spot. I made a reservation but still ended up waiting 30 mins at the bar. The bartender splashed some champagne in a glass with orange juice when he heard me contemplating what to order, at first I thought "how thoughtful" trying to help me decide. But no-- I was charged $10 for a splash of champagne that I didn't order. Then we're finally seated. Order one appetizer to share-- which takes almost 40 minutes to come out of the kitchen. The rest of the food comes out late, overdone, overcooked, just an overall over priced extremely underwhelming experience."
    Dined on 3/22/2014
  • "I thought this was a great find. Not claustrophobic, quiet, excellent food and wine list. And reasonable. Would definitely return; and an excellent place before or after the theater. Nice service, too."
    Dined on 3/21/2014
  • "I took my wife and three daughters to the City for shopping and lunch and decided to try Hundred Acres. The restaurant is tucked on a quiet side street but accessible to Soho shopping scene. The front of the restaurant and bar area is vibrant and good natural light. Great for lunch or dinner. We sat in the main dining area in the back at a nice large table. The food selection is excellent and good combinations offered for lunch. The brook trout was fantastic. The service was a little slow, but nothing to worry about. I would highly recommend this restaurant for anyone looking for a good farm- to- table experience."
    Dined on 3/18/2014
  • "My boyfriend and I wanted to get out an try something different last Friday night. Hundred Acres was perfect for that. We were able to get an awesome meal with really cool bourbon drinks too! It will be an even more perfect place to go when it warms up!"
    Dined on 3/14/2014
  • "Interesting set-up with a long bar where most people also ate. The menu is small, but very interesting, and the dishes exquisite. I would love to go back when the weather is warmer and all the doors are open to the sidewalk."
    Dined on 3/14/2014
  • "I have been to Hundred Acres many times and it never disappoints. The food and service are consistently great. I would certainly recommend it. It covers all bases. I took clients for lunch and it was perfect. Bunch with friends was wonderful, we did not feel rushed and the food was amazing. I have also gone with my husband and it's intimate enough for a date night as well. I always enjoy it."
    Dined on 2/27/2014
  • "Great food, interesting drinks, crowded restaurant."
    Dined on 3/9/2014
  • "Mazing service, very accommodation. 5 stars over all for last minute lunch time group lunch."
    Dined on 3/7/2014
  • "This group owns Five Points and Cookshop, both great restaurants. Hundred Acres did not disappoint. Went for brunch, great food, excellent service, but it was quite noisy. The homemade granola and soft scramble were to die for, must haves! Prompt service, beverages always refilled and plates cleared in a timely fashion."
    Dined on 3/2/2014
  • "We sat at the bar but our server, though friendly, was distracted and somewhat unattentive. Forgot our mimosas, we had to keep asking for our coffee and water to be refilled."
    Dined on 3/2/2014
  • "Black kale salad was fantastic. My friend and I shared the Jambalaya and shrimp & grits. They were a bit more delicate and sophisticated than your traditional southern dishes. Then the desserts - the apple tart was out of this world."
    Dined on 2/28/2014
  • "DELICIOUS FOOD in generous portions, and a really nice comfortable atmosphere for date night - great rustic contemporary decor and soft lighting without being too dark to read. Our server was Brittany and she was tops! We appreciated her knowledge of the menu and related recommendations, as well as her overall warmth and friendliness. In fact, everyone we encountered at Hundred Acres was really down-to-earth and welcoming - we had a great experience and look forward to coming back soon!"
    Dined on 3/1/2014
  • "We were there for brunch on a Sunday morning. The front room was very noisy with loud music, but we were ushered to the back enclosed patio where the ambiance and sound level were perfect for us. Brunch choices were delicious. I had the poached eggs on top of goat cheese corn bread with spinach-- wonderful choice. The service was the right balance of attentiveness and letting you alone to enjoy your meal."
    Dined on 2/23/2014
  • "Everything was ABSOLUTELY delicious and the service was impeccable."
    Dined on 2/15/2014
  • "So overall we enjoyed Hundred Acre, BUT the service was spotty and the french toast was not hot. My husbands food was piping hot, so it was likely a timing issue on the kitchen's part but honestly if I'm spending $15 on a plate of bread is it asking too much that it should be hot? Or that my mimosa should not be empty? We had to flag down a host to try and find our waitress to have drinks refilled. again, if I"m spending $15 on a skimpy 3-ounce glass of glorified OJ, can you at least make sure the glass isn't empty? They just need to step up their game. But from the looks of it, people are coming in droves anyway, so....."
    Dined on 2/16/2014
  • "Ate here prior to seeing a show at City Winery. Food was great, as well as the cocktails. I had the New York Sour, which is a unique twist on a whiskey sour. My husband had the shrimp and grits, which he didn't stop talking about for days. He also loved the hush puppies, which had both crab and shrimp in them. I had the home made pasta with Brussels sprouts and it was AMAZING! This has become one of our favorite restaurants."
    Dined on 2/16/2014
  • "Literally zero complaints. The food (black kale salad, cinnamon buns, chicken tinga, grilled cheese) was nothing short of delicious, and the drinks (2 specialty bloody mary's) were tasty with exactly enough kick. Can't wait to go back and introduce more people to this wonderful culinary experience."
    Dined on 2/15/2014
  • "I have had a few brunches here already and the service and food have been consistent. Good menu variety and great ambience. The covered (in winter) outdoor area is great for groups and is a lot quieter and more roomy for larger crowds and longer brunches. The only real negative is on my last visit they called last drinks at 3.30pm for a Saturday brunch!!!!!"
    Dined on 2/15/2014
  • "I enjoy the decor and location of this restaurant, especially in the summer when the front doors can be opened to the sidewalk. I found it to be a good spot to bring out of town friends since it's in a lively neighborhood and in walking distance of plenty of things to do before/after. The only thing i can speak poorly of is that we felt rushed out near the end of our meal, which was surprising since it was bad weather and we had made reservations in advance (not just walk in diners that were sat in between reservations). Once the bill was paid we didn't have time to relax at all, people were at the table ushering us up and asking for our coat check ticket to bring us our coats asap. It was definitely not an ideal way to end the experience."
    Dined on 2/15/2014
  • "Place was hopping! Upon entering saw the hostess drop the phone on the floor as she was yelling at a server--in front of the customers...Food was fine, but nothing special. Had a braised lamb, which when I asked what exactly was braised-shank, shoulder, etc? our waitress told me she wasn't sure, but she had tasted it that afternoon and it was "really good". It was pretty good. When I asked for some advice on three specific wines, she responded, "well I really like Rhone wines", which wasn't even one of my choices. So, I asked for the sommelier to stop over, and was told, she is the hostess and really doesn't have time tonight. Never been told that before. Ah, I miss when this place was Provence..."
    Dined on 2/14/2014
  • "The food was spectacular all the way from apps through coffee. We also enjoyed the unique and delicious cocktails. But what I consider just as important as good food and drink, is service, and Hundred Acres excelled. We were greeted warmly by the hostess the moment we walked in. We were meeting someone we hadn't meet before and we saw 2 men at the bar not knowing if either was our guest. The hostess asked what his name was and offered to ask on our behalf after she sat us. The waitress was extremely pleasant and attentive. And when I ordered a different cocktail by mistake, she didn't hesitate to fix it, even though I was the one who put in the wrong order. I will definitely be returning."
    Dined on 2/10/2014
  • "Really enjoyed the restaurant's ambiance and decor. Eggs were good but were not spectacular. Overall positive experience though, just will try something on the menu next time!"
    Dined on 2/8/2014
  • "Having a hard time deciding if we should visit for brunch or dinner we opted for dinner. We were not disappointed with the food however the coffee and food were both luke warm. We would love to go back but may try somewhere else for "hot" food!"
    Dined on 2/8/2014
  • "Delicious food - changing menus with a few classics. Attentive waiters - everyone took great care of us. Great drinks, good wine selection. Very cozy, which is great this time of the year."
    Dined on 2/7/2014
  • "The food was good but i felt that they were trying too hard. Service was okay but far from great."
    Dined on 2/7/2014