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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
  • "We've been coming here for years- both for brunch and dinner, and love the atmosphere and the food. Me and my husband also frequent the other restaurants by the same owners; Five Points and Cookshop. I would say Cookshop is at the pinnacle of these three restaurants, and Five Points is great for brunch, with a more busy casual vibe. Hundred Acres feels slightly less fancy than Cookshop, and less crazy to get reservation, but the food is always amazing, and I like the location on a quiet street in ShoHo."
    Dined on 8/16/2014
  • "Gumbo had everything I expect in the dish. Saturday very crowded, had to take a 1:45 reservation. Waiter got us out on time."
    Dined on 8/16/2014
  • "Go for the Cinnamon Rolls and a Bloody Mary. The pimento cheese sandwich was subpar at best but I have high expectations being from the south. However, the turkey sandwich wasn't mind-blowing either."
    Dined on 8/16/2014
  • "Food was delicious, drinks were yummy and the service was great. The back room is charming. It is a perfect local gem."
    Dined on 8/15/2014
  • "A perfect evening of unbelievable food, outstanding wine list, and amazing service and atmosphere. Easily one of the best dining experiences i've ever had."
    Dined on 8/12/2014
  • "It had a really cool ambiance and I liked the fact that the menu is always changing and being updated with fresh ingredients. Our server was nice and the staff was great. The octopus appetizer was really unique and the pork chop was delicious"
    Dined on 8/7/2014
  • "Not the best wine list and the service could have been better. But food is DELISH. Get the hushpuppies, deviled eggs and pork chop!"
    Dined on 7/29/2014
  • "Celebrated my 3rd wedding anniversary there. We loved the deviled eggs and the hush puppies we had for appetizers. Our meals were also very good. I had the conrnmeal crusted catfish which had a nice crispy-crunchiness to it. My husband had the duck and although he remaked it was a small portion, he enjoyed it a great deal. He said it was prepared perfectly and not greasy. We both enjoyed our desserts, he the bread pudding and I had the peach cobbler. Our waiter was great! He was friendly and informative and paid just the right amount of attention to As we left, I noticed the bar was quite alive with people laughing and having a good time. It was a great evening!"
    Dined on 7/29/2014
  • "We went to Sunday brunch with a reservation but still had to wait 20 minutes to get our table. The place certainly draws a crowd but I'm guessing it's more for the hipster vibe. Our waiter was quick to point out that the most important item on the menu was an array of bloody Mary choices -- we just wanted brunch. The sandwiches were well-sized but just sandwiches and the gumbo was surprisingly sparse and more like a soup, though it did taste good. All in all, only an okay experience."
    Dined on 7/27/2014
  • "I loved the "farm to table" style of Hundred Acres. The menu was seasonal and everything was reasonably priced. The fried oysters were delicious. Some creative drink specials and a nice bourbon and wine selection. I will definitely return, and recommend to my friends!"
    Dined on 7/26/2014
  • "The food was good, service attentive and surroundings pleasant. The main dining room is a bit noisy."
    Dined on 7/25/2014
  • "This is one one my favorite restaurants. Great space - I prefer sitting in the back if I'm with a large group. I love the fact their menu is seasonal. The drinks and food have been consistently good. Unfortunately, our latest meal was a little disappointing. The entrees were heavy on the salt. I thought it was me but when my friend didn't finish her meal, I asked the other friends and they had the same experience with their dish. It could have been an off night for restaurant. I'll be back again."
    Dined on 7/24/2014
  • "We expected genuine New Orleans-tasting fare; greatly disappointed. Its cat fish and other dishes aren't even close to Cajun or Creole-cooking. The spices were overwrought and fake in taste; the appetizers: salad was boring and the fried oysters small and unexceptional. We had to specially order bread--when it arrived the cornbread was hard and cold, and the other bread thin and brittle; the butter was changing colors. Worse were the desserts. Ordered peach cobbler. That, too seemed, fake. Cobbler was not deep-dished or even peachy; the crust was bland (more crumbly than doughy) and surely nothing to write home about. Ice cream scoop was tiny. Soul and Cajun cooks would be alarmed and disgusted by this poor excuse for New Orleans meals."
    Dined on 7/24/2014
  • "I had a lovely lunch here with a friend on a weekday. The meal was well paced and we were not rushed, which was nice as we had lots to catch up on. We came in for the $24 3 course lunch menu but ended up ordering from the (pricier) regular menu. The salad, merluza, and peach cobbler were all delicious. The cocktails are pricey but potent. I would definitely return if in the area."
    Dined on 7/23/2014
  • "This place is a brunch favorite of mine. Even during the summer, when crowds tend to thin out in the City, they always seem to be packed with locals. I usually go for the egg dishes and I find that everything they serve up is fresh and flavorful. I'd recommend the soft scrambled eggs with chives/leeks/gruyere/corn bread, as well as the side of turkey sausage. They also have a nice selection of brunch cocktails. It would be nice if some of the sides offered separately were included with your meal (if only for some variety), but all things considered, it still qualifies as reasonably-priced in my book. I also like the lively atmosphere, even though the conversation level gets a little loud at times in the front room."
    Dined on 7/20/2014
  • "First time dining here and it was fabulous! My daughter and I had brunch and the food was delicious. I had soft scrambled eggs, scrumptious! My daughter had poached eggs also yum! We shared ricotta fritters and turkey sausage. The fritters are a must have. The service was friendly and efficient. Loved the Bloody Mary's. Wish I could have had another! Can't wait to go back for lunch or dinner. Great find."
    Dined on 7/20/2014
  • "This is definitely one of my favorite brunch places in the city. Always on point. The biscuits alone are worth the trip. I usually get the soft scrambled eggs or the jalapeno grits. As far as drinks go, the sparkling acres is refreshing and comes in a pitcher to share with friends."
    Dined on 7/19/2014
  • "as before, just really solid food. If you can't get into the trendy places around Greenwich, this is a really solid backup. You can usually walk in and find a table on Monday through Wednesday evenings (maybe even Thursday) anytime. The pork chop is really delicious, and the vibe is just super nice and chill. Kind of like ABC Kitchen but more genuinely homey and not conceited anthropologie."
    Dined on 7/15/2014
  • "This was not my first time but it was the first time that I was seated at a really quiet spot. It made the conversation really enjoyable and the dinner not an exhausting event as it so often is in this neighborhood where you have to shout across table to hear each other. Food, as usual, reliable. No super good but reliable."
    Dined on 7/13/2014
  • "Hundred Acres is a reliably delicious and welcoming restaurant on a quiet block of the village that extends below Houston on Macdougal. The menu changes frequently, but the black kale salad always seems to be on the menu, which is a good thing. I love their refreshing mocktails--a nice way to start off on a summer evening--and they have great wines by the glass as well."
    Dined on 7/9/2014
  • "Was a nice brunch. The menu was not too complex and the food was good. I do recommend this place to anyone in that area. Just make reservation to avoid any wait. I also would try not to be seated outside in the back."
    Dined on 7/6/2014
  • "I loved the relaxed ambiance of the restaurant. We started with the tomatoes, kale salad and cucumber soup. Everything was excellent! For our main courses our table ordered the chicken, steak, pork chop and vegetable dish. We loved all of the dishes and can't wait to go back and try more."
    Dined on 7/5/2014
  • "Beautiful food, friendly and attentive service, open and airy ambience. Perfect."
    Dined on 7/5/2014
  • "Attentive service, unique favors! The goat cheese, bread pudding, wilted lettuce & egg dish was wonderful, as was the gumbo."
    Dined on 7/5/2014
  • "The place still has great drinks and potential. The food has never been the strongest feature. From this visit it's not improving."
    Dined on 7/3/2014
  • "In a word---delicious! The flatbread appetizer was fabulous and the corn bread in the bread basket was a terrific treat. There are lots of options to select from in regard to entrees. I had the catfish and my friend had steak. We both cleaned our plates! However, we did save a smidgeon of room for dessert and shared the strawberry shortcake and it was outstanding and well worth the calories! I have been here several times and every time it is consistently great."
    Dined on 6/30/2014
  • "I did not know the place and was so shocked at how great it was. Can't wait to return."
    Dined on 6/29/2014
  • "great food, great options for dinner. Menu was perfect for different tastes."
    Dined on 6/28/2014
  • "Dined here with my wife on a recent trip to NYC. The "mocktails" were perfect for her (as she is pregnant) and the food was absolutely amazing. This was THE BEST meal of our entire trip. The excellent service and lively bar scene only added to our enjoyment. Entree proportions are generous and meals are reasonably priced. We got the apple pork and breaded catfish plates. Would absolutely recommend those (although we were told the chef makes a mean gumbo and is from Louisiana, as are we)."
    Dined on 6/28/2014
  • "I found this restaurant for my friend's birthday brunch. It was great and the service was wonderful! I will definitely go back to this place!"
    Dined on 6/28/2014
  • "We have always loved Cookshop. This sister site is just as good. Good food and very attentive servers. Just beware that it can be quite loud."
    Dined on 6/27/2014
  • "Very kind wait staff and great French fries. Got a table in the back and it was a great feel in the green house feeling back room!"
    Dined on 6/26/2014
  • "Fabulous service from start to finish - warm, knowledgable and friendly staff. The food was fresh, delicious and innovative. Terrific place to enjoy delicious meal, excellent wine selection and good company."
    Dined on 6/25/2014
  • "we had a fantastic meal here food and service was PERFECT!!"
    Dined on 6/21/2014
  • "So you know there is this class of restaurants in New York that are really GOOD -- like solid -- but not super outstanding or anything. This class of restaurants, by the way, would probably exceed or meet the quality of any top restaurants in any other city in the US – so we're talking about good food, but you know you're in New York so we're spoiled. Well Hundred Acres, like its cousin Cookshop, is definitely in this class. If it's a wednesday and you're tired and you want some good food that you don't have to wait over an hour for while staring at the seamless app doing nothing, and a nice vibe not too far from your pad, go to hundred acres. But for not too much more money and a bit more planning, you can get better food in the city."
    Dined on 6/21/2014
  • "5 stars all around. food was perfect, wait staff attentive but didn't hover... noise level was fine... we live in the burbs and it was great to be in a place with some energy... we could still hear fine (and I am sensitive to overly loud places)... had a drink at the bar before dinner and the bartenders are great too... can't say enough good things..."
    Dined on 6/21/2014
  • "I've dined here a few times and normally love it but this past weekend, I took my family there for brunch and was a bit disappointed with the level of service. The waitress was not that friendly or helpful (like she'd rather be elsewhere) and service was slow. The cinnamon rolls was as usual amazing and everyone loved them. The deviled eggs were expensive and frankly just mediocre. But I think everyone enjoyed their main courses."
    Dined on 6/21/2014
  • "I hadn't been here before and didn't know it was a "cool" spot. I actually enjoyed it, even though it may fall in the trendy category. The food was yum and the service wasn't snobby. It was a bit loud at first, but it calmed down a bit toward the end of brunch. I think it would be ideal to go here during a bit of an off time to enjoy the atmosphere in a bit quiter setting."
    Dined on 6/14/2014
  • "The back room with the sky light was a perfect setting for a rainy summer night, but it can get noisy when the large groups are all seated. The server was attentive and we did not feel rushed even when we lingered over drinks. The oyster appetizer and the deserts were amazing and the Flintstone sized pork chops were incredibly moist and perfect for sharing."
    Dined on 6/10/2014
  • "The service was obnoxious and instusive. I never experienced a waiter who sang along the music that was playing while serving a customer. For a taste of wine that was ordered, as a preview, the waiter, poured the equivalent of 5 drops. The trout was so spoiled that the whole restaurant stank and could smell it. It was very experience for what it was. What an absolutely awful experience. Stay away!"
    Dined on 6/9/2014