Hundred Acres

Hundred Acres

American Restaurant and Breakfast Spot · SoHo
38 Macdougal St (btwn Prince & W Houston St), New York, NY 10012, United States
Open until 10:00 PM (Show more)
  • Mon–Fri
    • 8:00 AM–11:00 AM
    • Noon–4:00 PM
    • 5:30 PM–11:00 PM
  • Sat
    • 10:30 AM–3:00 PM
    • 5:30 PM–11:00 PM
  • Sun
    • 10:30 AM–3:00 PM
    • 5:30 PM–10:00 PM
$ $ $ $
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert, Happy Hour, Bar Snacks
Beer, Wine, Full Bar, Cocktails, BYO
Credit Cards:
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Outdoor Seating:

Based on 749 votes

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  • What you need to know
    Melissa R.
    "poached eggs over spinach with goat cheese bread pudding."(11 Tips)
    Mary Ann P.
    "Start with the ricotta fritters, and don't forget a Bloody Mary."(11 Tips)
    Sean G.
    "Get the pickled cabbage and go in on the shrimp and grits."(12 Tips)
    Tim C.
    "Must try the Bloody Mary with the oyster!"(17 Tips)
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  • bread pudding
  • Southern food
  • Bloody Marys
  • grits
  • seafood
  • good for dates
  • breakfast food
  • biscuits
  • lively
  • brioche
  • cinnamon rolls
  • eggs
  • happy hour
  • desserts
  • trendy
  • healthy food
  • steak
  • oysters
  • burgers
  • authentic
  • Ashley R.

    Weekday lunch market menu- $24 for an app, entree and dessert. Pretty good deal! I opted for the over-dressed black kale salad, tasty shrimp and grits, and the oh so delicious bread pudding.

    Ashley Rose · 6 days ago
  • Lisa Ö.

    Service was slow even though there was not many people in the restaurant. The yoghurt and granola was not very exciting, should have selected something else.

    Lisa Övermyr · 3 weeks ago
  • Mischa L.

    Nothing spectacular. You can find more amazing brunch places nearby

    Mischa Lumiere · 3 weeks ago
  • Bitches Who Brunch

    The Bitches say: B-. Every dish was good, but we didn't LOVE our brunch. We still stand by Hundred Acres being a solid place to bring a low key group looking for better-than-standard brunch food. Read more

    Bitches Who Brunch · October 15
  • Kirsten P.


    Kirsten Peissel · October 14
  • Alyssa F.

    The flatbread was cheesy deliciousness.

    Alyssa Foote · October 3
  • Kathy M.

    The bloody mary here was everything I dreamed of and more (the Hampton Shore bloody specifically)

    Kathy Matthiesen · September 21
  • Tim C.

    Must try the Bloody Mary with the oyster! And the beignets

    Tim Clarke · September 15
  • Valentina S.

    In love with the brioches !!!

    Valentina Siragusa · September 13
  • Wesley B.

    Decent American food, rustic decor, average drinks. Kinda trying too hard, I think.

    Wesley Bliss · September 2
  • Trevor R.

    My favorite brunch in SoHo. The bread pudding is amazing.

    Trevor Rogers · August 12
  • Oscar T.

    The catfish sandwich and shrimp po'boy are delicious. Also, they have sparkling water on tap.

    Oscar Trelles · July 30
  • Tara D.

    The bread pudding was delicious and this is coming from someone who isn't a fan of hollandaise!

    Tara Dîana · July 18
  • David P.

    Start with the Green Tea Margarita, end with the Bread Pudding.

    David Pessah · July 8
  • Sharon G.

    Wagyu steak with potatoes & blue cheese, fava bean & yogurt flatbread, summer harvest salad and brioche bourbon bread pudding were all spectacular.

    Sharon Goldstein · June 29
  • Chas P.

    Great happy hour spot for the neighborhood. Delicious pimento cheese and the spiked Arnold Palmers were on point.

    Chas Pressner · June 25
  • Mélanie V.

    Setting and location

    Mélanie Vecchio · June 20
  • Ryan C.

    This place stands out (among farm to table places) because the food is simple but has big flavor cooked right. The wine menu has great options as well.

    Ryan C · June 9
  • Alex N.


    Alex Nguyen · June 7
  • ℰℓenaᶳᵘ²

    Very delightful and nicely decorated. Their menu is always changing but I ❤️ the Goat Cheese Bread Pudding with Poached Eggs, the Grilled American Wagyu Sirloin, Amish half chicken & Chicken n Waffles

  • Daniel W.

    Phenomenal shrimp and grits - a nice mix of light, hearty comfort food. Great service, too.

    Daniel Willson · May 24
  • Michele P.

    Cucumber lemonade is amazing

    Michele Piccaro · May 15
  • Kate Y.

    Baked eggs with lentils has a spicy kick from the jalapeños.

    Kate Yan · April 27
  • Deborah T.

    Brunch was decently good, but their ricotta beignets were the best I've had as of yet. Yes I'd dare say even better than Cafe du Monde in New Orleans.

    Deborah Tsuchida · April 25
  • Kim B.

    They're know for their savory bread pudding and I'm also a big fan of the pimento cheese.

    Kim Bost · April 24
  • Tim C.

    Their fries are incredible. And the vegetarian gumbo is amazing.

    Tim Clarke · April 18
  • Monti B.

    Chicken and waffles are yummy. Skip the mac n' cheese.

    Monti Bray · April 12
  • Davneet K.

    Ordered the chilaquiles & goat cheese sage bread pudding. Chilaquiles were a little salty but once I broke the poached egg, it balanced out the flavors. Bread pudding was out of this world!

    Davneet Kohli · April 5
  • TK

    Long wait, sit at the bar. The bartenders always have a few good stories.

    TK · April 1
  • Morgan P.

    Innovative food menu and cool vibe.

    Morgan Polotan · March 21
  • Melanie W.

    Beautiful cozy restaurant. Sit in the atrium if you can.

    Melanie W. · March 7
  • Alyssa B.

    this place is overwhelmingly delicious. whatever you do, get the beignets.

    Alyssa Bereznak · March 4
  • Amanda T.

    $14-17 brunch

    Amanda Theiler · February 27
  • Damian B.

    Impressive bourbon selection. Get the burger - high quality ground beef and more than you can finish

    Damian Bayona · February 6
  • Keshav L.

    Great menu bringing a little of the South's best to NYC. The cornbread, the grits, the kale, the cheese bread, and that's just for starters. Enjoy.

    Keshav Lewis · January 25
  • Lisa P.

    pimento cheese dip and a bottle of wine = happiness

    Lisa Paravano · January 20
  • David D.

    A kale salad, Arctic char, an a bread pudding were all notable.

    David DiGregorio · January 16
  • Jillian

    Go with the lunch market menu because, trust me, you'll find room for the chocolate brandy cake.

    Jillian · December 25, 2014
  • Arnaud R.

    Was good but having a seat can be very wild. And people really fight for it.

    Arnaud Réauté · December 19, 2014
  • Carl C.

    This place never disappoints. Nice range of southern options.

    Carl Collins · December 14, 2014
  • Katie C.

    Get the cinnamon rolls, for the love of everything - get the cinnamon rolls. This place is doing everything right.

    Katie Childress · November 28, 2014
  • Nicolette R.

    Randomly popped in here on a snowy night and was pleasantly surprised! Try a cocktail and order the shrimp and grits - so good!

    Nicolette Romero · November 2, 2014
  • Trae F.

    Love the southern inspired dinner menu. The pimento cheese was a hit at the table and my fish entree was spot on. Great oysters too. Really dig the feel of this place and look forward to returning.

    Trae F · October 26, 2014
  • Patrick B.

    Soft scrambled eggs & chilequiles are great, fries are worth a must

    Patrick Baskin · October 13, 2014
  • Mario A.

    Great place for brunch, the food is delicious. Don't miss the classic Bloody Mary!

    Mario Allegranzi · September 27, 2014
  • Melissa R.

    Excellent brunch and top notch bloody Mary's. Be sure and try the poached eggs over spinach with goat cheese bread pudding. To. Die. For.

    Melissa Rosenthal · September 23, 2014
  • Leah H.

    Goat cheese bread pudding is a worthwhile order, everything else we tried (chilaquiles, scrambled eggs, bread pudding, Bloody Mary) is overrated.

    Leah Hammerschlag · September 22, 2014
  • Anna R.

    Great seasonal menu.

    Anna R · September 15, 2014
  • Tara T.

    Jalapeño gritz! Nice brunch spot, not too trendy but still cool.

    Tara Trezza · September 10, 2014
  • Jack G.

    I can't speak for brunch because I've only done lunch and dinner, but for those meals I'd recommend a swipe left on Acres.

    Jack Gashi · September 6, 2014

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