Hundred Acres is named for "Hell's Hundred Acres," the gritty, pre-1970 moniker for SoHo. It is the sibling of Marc Meyer's Snail of Approval-winning restaurants Five Points and Cookshop and occupies the old space of Provence, the late French resto air-kissed adieu by a clientele of models and their adorers. Hundred Acres is a far slower place. On entering, guests encounter a wooden table invitingly laden with fresh, local produce...an enticing prelude to the coming meal. The well-priced menu changes frequently, taking constant advantage of the season's local best, much of it from NYC's Greenmarkets. Good service, attractive decor, and a garden provide the right setting for creative cocktails and comforting American food done right.
(212) 475 - 7500
38 MacDougal Street New York, NY 10012