The offerings at this farmhouse chic restaurant are always changing withthe seasons—parsley root apple soup, grilled swordfish and black rice, chorizo-potato hash—giving tykes a Greenmarket 101 crash course. Fortunately, this emphasis on sustainability also means you can savor ingredient-driven cocktails like the watermelon Bellini while kids tuck into sour cream–buttermilk pancakes with market berries.
|Venue name:||Hundred Acres||Contact:|
38 MacDougal St
|Cross street:||between W Houston and Prince Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri noon–midnight; Sat 11am–midnight; Sun 11am–4pm, 5:30–10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: C, E to Spring St|
|Price:||Average main course: $19. AmEx, MC, V.|
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Average User Rating
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This place is definitely a good spot in Soho. They're all about kale here, it's part of at least 6 different dishes. What's odd about this place is that the front and back of the restaurant have VERY different vibes. It almost seemed like a completely different restaurant. White linens on the tables in the back, looked more upscale. The front dining area where I sat was more casual, bar-like. What's really annoying, is that the bus boys come around too often to take your plate away before you're done eating. The porgy was excellent though.