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Acme

Restaurants, French Noho
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Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

It’s been nearly three years since Scandinavian cuisine exploded across the New York dining scene, led in part by this then cutting-edge Noho favorite from restaurateurs Jean-Marc Houmard, Jon Neidich and Huy Chi Le (Indochine, Tijuana Picnic). Following the departure of Danish executive chef Mads Refslund in December 2015, the trio enlisted chef-partner Brian Loiacono (db Bistro Moderne, Ruschmeyer’s in Montauk, NY) to oversee the restaurant’s transition from experimental new Nordic to more conservative Italian-French bistro fare. On the revamped menu are starters such as clams casino with bone marrow and a butternut squash steak, as well as meaty mains including brick chicken with leeks and skirt steak with caramelized endive. Though less of a comprehensive overhaul than the food menu, a design tweak brightens the rustic space with pieces from artists like Chuck Close, Robert Longo and Julian Schnabel.

By: Time Out New York editors

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Address: 9 Great Jones St
New York
10012
Cross street: between Broadway and Lafayette St
Transport: Subway: B, D, F, M to Broadway–Lafayette St; 6 to Bleecker St
Price: Average main course: $25.
Contact:
Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun 6–11pm; Fri, Sat 6pm–midnight
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I came here for restaurant week with my roommate - we did the pre-fixe menu. I got the caesar - kale salad, salmon and ice cream for dessert. The Caesar salad was good (maybe because I was super hungry) but the salmon was a little undercooked and it came with some greens that didn't have too much flavor, obviously the ice cream was delicious. The ambiance was nice, the service was a little slow but the ambiance was great. I might come back and try a different dish next time and definitely want to come here at night.