Hundred Acres. Location: SoHo. MacDougal & 6th ave. Scene: Young. Brunch Hot Spot. Simple. Food: Ricotta Fritters. Goat Cheese Thyme Bread Pudding, Poached Eggs, Warm Spinach Salad. Semolina Raisin French Toast, Carmelized Bananas, Creme Fraiche.
- Warm Cream Biscuits, Banana Walnut Bread, Apple Butter, Seasonal Jelly (2nd pic)
- Soft Scrambled Eggs, Poblano Peppers, Ramps, White Cheddar Cheese, Cornbread (3rd pic)
- White Cheddar, Pear, and Spiced Pecan Griddled Cheese, Honey Mustard, Fries (4th pic)
Hundred Acres is one of my favorite brunch spots and without a doubt always a recommendation. The Homemade biscuits are a guaranteed pick-me-up to start your weekend, my absolute favorite and along with sister restaurant’s Cookshop and Five Points. No questions asked or competition. The rotating seasonal menu excites each visit, and if the skillet frittata is on the menu when you go, don’t read anything else and get this. This frittata wrecks anyone’s, and sadly I haven’t seen it on the menu in quite sometime. The fancy and improved Grilled Cheese with Apples, Spiced Pecans and Honey Mustard can steal the show as well. Basically, stick to the carbs here fellas. They also have a cute Peanut Butter, Banana, Honey and Raisin toast concoction for a quick appetizer.
The free-spirited atmosphere allows for young professionals to recap last night’s late-night festivities and the men are good-lookers. The back room feels like an outdoor garden with the natural light and plants. Hundred Acres is for a group of friends, parents and those wanting something delicious. It’s so good you’ll want to do a jig on your way out to the quiet west SoHo street.