I have already talked to you about one of my favourite bars in New York City. Well, this time round I will reveal the perfect brunch spot in  the heart of Soho, Hundred Acres! Hundred Acres is definitely a popular brunch destination – no wonder why since it combines ideal location, airy space and excellent food. We arrived quite early on our very last day, which coincidentally was Mother’s Day. The place was packed with happy mamas feeling special and spoilt – well deserved I would add!

We were seated in the middle section between the open front seating area and the adorable greenhouse-style bright dining room in the back. No worries though, we were happy to have found a table at the very last minute! Unfortunately, it was right then and there that my camera battery ran dead. This spot was too good not to be included in the blog though, so I compensate with a few pictures from their website.

The interior was relaxing, yet stylish and the food solidly prepared and delicious. I had the goat cheese-sage bread pudding and poached eggs with wilted spinach and lemon butter – perhaps one of the best dishes I’ve ever tried. If you ever visit Hundred Acres for brunch, you have to go for the bread pudding, it’s phenomenal! My brunch buddy had the buttermilk pancakes with caramelized apples and pecans; they were light and fluffy. After a few Bloody Mary (their specialty, apparently) we were ready to make the most of our last New York day.

38 Macdougal Street, New York, NY 10012, USA; 212 4757500; website


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