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Posted by Happy neighbor on 05/13/2012
This is not your typical NYC brunch. The place has a low-key vibe and great food. We had the bread pudding griddle cake which is served with maple syrup and tart rhubarb, the Danish omelet, salt baked beets and the duck sausage, coffee and watermelon juice. The bill starts to climb when you order drinks and a few sides but it's a great place that takes reservations for brunch!
Posted by bklyngirl on 04/03/2012
I have not gone to Acme is quite a long time, and understand that it was closed for a while for a remake. Upon looking over the new menu, it seems like that are trying to hoity themselves up (with prices to match). What happened to the comfort food they use to serve like those great Red Beans and Rice,and delicous cagun food? I'm glad I viewed the online menu before I ventured there. I don't see myself going there any thime soon.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/01/2012
The space is great, and the bar scene is super fun. There's plenty of room so you don't feel like your on top of everyone. The bartenders are amazing - hot and super attentive. The food started out amazing and then was just OK. Loved the duck in a jar and the sunchokes. The pork cheek was lacking something - it was bland and it stuck to my teeth (literally). The carrots are actually ONE carrot sliced in quarters sitting in too much oil/butter. Disappointing. Overall worth a second try but definitely hits an misses.....