Eat hearty and healthy at this New York City hot spot.
Locally sourced seasonal ingredients blow up your tastebuds with flavor by way of New American fare with some Nordic influences. Only a few years old, this eatery’s already become a beloved foodie temple for the god of good taste.
At ACME, the modern NoHo restaurant, Indochine partners Jean-Marc Houmard and Huy Chi Le team with Jon Neidich (The Happiest Hour, Slowly Shirley) to create a sophisticated bistro with refined new American dishes.
Upon entering ACME, guests are greeted by a dining counter reserved for walk-ins and bar stocked with impressive array of artisanal and classic spirits. Faded mirrors, checkerboard-tiled floor and ceiling, inviting banquets and café chairs lend old world charm, while contemporary art—including pieces by Donald Sultan, Richard Prince, Rene Ricard, Hanna Liden, Louise Erhard, and Oliver Clegg—add to the eclectic atmosphere.
The brick-walled downstairs lounge with antique carpets leather booths and a dedicated bar, is ideal for private events and large format dinners. Specialty cocktails and a selection of small plates from the upstairs menu, such as smoked fish tacos and radishes with oyster-parsley emulsion, are available in the casual downstairs lounge.
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Estimated Price Per Head
from $100 to $250
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Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue
Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services
Corkage/Bottle Fee – You Can Bring Your Own Alcohol For A Fee
ACME is located in NoHo in Manhattan, a hip, historic neighborhood with many boutiques and restaurants. Upon entering ACME, guests are greeted by a dining counter reserved for walk-ins and bar stocked with impressive array of artisanal and classic spirits. Past the Hannah Liden sculpture near the entrance is the graceful zinc bar with a rawbar and grand arrangement of flowering branches.
Faded mirrors, checkerboard-tiled floor and ceiling, inviting banquets and café chairs lend old world charm, while contemporary art—including pieces by Donald Sultan, Richard Prince, Rene Ricard, Hanna Liden, Louise Erhard, and Oliver Clegg—add to the eclectic atmosphere. Romantic boothes, café chairs, moody lighting & checkerboard details make the room a new New York classic bistro.
Standout Venue Features:
Brick walls with candlelit recesses, antique carpets on the old wood floor and an impressive contemporary art collection make the venue ideal for those who seek a chic but cozy ambiance in which to celebrate.
Awards & Notables
ACME received a two star review from restaurant critic Pete Wells in the New York Times.
Eats & Drinks
Food, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Lounges
Bars & Lounges:
Upstairs our main dining room features a long zinc bar with an impressive collection of classic and artisanal spirits. The room is lined in dark green leather boothes. Downstairs, a trestle table and upright piano lend a jovial sense to the brick-walled room.
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