Brunch at 100 Acres = #NoWords

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Written by Morgan Culhane

Published on June 7, 2018

Photo x Morgan Culhane

Are you kidding me? This brunch is not real life. These exact words were spoken at our brunch table at 100 Acres. Brunching at Hotel Henry is already the dream thanks to the are-we-in-buffalo? vibe, but TBH the menu is what puts 100 Acres in a league of its own.

Silence followed by the phrase “no words” means the brunch is unreal. Heavenly is the best word to describe this brunch. That’s all.

We ordered:

  • Breakfast Pizza – San marzano tomato sauce, potato, calabrian chili, smoked mozzarella, breakfast sausage, green onion, eggs
  • Two Eggs Any Style- Crispy potato & roasted jalapeno aioli, mixed greens, bacon, grilled ciabatta

Unimpressed? Just keep reading. #itsthelittlethings

This breakfast pizza ranks high on my list for all-time favorite pizzas. Two words: flavor explosion. More specifically, the sweet, rich sauce plus the breakfast sausage make this next level. The light and fluffy crust, thinly sliced potatoes, lightly sprinkled smoked mozzarella, and sunny side up eggs come together to create the ultimate breakfast pizza.

Breakfast Pizza / Photo x Morgan Culhane

Breakfast Pizza / Photo x Morgan Culhane

Two eggs any style may sound simple, but at 100 Acres it’s anything but ordinary. This ciabatta bread is love at first crunch, it’s freshly baked and basically everything you could ever want for your dippy eggs. Double frying breakfast potatoes is genius. If you like your potatoes crispy and brown on the outside and smooth and soft on the inside, you’ll want these taters in your life ASAP.

2 Eggs / Photo x Morgan Culhane

Aioli can make or break a dish, and this roasted jalapeno aioli definitely makes it. Dip everything in this sauce, trust me you won’t hate it. Craving mixed greens isn’t the norm, but in this case you might. The house-made lemon vinaigrette beautifully complements every other flavor on this plate. When the lettuce is noteworthy, you know you’re at a farm-fresh restaurant.

Obviously, we feel that drinking mimosas is the way to any good brunch date, and 100 Acres offers two chances to brunch every weekend – Saturday and Sunday. Plus, their mimosas are only $6 each and you can add flavored liqueur for an extra $3 a glass.

All in all brunching at 100 Acres is pretty much a dream come true. This brunch is the kind of brunch that you never want to end. So, we didn’t. Post-brunch, we made our way to the bar for some afternoon cocktails. Because hey, it’s 5 o’clock somewhere.

Photo x Morgan Culhane

Spring cocktail season is here, and this menu is soooo ready. If you like tequila and gin, I highly recommend the Perfect Mistake. The only mistake here is not ordering a second round. If you prefer scotch, give the Friends in Lowlands a try. The bonal and rye combo totally works in this drink.

Overall, it’s safe to say we made the most of our Saturday. The best part? Realizing it’s only Saturday and we can totally brunch the next day too. Brunch round two, yes please!


100 Acres

444 Forest Ave., Buffalo / (716) 955-1511

Saturday & Sunday Brunch

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Written by <a href="" target="_self">Morgan Culhane</a>

Written by Morgan Culhane

Morgan is a storyteller with a passion for exploring Buffalo's food and beverage scene. She enjoys drinking craft beer so much that she started a business dedicated to promoting this industry. As the co-founder of Content on Draft, she develops social media marketing strategies for craft beverage companies in Buffalo and beyond… and she loves it!


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