This place is made for brunch, and if you order anything other than the goat cheese-sage bread pudding (which comes served with sauteed collard greens, poached eggs, and lemon butter on top) you're missing out on the best option here.
I've been here for brunch a few times, as it used to be right around the corner from my apartment. Making a reservation a few days ahead of time is key, and you'll avoid any waiting in the crowded entry. The staff is knowledgable and friendly, and they have a coat closet where I was able to store my suitcase while eating brunch on the way to the airport.
When you're with a group, the shared sweets (like the cinnamon rolls!) are worth the extra cash for the pure gooey goodness. The quality of all of their ingredients is superb, and many are sourced locally from New York and New Jersey. At Hundred Acres, you'll be guaranteed some great, neighborhood food in a modern, updated version of grandma's country kitchen.