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After a Short Break, Acme Re-Opens Tonight as a French/Italian Restaurant

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The Noho restaurant is now a "contemporary bistro."

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Nick Solares

Just two weeks after closing for a revamp, Acme reopens tonight under the direction of its new chef Brian Loiacono. Jean-Marc Houmard and Jon Neidich opened their original version of Acme in 2012 with a menu of new Nordic cuisine from chef Mads Refslund. Stating tonight, Acme now offers a menu of French and Italian dishes from Loiacono, previously of db Bistro Moderne. "We were looking for a chef that could create a menu that we’d want to order from every night," says Neidich. He adds: "When we met Brian, we instantly knew he was our guy."

A statement for the restaurant notes that decor has gone largely untouched, but we do know the owners did recently take down the former facade. Check out the dinner menu below, and if you happen to stop by, let us know what you think.

Acme Dinner Menu 1.19.16 by Eater NY

ACME

9 Great Jones Street, Manhattan, NY 10012 (212) 203-2121 Visit Website


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