Great place in an interesting former mill building. The food and service were exceptional with a great menu
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We had the bacon jam pimento (order extra bread for it), kale and apple salad, and tomato braised meatballs, all of which were quite tasty.
We've eaten brunch and dinner here and are more enthusiastic about the former. For our most recent dinner, the food was uninspiring and the service a bit haphazard, although very friendly. Not cheap, as is usually the case with "small plates" places. Kale salad was...More
Best tartare we had all trip. Great interpretation of the dish. The other share plates are also very good, but are not huge. We ordered 6 plates amongst 4 people, are that was sufficient.
We were recommended this restaurant and were really excited because it is a very cool space and the menu looked delicious. There was an hour wait, but we actually snuck in early because of a cancellation they had had, which was awesome. The host was...More
Had dinner to celebrate my birthday at Acorn. The menu is not very big and has small plates to share and had 3 large plates to share. We had the kale and apple salad, and the duck confit small plates to share which were both...More
We sat inside and the only downside was there was a loud celebration above us in an open space with a lot of hooting and hollering - fun for them not so much for us! Hard to hear. But the meal and service itself was...More
There were 4 of us and we shared 6 "small" plates. The Kale Salad was great. Even my husband who is not crazy about salads and certainly not kale loved it. The shrimp and grits was likewise wonderful as was the beef tartar. We ordered...More
My wife and I had a delicious dinner at Acorn last night. We shared four small plates—two veg and two protein. All were excellent, but the kale salad and duck confit were our favorites. The service was attentive without being intrusive. It was excellent overall,...More
First, it would be hard to beat the atmosphere for a fun and lively place to eat. The setting is terrific, especially if you enjoy eating outdoors. I believe this is the sister restaurant to "Oak" (Boulder), but Oak has more consistent service and food....More