Acme Feed & Seed, the restaurant/bar helmed by partner proprietors Alan Jackson, Steve Moore, George Boedecker and Nancy Russell, is on track to open this month. Celebrated caterer/restauranteur Tom Morales is supervising development of the establishment at 101 Broadway.
Each floor of the three-story building will have a different atmosphere.
The first floor, an updated take on the classic honky-tonk, will offer internationally-inspired street-food such as hot chicken sandwiches, Mexican street corn and Thai shrimp fried rice, all designed by executive chef Matt Farley (The Southern Steak & Oyster, Loveless Café, Noho Star). At night it will transform into a “funky-tonk” grooving to all different genres.
The second floor will be a lounge offering handcrafted cocktails, dishes designed to share, and vintage games.
The third floor will be home to an event and music venue called The Hatchery at Acme. There will also be a rooftop bar.
The building, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, was called the Acme Feed & Hatchery.
Readers will likely recall the proprietors’ other roles: Moore was most recently the CEO of CMA and Russell was Jackson’s longtime manager.
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