Where To Eat



Acre celebrates Southern hospitality and the fresh harvest provided by the local community. Highlighting new Alabama cuisine inspired by our Southern heritage, the food is responsibly grown, harvested, sourced, and prepared by a staff that enjoys the extra dedication and labor required by our type of food. The menu moves with the rhythms of the seasons and the unpredictability of the harvest. Our food and service is casual but clean and focused. Chef David Bancroft collaborates with the Auburn University Meat Lab and local ranchers to allow sourcing of responsibly farm-raised meat. He also searches and finds the freshest seafood, with special emphasis to fish and shellfish from the Gulf Coast. Full bar available. Reservations recommended.

Wheelchair Accessible

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210 East Glenn Avenue
Auburn, AL 36830
Hours of Operation
  • Lunch Hours: Tue-Sat: 11am-3pm, Sun: 10am-2pm | Dinner Hours: Mon-Thur: 5pm-9pm, Fri-Sat: 5pm-10pm

Famous Dishes

Alabama Butcher's Board

Acre is a delightful anachronism -- a restaurant with sophisticated charm and re-purposed architectural details serving stylishly modern food with roots deep in Southern soil. Good traditions for good people, a neighborhood place perfect for conducting business, relaxing with friends or making memories with family. Try the Alabama Butcher's Board, compiled of 4 house cured meats, pickles, pecan mustard and benne crackers.

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