I went to Bills Bar & Burger earlier this month and had a great burger for lunch. This place does not disappoint.
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The Meatpacker District has come up in the world, with lots of expensive trendy shops and restaurants. It was a pleasant surprise to find Bill's which is more traditional and affordable, albeit you probably need to like burgers. Very popular, located on the ground floor...More
not sure what else to say. a "diner" burger should be cooked through but still juicy. my patty melt was overcooked and dry. also, the ratio of bread to meat was way off - and not in the good way...
We ended up in this restaurant absolutely starving, around happy-hour time. I can't quite put my finger on it, but there was something about this place I didn't like. The staff were not overfriendly (it doesn't hurt to smile!), but OK nonetheless. The burgers we...More
We stopped in because we wanted to get off our feet after walking the High Line. They were out of the beer that was advertised, and would not let us sit outside unless we ordered a meal. We went in and had nachos and some...More
We were tired and hungry after our long flight to NYC, and this was our first stop... boy were we glad we found this place as the food was delicious, the staff were incredibly friendly, and the beer was cold! We got burgers (the sliders...More
Very popular local eating place. Packed at Saturday lunchtime at time of visit. Not far from the southern end of the The Highline. Very good burger ($9.95). Generous side portions of fries ($5). Drinks are relatively expensive - $11-13 per glass of wine. Bottles $42-50....More