Bill's Bar & Burger - CLOSED

★★★★★
  • 22 9th Ave

    New York, NY 10014

    Cross street: West 13th Street

    Map & Directions
  • 212-414-3003

About Bill's Bar & Burger

Hours
Sun-Tue 11:30am-12am, Wed 11:30am-1am, Thu 11:30am-2am, Fri-Sat 11:30am-4am
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I've eaten at a lot of burger places and I have to say the burger here is perfection. I'm a burger purist so I enjoy mine with just the meat and maybe a pickle and some ketchup. Without all the noise, Bill's burger is definitely the best

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★★★★★

I've eaten at a lot of burger places and I have to say the burger here is perfection. I'm a burger purist so I enjoy mine with just the meat and maybe a pickle and some ketchup. Without all the noise, Bill's burger is definitely the best

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Very little comes cheap in the Meatpacking District save for eye candy and lots of rejection, but Bill?s Bar is an anomaly. Bringing more dignity albeit less character to the joint than former occupant, Hog Pit, Bill?s Bar & Burger offers a rocked out no-frills burger bar, with juicy Pat LaFrieda (Shake Shack, Minetta Tavern) burgers (mushroom & swiss for $7), crisp fries, old-fashioned shakes ($6) and for the guilty, salads.

B.R. Guest?s quicker filler upper?-pre-clubbing or for nearby Googlers and Apple employees? break spot-?comes outfitted with gray velvety seats around the bar, an industrial gritty rocker bar scene in front and larger old tire shop-looking backroom with table seating. Checks come on tiny clipboards given by a young hipstery staff. A juicy burger and shake comes out to just under $15. The shake is nostalgic, thick and tall (spiked, if you wish) topped with heavy unsweetened whipped cream. Luckily the crowd looks better than that come nightfall. For more of that, check out Steve Hanson?s second Bill?s Bar & Burger at 45 Rockefeller Center this summer. Perfect time for something tall and beautiful.

2
★★★★☆

Very little comes cheap in the Meatpacking District save for eye candy and lots of rejection, but Bill?s Bar is an anomaly. Bringing more dignity albeit less character to the joint than former occupant, Hog Pit, Bill?s Bar & Burger offers a rocked out no-frills burger bar, with juicy Pat LaFrieda (Shake Shack, Minetta Tavern) burgers (mushroom & swiss for $7), crisp fries, old-fashioned shakes ($6) and for the guilty, salads.

B.R. Guest?s quicker filler upper?-pre-clubbing or for nearby Googlers and Apple employees? break spot-?comes outfitted with gray velvety seats around the bar, an industrial gritty rocker bar scene in front and larger old tire shop-looking backroom with table seating. Checks come on tiny clipboards given by a young hipstery staff. A juicy burger and shake comes out to just under $15. The shake is nostalgic, thick and tall (spiked, if you wish) topped with heavy unsweetened whipped cream. Luckily the crowd looks better than that come nightfall. For more of that, check out Steve Hanson?s second Bill?s Bar & Burger at 45 Rockefeller Center this summer. Perfect time for something tall and beautiful.

Pros: Pat LaFrieda Burgers, Spiked Shakes, Hipstery Feel

Cons: Loud, Especially at Night

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There's been so much recent hype about Bill's Bar & Burger that we had to try it out. Before reviewing the meal - we spent $30 on two burgers, fries, and two beers...which is amazing for NYC.

Cheeseburger was good and the fries were perfect. Doesn't stack up to the shackburger, but well worth it. Location is excellent as well. One downfall - they won't cook to order. Each burger is cooked to the same temperature (or so it seems).

Worth going to, both for the price and location.

2
★★★★☆

There's been so much recent hype about Bill's Bar & Burger that we had to try it out. Before reviewing the meal - we spent $30 on two burgers, fries, and two beers...which is amazing for NYC.

Cheeseburger was good and the fries were perfect. Doesn't stack up to the shackburger, but well worth it. Location is excellent as well. One downfall - they won't cook to order. Each burger is cooked to the same temperature (or so it seems).

Worth going to, both for the price and location.

Pros: Tasty burger, great fries

Cons: Too much hype

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The service was great. Very attentive and friendly. The manager came to our table to introduce himself and make sure everything was OK. The menu is not for those looking for a healthy meal but if you want a great burger and some fries or a brownie sundae, this is the place.

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★★★★★

The service was great. Very attentive and friendly. The manager came to our table to introduce himself and make sure everything was OK. The menu is not for those looking for a healthy meal but if you want a great burger and some fries or a brownie sundae, this is the place.

Pros: juicy burgers with fresh toppings, great service

Cons: very crowded

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this place is really good, they are very attentive(the manger even came over to us and introduced herself)i had the classic with cheese,the fat cat and a hot dog they were all top quality and perfectly cooked. i will be back soon

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★★★★★

this place is really good, they are very attentive(the manger even came over to us and introduced herself)i had the classic with cheese,the fat cat and a hot dog they were all top quality and perfectly cooked. i will be back soon

Pros: juicy burgers

Cons: no root beer or black cherry soda

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Housed in the space that was once the Hog Pit, this Meatpacking District burger joint and bar attracts everyone from the neighborhood scenesters to late night drinkers to burger aficionados. We'll set the record straight right now: Bill's…

 

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