The New York Marriott Downtown hotel at 85 West Street in Lower Manhattan is thrilled to welcome Bill’s Bar & Burger, the fourth location of Bill’s Bar & Burger, BR Guest Hospitality’s winning restaurant concept, featuring classic American comfort food. Since July 15, its first week of opening, the restaurant has welcomed hundreds of visitors, residents and workers downtown to enjoy its signature flattop griddled burgers, hand-dipped milkshakes and over 100 craft beers.
Bill’s Bar & Burger and Bill’s West Side Bar occupies two spaces within the 497-room downtown hotel. The 400-seat spot, including 235 seats in the main dining room, 14 seats in the outdoor café, and 15 seats at the bar, has a casual vibe thanks to décor, featuring a mix of tin and dark woods, industrial lighting, and art from emerging artists on the walls. A standing counter, sculptural light fixtures and checkered tablecloths add to the nostalgic environment.
Filling out the menu are items ranging from $11-$25, including Bill’s Breakfast Burger, Slow Roasted Pork Tacos, Kansas City Baby Back Ribs, and Bill’s “Fat Cat,” dubbed one of CNN’s Top 10 Burgers in 2013.
The new restaurant in the Financial District is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday-Friday 6:30am-midnight, and Saturday-Sunday 7:00am-midnight. Reservations are accepted. Please visit http://www.billsbarandburger.com for more information.
Bill’s Bar & Burger has three other locations, including NYC’s Meatpacking District, at Rockefeller Center and at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City.
This 497-room New York Marriott Downtown hotel is located in the heart of Wall Street and has recently undergone major renovations to its main lobby. While guest rooms have a more traditional European feel, the sparkling lobby can be described as classic modern. Most of the hotel’s guest rooms and suites have sweeping views of the Hudson River.
The New York Marriott Downtown offers easy access to Wall Street, the South Street Seaport, Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty ferries, SoHo, Greenwich Village, Little Italy, and Chinatown. It is two b