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Bill's Off Broadway

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Bill's Off Broadway

725 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122
206-323-7200
Restaurant Details
  • Features Bar/Happy Hour, Cheap Eats, Good for Groups, Late-Night Dining, Outdoor Seating
  • Cuisine Pizza, Pub Grub
Bar Details
  • Features Full Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor Seating
  • Scene Dive, Neighborhood Joint
Read Reviews (10)

Breakfast @ Bill's

An uncrowded brunch on Capitol Hill?! Breakfast pizzas, vanilla stoli french toast and a smattering of traditional breakfast fare. Not gourmet dining by any means, but the price is right and the atmosphere is welcoming. Decent, spicy Bloody Marys, too. I laughed as I drove past Linda's - viewing a 45 minute wait for tables. Guess the secret's not out...yet.
Posted by bug on September 13, 2009 at 12:32 PM · Report this
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Pretty good for Seattle

I'm also from Chicago and nothing here can measure up, however, I find myself stopping at Bill's when I have a pizza craving. I agree about the service problem, some of the servers are GREAT and other ones are horrible. I was once told the water was "self service" when I asked for a glass of water. Uh no, it never was before or after. The waitress that said it seemed very uncaring about customers.
Posted by Chitown Gal on March 13, 2008 at 7:12 PM · Report this

Bad Pizza

Coming from Chicago, I find the pizza at this place disgusting beyond belief. It's not even pizza, it's some sort of dough-based thing covered in about 4 pounds of tasteless, greasy cheese. Some other reviewer said "Stick with the pizza" -- I say stick with the beer, because if you're trashed enough you won't really care how bad the pizza is. Good music though, albeit somewhat predictable (expect New Order to play at least three times during your visit). Service is good.
Posted by no on January 29, 2008 at 11:13 AM · Report this

Nice stop on a pub crawl.. Or a destination

I've never been inside of Bill's sober, maybe to put up a poster or something, but Bill's is great for A) servicable pizza in a drunken emergency (when Hot Mamas isn't available because your ex-girlfriend is holding court there), and B) getting drunk, period. It's a great place stop and have 5 or more drinks with a pal or a date and talk, eat cheese sticks, and maybe a little pizza. It's not gourmet, but it's not pretending to be and really, isn't there enough of that? Kudos to a real neighborhood spot.
Posted by Sizzler on November 20, 2007 at 12:58 PM · Report this

Better Pizza Elsewhere

The pizza here is ok, but inconsistent. The staff mostly rude. The cooks look like they should be put through a car wash. The jukebox is always loud and playing awful country. Better pizza at Hot Mama's for cheaper and no wait. Go to Lindas to drink.
Posted by Not the best on any account on August 3, 2007 at 10:52 AM · Report this

Read the menu CAREFULLY

I wanted a sandwich, so I thought I would get the house sub... BEWARE! the description of subs is one big run-on sentence that seems to be part of the description for the chicken pita, so I missed the all-important fact that it was served open-faced with 7 pounds of melted cheese. Looked like I ate it the day before... still, nice people and a good beer...
Posted by HockeyBoy29 on July 22, 2007 at 11:34 PM · Report this

I can barely remember...

I think I can honestly say that every time I've entered this place there's a gaping hole in my memory when I wake up the next morning with someone's couch fabric pattern imprinted on my face. The pizza is a perfect antidote to what the drinks do to you. They're really good at serving drinks. Really good.
Posted by Andy's liver on June 13, 2007 at 2:46 PM · Report this

real deal

The pita platter is great for staving off a blackout or not wanting to burst your cal. count on lunch. It's like Frites on a pizza level: you don't want to eat the whole thing but you want to remember tomorrow too. Cheap drinks and eats. Be prepared for the exteeeeeme cheese sensation.
Posted by M.F.er Food Eater on May 23, 2007 at 8:19 PM · Report this

A favorite

The pizzas are heavy and most of the time delicious...lots of cheese! But the pizzas do seem to vary in consitency depending on the pizza maker working. Service ranges from "what the fuck to you want" to "how can I please you today", depending on the server. Xena rocks!
Posted by Divine on May 18, 2007 at 2:58 PM · Report this
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