Beloved temple of beer, sports, and made-from-scratch food (including gloriously cheesy pizza), Bill’s Off Broadway has reopened after a two-year hiatus during which its 100-year-old, one-story building was transformed into a multi-story, mixed-use structure with 95 apartments above it. The menu is a little bigger and there are now 18 beers on tap, but thankfully many of the original fixtures of the humble and charming restaurant remain. “Anybody that has a history with Bill’s Off Broadway is going to walk in there and know they’re in Bill’s Off Broadway,” longtime owner Don Stevens said.
Bill's Off Broadway
725 E Pine St,
Hours: Mon-Thu 11 am-12 am, Fri 11 am- 2 am, Sat 10 am-2 am, Sun 10 am-11 pm
Bar/Happy Hour, Cheap, Dinner, Good for Groups, Late-Night Dining, Lunch, Outdoor Seating
Burgers, Pizza, Pub Grub, Salads
Full Menu, Happy Hour, Snacks Available, Outdoor Seating
Dive Bar, Neighborhood Joint
Mon-Fri 4-7 pm ($4-$7 food menu, $4.50 craft brews, $1 off wells and wines).