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Now Open River North

Bill’s Bar & Burger of New York has made its Chicago debut.  Located inside the Courtyard Marriott River North, the new restaurant marks the sixth location to open nationwide, joining sister properties in New York, Pittsburgh, PA, Lake Charles, LA and Atlantic City, NJ.

“Chicago is a natural fit for our newest location. It complements the Bill’s Bar & Burger brand, offering exceptional cuisine in a casual, laid-back atmosphere,” said Scott Marshall, Senior Vice President of Operations. “We are excited to bring this acclaimed brand to the Midwest.”

Bill’s Bar & Burger is known for delivering a welcoming, low-key environment for guests to enjoy good company, food and an extensive list of local and craft beer. The restaurant first opened its doors in 2009 at Rockefeller Center in New York City – the largest standalone burger joint in the country.  Now operating six locations around the country, Bill’s continues to feed patrons with its craft burger list that includes its signature Bill’s ‘Fat Cat’ Burger that was listed as one of CNN’s “Top 10 Burgers in America”.

The Chicago location will deliver an homage to the city with the Windy City Burger featuring provolone, cheese, Italian beef and giardiniera. It will also offer signature favorites like Crispy Chicken Sandwich featuring applewood bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese and ranch; and The Ultimate Cheeseburger our signature triple decker burger, Vermont cheddar, provolone, American cheese, special sauce, lettuce, tomato and pickles. Every burger, fry and shake are made fresh daily.

Guests can top off the meal with hand-crafted milkshakes, enjoying classic flavors like vanilla, chocolate and strawberry. The restaurant also offers innovative recipes, such as the Campfire with house made toasted marshmallow and vanilla ice cream; 4###sup/sup### of July with red, white and blue vanilla ice cream, cotton candy, and sprinkles; and Bananas Foster with vanilla ice cream, caramelized bananas, caramel, and marshmallow cream among other flavors.

 Photo credit: Landry's


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