Bubby's High Line

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Details
73 Gansevoort St (at Washington St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 206-6200
American, Café
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 8:00 AM–1:00 AM Fri–Sat: 8:00 AM–4:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • It's Friday- treat yourself. Bubby's High Line have introduced a new sundae. With 16 scoops (yes, 16), pretzels, pecans, peanuts, choclate-chip cookie crubs, sprinkles & cream, it's a winner.
  • Awesome place... Yummy nachos are very filling for one person...
  • Obtain the fried pies from the sweet bar. Their meats are so pure and tasty. Mac and cheese is a great side. They also make a great root beer.
  • The apple pie must be made by the hand of God. Yum! And the burger was pretty delicious too!
  • Homemade pumpkin ice cream is delish!
  • Ridiculous wait for mediocre food.
  • Whats better than pastries, sandwiches, and ice cream while on the High Line? Open around the clock this place is amazing. Pretty soon, it will also be pleasing Whitney Museum goers.
  • Amazing breakfasts: pancakes, eggs benedict. Had no limonades in the morning unfortunately(
  • Ample Hills ice cream is now the proverbial "Party in the back".
  • Nothing makes me feel better than an old-fashioned, ice cream soda and a slice of apple pie. Bobbys is dedicated to preserving the wholesome feel and recipes of classic Americana.
  • O restaurante um charme, no Chelsea que um bairro timo para passear no comeo da High Line, a comida excelente e um liugar de gente jovem e bonita, recomendo
  • tima opo para brunch!!
  • Lentill burger, and the rest are just perfect! And i have been a witness of a love scene
  • Sunday 1pm. 20 min wait for table of 2. Kale salad $13 with smoked salmon $7. Canyon Ranch soda housemade with cucumber, lemon and lime $5 get it without sugar
  • Pit stop obrigatrio depois de uma volta no high Line
  • Everything on the menu was pretty great but you must leave room for pie. We had the cherry pie, it was amazing. Book ahead or expect a long wait on weekends
  • A great place for brunch. Good if you're taking young children but get there early (before 10am) to make sure you get a table.
  • Try the cr'nish (croissant knish),
  • Horrendous service. Hope you have some time to kill because at this point an afternoon brunch is starting to look like an early dinner. Manager needs to be replaced.
  • Bit pricey but given its convenient location near the High Line, it is worth it. Bubby's breakfast was delicious - their biscuit with butter and jam was so yummy.