Bubby’s High Line

Restaurants, American Meatpacking District
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Bubby’s High Line
Photograph: Mirella Cheeseman

Meatpacking clubgoers can grab late-night burgers at the second location of this wildly popular brunch spot. With robin’s-egg blue ceiling and white brick walls, the homey space serves casual American fare like pit-smoked BBQ, chicken and waffles, and biscuits and grits. A takeout window offers the joint's beloved pies (apple-whiskey, pecan-maple), along with tacos and pulled pork sammies into the wee hours.


Venue name: Bubby’s High Line
Address: 73 Gansevoort St
Cross street: at Washington St
Opening hours: Daily 6am–4am
Transport: Subway: A, C, E to 14th St; L to Eighth Ave
Price: Average main course: $22. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Maria M

I went to Bubby's on a busy Sunday afternoon and surprisingly didn't have to wait at all. We were greeted by a friendly hostess and our waitress was just as nice. The food was delicious - we got the eggs benedict with avocado and tomatoes and one of the specials soft shell crab eggs benedict - but it was a little too pricey. They are apparently well known for their fried chicken, and by 2 PM they were out of their lobster rolls and shrimp po boys, so I assume those are a hit too.


Went here on a Saturday night at around 7pm and was expecting to have to wait for a table but the staff got us seated almost immediately. Great atmosphere and excellent traditional American food. A short walk from the Whitney Museum of Art, the High Line and the Chelsea/West Village/Meatpacking area. Great for tourists and locals. A good solid spot.