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This very rustic "tavern" is located on the boeardwalsk, in between Caesar and Hard Rock cafe. It is a small restaurant, perfect for a fast meal. Everything is delicoius, prepared in 5 minutes and very very cheap to be in Atlantic City.
I read about this place on Tripadvisor and by coincidence I finished my first half marathon right in front of this place. It is a surprisingly roomy place. I had an excellent souvalki. Definitely returning.
Recommended by a friend, we hit this place for breakfast/lunch and it was really good. It's a down home breakfast-all-day-long (among other things) type of place on the boardwalk - just down the way from Bally's.
The breakfast was good and the gyro the hubby...ordered was very tasty on a nicely toasted pita with delicious sauce.
We'd definitely come back.More
We stopped here for dinner when we tried to go to My Friends Diner instead and they were closed. I had the Gyro dinner, my wife had a pastrami sandwich, they didn’t have the corn beef sandwich. However she loved the sandwich, the pastrami was...spiced really well and it was thinly sliced. Her only complaint was she wished it had more cheese. My daughter had a grilled ham and cheese sandwich, which she said it was OK. My son had the same.More
The breakfast food is very tasty and reasonably priced. It's a small spot covered in dollar bills all around (table, walls, chairs, etc.).They tend to get crowded around noon so be sure to get there early. Staff very friendly. Will continue to visit whenever I'm...in townMore
Of all the places to eat, Bill's was the choice I made for my wife and I for our first meal. The food is fresh and taste incredible. Awesome staff and the owner is upper shelf. Very nice older gentleman. Once you experience this place...you will understand why they have been in business for more than 50 years!More
Yes it is. If you are walking from Caesar's, it is just past Ripley's Believe it or Not museum. It is very small and blends in so look carefully for it. Also, the sign says they never close but it doesn't open until 10:00... More
Yes it is. If you are walking from Caesar's, it is just past Ripley's Believe it or Not museum. It is very small and blends in so look carefully for it. Also, the sign says they never close but it doesn't open until 10:00 AM. Hope this helps!