Bubby's High Line is a restaurant serving classic American comfort food. This restaurant opened in 1990 as a simple bakery, selling pies to the local neighborhood. Today, However, Bubby's has expanded to a full-fledged restaurant with multiple locations. The restaurant is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of American food culture. Here, each guest is welcomed as a member of the family and educated about the food they order. At Bubby's, it is important for guests to understand where their food is coming from, who made it and what makes it so good.
Bubby's menu is a tour through the history of American comfort food. Appetizers include buttermilk biscuits, blue cheese potato chips, deviled eggs, artichoke dip, dry rub ribs and buffalo wings. Dinners can be ordered one of two ways. Meals can be ordered off of the standard menu or dinners can be ordered family-style with guests receiving as much as they'd like.
This is a fun place for brunch. It's also the perfect place to start a walk on the Highline. A great place to enjoy New York City.
We were visiting from London and ended a walk along the High Line with Brunch at Bubby's as it never disappoints. The kids loved it. We loved it.
This was our go to brunch / breakfast spot whilst staying in Chelsea. Although the food can be a bit on the pricey side. It is fantastic quality the banana pancakes are a definite must try!
Ate outside as find the inside is too noisy Happened to be a cooler nite but was ok.
Convenient after visiting the Whitney. Food is moderately priced and was good, except dessert. Ice cream with hot fudge; it was not fudge and it wasn't hot, more like chocolate syrup. no expresso available.
Servings were a bit small esp the appetizer of Nachos.
Best spot for an expensive tasty burger in the meatpacking flavor is worth it!
The waitress was very nice & patience. She listened to all food allergies & identified which foods would be appropriate checking with the chef as needed. Food was hot. I especially liked the chicken.
Atmosphere a bit loud. Would have
Appreciated more space between tables.
The food was ordinary. The main appeal was the closeness to the Whitney.
Nicely decorated restaurant with good comfort food choices. Their gluten free options were limited, but that's to be expected for this type of restaurant. Small app portions, but entrees were quite large. Mac and cheese was ok. Entree roasted chicken and salmon were excellent. We did not have dessert. Service was friendly and attentive, especially the host. We had a nice time.
very unorganized, waited a long time to get a server to arrive and take an order, then waited forever for coffee, no refill on coffee offered, food arrived cold, bus boys kept bumping into the table and disrupting the already poor experience.
The food was awesome, great staff, nice ambiance, and the highline is right across!