Brunch is important because it tides over appetites until dinner and gives poets another word to rhyme with “munch.” Enjoy the art of eating with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$29 for brunch for two (a $62 total value) $55 for brunch for four (a $124 total value)
Each person receives the following:
- One entree, which comes with two drinks (up to a $15 value each)
- Two additional drinks (up to an $8 value each)
Entrees include a cheesy breakfast pizza, chocolate-chip buttermilk pancakes, and amaretto-brioche french toast. Choose from drinks such as mimosas, screwdrivers, or bloody marys. See the full brunch menu. Brunch is available 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
When The Hill first opened, people speculated that Heidi and Spencer Pratt of The Hills were behind the venture. That was just a rumor. The spot actually takes its name from its neighborhood, not the Los Angeles reality show. Now that the initial mystery surrounding The Hill has lifted, the pub has become a neighborhood go-to for catching the game while sipping drinks and devouring philly sliders, baskets of crispy tater tots, and pots of fondue.
A Reflection of Murray Hill
As New York Times reporter Jeff Vandam explains, Murray Hill is a hard neighborhood to pin down. Quiet rows of brownstones and apartment buildings contrast with a lively pub scene geared toward the 20-somethings who have recently become more of a fixture in recent years. Like the neighborhood it calls home, The Hill has somewhat of a split personality. From afternoon to early evening, it is predominantly a sports bar, with more than 25 high-definition televisions broadcasting live games in the bar and upstairs lounge. As soon as the action wraps up, though, things start to get interesting. Candlelight replaces the flickering glow of television screens, and the bar transforms into a stylish lounge for Murray Hill’s sophisticated set.
An Upscale Pub Setting
The Hill welcomes postcollegiate fans to cheer on their alma maters in a setting that's far more refined than that of a typical sports bar. Chandeliers glimmer overhead, and leather cushions line long booths. Polychromatic planks of wood line the walls on both floors, giving guests something interesting to admire when the bartenders take a break from stirring lemon-drop martinis or pouring glasses of watermelon sangria.
79% of 399 customers recommend
“The atmosphere is amazing, the food is awesome, and the service was great”
“The drinks are great but the food can be better.”
“Great food! Great service, friendly staff.”
416 3rd Avenue
New York, NY 10016