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A new contender for “best burger in Bermuda” has burst onto the scene. With a memorable name and an even more memorable menu, Bulli.Social is serving up something for everyone.

This versatile joint boasts ultra juicy ground beef patties, innovative hot dogs and even the artery-clogging French-Canadian staple, poutine: crispy French fries topped with mounds of squeaky cheese curds and thick brown gravy. There’s plenty for greens-eaters too, with several specialty salads and their beloved sweet chili slaw.

Bulli.Social exudes a confident coolness with a bold, stylish menu that is literally painted right on the wall. Creative flavours and entertaining names make ordering your meal an exciting affair. The main attraction is, of course, the gourmet burger. Topped with piles of fresh ingredients and served on locally baked brioche buns, Bulli.Social’s signature grass fed patties are a delight to behold. The crowd-favorite, “Bulls’ Eye”, features smoked beef brisket, tomato, American cheese, fried egg and their insanely popular bacon jam. You can’t go wrong with the grilled Le Coq Sportif either - it’s topped with zesty chili pesto, Brie and avocado. Everything is perfectly portioned to leave you just shy of a food coma.



Exotic “dawgs” are served in soft, pillowy croissants and covered liberally in a variety of unusual toppings, from tempura green onion to pepperoni crème fraîche. They’ve also one-upped the classic grilled cheese, combining flavourful smoked brisket and tart green apple with the knockout trio of Brie, Boursin and mature farmhouse cheddar. Wildly tempting small bites, including firecracker baby squid and bison balls, round out their decidedly different selection. The kitchen’s attention to detail is striking, from the artfully arranged serving trays and cast iron dishware to the mini buckets of fries. Even the takeout containers are top quality.

Since opening in August 2016, Bulli.Social has quickly become a favorite place to eat, drink and chill. Praised for its relaxed, sociable vibe and prime location, this eatery is an ideal meeting spot. It’s just a quick stroll from the Hamilton bus and ferry terminals, with a scenic outdoor terrace neighboring Queen Elizabeth Park. The trendy alfresco seating area with festive ornaments, circular high-top tables and shady awnings is a lively lunch destination on sunny afternoons.

On Fridays, mingle and chitchat with the locals or grab a seat at the brick bar for a better view of the happy hour action. Garden parties featuring live music and DJs are yet another reason to schedule Bulli.Social into your weekend activities. There’s always fun to be had, whether you’re starting off your night with post-work cocktails or recovering from the night before with an 11am Bloody Mary and “Hangover” poutine: fries smothered in veal and pork sausage, smoked jalapeno, fried egg, candied bacon, cheese curds and gravy. We’re drooling just thinking about it.

7 Queen Street

Reservations are not required.
Restaurant Hours: Mon: 11am-6pm, Tue-Thurs: 11am-8pm, Fri-Sat: 11am-9:30pm
The bar is open late from Tuesday through Saturday.






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