The landmark tavern at Five Points in Mercerville was built in the mid-1700s. The exact date is not known, but it is rumored that George Washington and his troops passed by the tavern on their way to the “Battle of Princeton”. In later years, the tavern was owned by many prominent area families and can lay claim to the oldest liquor license issued in Hamilton Township.
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As you walk through the doors of this historic building you'll see friends, neighbors, & folks from work. The menu at Bills is full of pleasing, feel-good food that manages to work for your whole family. Piled – high sandwiches, bread bowls full of soup, barbecued ribs, sizzling steaks, tavern favorites, creative salads and loads of appetizers make it the kind of place that satisfies every person at your table. To top it all off, the menu prices at Bill's will make it your favorite place to come for some terrific food in a relaxing, fun environment. Their friendly staff of servers and bartenders have many years of experience and are ready to provide you with exceptional service.
Whether you want a tasty seafood dinner with your favorite glass of wine or you want to relax and enjoy Monday Night football with a large corned beef Reuben and ice cold draught beer, Bill’s Olde Tavern is the place to go.