Burp Castle

burp castleThis is an odd and sorta cute medieval looking bar that calls itself the “temple of beer worship”. Beer connoisseurs certainly can revere the beer selection: 12 draft and 40 bottled beers from Europe, some of which are well known imported staples with around 10% alcohol, like Delirium Tremens, Duvel and Chimay. The music is Gregorian chants. The bartenders are dressed as monks and they will shush the crowd from time to time. But, in a place with “Burp” in its name, it’s kinda hard to take a silencing monk seriously.

Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday, 5 p.m.–8 p.m., free fries served from the yummy Pomme Frites, located around the corner.

Hours: Mon-Fri, 5pm-midnight; Sat-Sun, 4pm-2am   212-982-4576

41 E. 7th St., nr. Second Ave., NY 10003  212-982-4576

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Filed under beer specialty, dive, East Village, outdoors

One response to “Burp Castle

  1. bryn

    I really dig your blog, and check up on it everyday. Just wanted to say thank you.

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