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Burp Castle

Map & Directions 41 E. Seventh St.
New York, NY 10003
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212-982-4576
  • Brewery
  • Sun 4pm-12am, Mon-Thu 5pm-12am, Fri 5pm-2am, Sat 4pm-2am
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining

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The walls of Burp Castle depict a most jovial scene of debauchery: bartenders dressed as medieval monks waddling around and serving pints to an eternally laughing crowd of townspeople. The patrons of Burp Castle, though, are comparatively calm as they drink from a regularly rotating tap of Belgian ales, saisons, and pilsners. These beverages are served by a bartender occasionally dressed in monk garb, for added effect; it is no mistake that Burp Castle is the self-anointed "Temple of Beer Worship." On select weekday evenings, free French fries are served: perfect belching material to clear the stomach for another brew.

 
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  • Time Out New York on 03/30/10

    Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays, go to happy hour and get free fries (and dipping sauces) from nearby Pommes Frites.

  • Greg S. on 02/13/10

    Get shushed!

  • Akshay P. on 03/15/09

    If you end up here with someone who doesn't like beer, order them a white beer w/ a splash of whatever lambic is on tap

  • Anthony S. on 01/11/13

    SHUT THE FUCK UP

  • The New Yorker on 01/03/14

    “In the nineties, the bartenders wore monks’ robes and played a soundtrack of Gregorian chants; now it’s more of a reform situation, allowing for jazz and civvies.”

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