And who is Bruce, you ask? Only the beloved and long-awaited offspring of Bessie, the mascot of The Sunburnt Cow. The MooLifeGroup is throwing Bruce's first birthday at The Sunburnt Calf on the Upper West Side this Friday, April 1st. When you RSVP and bring $10 cash to the door, it's all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink for two hours. That's right - I said 10 bucks. We all know the downtown spot has long been offering the $20 two-hour open bar, and we're ecstatic they're bringing it (and an even better deal) to the UWS. The hours are only from 6:30-8:30 or 8:30-10:30, but that's more than enough time to get you well-fed and well-oiled for a great Friday night. Don't forget to tip your bartenders - we don't want this to be a one-time thing!
The Sunburnt Cow
Cuisine: Australian/Pub Fare
Price Range: Inexpensive
137 Avenue C
(between East 8th and 9th Street)
New York, NY 10009
The Sunburnt Cow is a refreshingly different Alphabet City watering hole with a flair for all things Aussie. Attracting an eclectic mix of LES revelers, the Cow lassos a steady following with its rainbow of unique, well priced cocktails like the tangy Wildberry Moo-jito. Friendly ‘tenders from Down Under muddle fresh fruit before your eyes and are liberal with the liquor – giving you an even better bang for your buck. From the same people who brought you Bondi Road on Rivington, the Sunburnt Cow is a fun spot that just happens to serve some very good eats. With a variety of tapas-style Australian offerings, the unexpected bar menu takes on a bistro flair. Kiwi Jalapeno Salsa adds a delicious twist to the tender, Calamari Oz Style, while the Lamb Burger is complemented by a yummy eggplant and sweet onion chutney. Barbie purists will enjoy the tender hanger Steak Sandwich. The Cow also offers an excellent value by way of The Counter Meal. This deal includes an appetizer, choice of entrée, and one of their stellar desserts.