The Sunburnt Cow

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Details
137 Avenue C (btwn E 8th & E 9th St)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 529-0005
Australian, Bar, Breakfast
$ $
Hours
Mon: 4:00 PM–Midnight Tue–Thu: 4:00 PM–2:00 AM Fri: 4:00 PM–4:00 AM Sat–Sun: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM

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  • On weekends, $20 scores you two hours of all-you-can-drink boozing (even Fosters and Moo Juice cocktailsfruity concoctions served in baby bottlesare fair game).
  • Their Traditional Australian Mutton Stew was a featured dish at Choice Eats!
  • $20: all you can drink for two hours. Dangerous, but fun.
  • All-you-can-drink mimosas, greyhounds, and bloody marys with brunch. Super cheap, a little divey but good for a large group.
  • Monday $20 all you can drink and eat
  • All you can drink booze and one of the BEST burgers in NYC? Hell yeah. Tell em I sent ya!
  • $18 for brunch including all you can drink! They also have a small outside area in the back which is great on a sunny day!
  • Go here for a major weekend brunch deal: $18 for an entre and unlimited drinks. On Mondays, come for 2-hour all-you-can-eat & drink ($20).
  • Amazing brunch! $18 all you can drink. Enjoy.
  • Way too dark, way too loud ,way too smelly. Brunch menu sucks ass. Coffee is gross and served in dirty mugs.. Time to GTFOH
  • Everything is good, especially the Bloody Mary.
  • Amazing service- everyone here is so friendly! Go for brunch at $18 all you can drink.
  • With $20 unlimited drinks expect your brunch to last 5 hours...
  • Sunburnt Cow has a a good New Zealand beer called Steinlager. Try it out.
  • 20$ all you can drink!
  • Try to score a table in the outdoor area in the back and take advantage of one of the cheaper all you can drink options available. The burger here is great!
  • Try to be seated in the back garden area with a big group for the all you can drink brunch. Well worth the wait!
  • The $20 open bar for 2 hours is awesome. Small place, but the service is friendly and the bartenders are cool - tip well.
  • Try the Heart Attack
  • Lamb balls. No. Really.