For our gluttonous pleasure, Surly’s bottomless BBQ is here for good.
I don’t believe there are many people that go to a BBQ with the express purpose of gorging themselves with as much meat as possible. To do so would be to intentionally inflict punishment on oneself, and possibly bring about the need to surreptitiously unfasten your top pants button. Unless you came in trackie-dacks, which means you are someone who knows thyself and I respect that. (Featured image: Surly’s/Bodhi Liggett)
To eat so much though, that you end up waddling out of the booth is just one of those things that happen over the course of a barbecue. You chat with your mates, have a drink, and while the conversation is flowing you find yourself thinking about which piece of tender, juicy, slow-cooked meat you’re going to pick next. And then this happens again, and again, and again.
It’s part of the BBQ ritual, which you can now take part in every Friday, Saturday and Sunday of every week at Surly’s American BBQ Tavern.
Capped at two hours, possibly for our own safety or to ensure everyone gets to have a feed, the bottomless BBQ and drinks package sees meat after meat arrive at your table straight from the Ole Hickory smoker.
There will be 8-hour dry-rubbed beef brisket, 12-hour pulled pork, smoked chicken thighs, smoked chicken wings, and Texas hot link sausages. But just like every good American BBQ, sides of pickles, onions, and cornbread will be on the table too.
The $85 you pay for this meat lover’s haven includes enough beer and wine to wash down everything you eat and keep you hydrated.
Booking can be done through Surly’s website, with Bottomless BBQ slots from 12-2pm, 2-4pm, 4-6pm, 6-8pm every day, and also 8-10pm on Fridays and Saturdays only.