It’s time again for one of our favorite annual traditions, Super Ball: Uncle Barry’s annual meatball cook-off.
Come on by this Sunday (1/25) from 4-6pm, for meatballs, beer and the chance to anonymously judge your peers!
$10 at the door gets you meatballs from all 9 professional and amateur chefs as well as a pint of Founders Red’s Rye Ale. What a deal!
With the Super Bowl only a month away, the eyes of a borough are squarely focused on an even more sacred January ritual: It’s time once again for Super Ball, Uncle Barry’s annual meatball cook-off.
If you are interested in participating, click here to for more information or to sign up. Super Ball is one of our favorite events of the year, we hope to see many of you and your balls there.
Although sometimes it feels like Uncle Barry’s predates time itself, it’s actually only been three years. But what a three years its been!
Come celebrate with us this Thursday (Nov. 6) as we ring in another year of bardom with the help of an 8-foot party sub from Park Slope sandwich legends Russo’s as well as 50% off any drinks in the house all night. We’ll be kicking things off around 8:00.
Thank you to everyone who has hung out and supported us over these past three years, this night is for you guys, for without you we would have never made it this far. So come stuff your face with sub and cheap drinks and allow us to appreciate you inside and out.
Coming soon from the Uncle Barry’s collective is Moot Bar, a new drinking establishment located at 579 Myrtle Ave at the intersection of Myrtle and Classon Ave.
Moot Bar, which is expected to open sometime in November, will bring the diverse array of offerings typical of Uncle Barry’s to a comfortable and newly refurbished setting.
Black beer lovers (That is to say lovers of black beer rather than specifically black people who love beer) rejoice!
Uncle Barry’s welcomes a tide of dark seasonal offerings including Ashtray Heart, a smoked porter by the famed Danish gypsy brewer Evil Twin, Bell’s Double Cream Stout and, per annual tradition, Founders Breakfast Stout.
Nothing helps stave off the sadness of a 6:00 sunset like a couple of pints of dark beer!
As the keen weather observer has noticed, summer has given way to fall, and as always Uncle Barry’s menu reflects the inevitability of seasonal change.
A new fall cocktail, the AppleJack Torrance, features its namesake AppleJack brandy along with honey, Averna amaro and orange bitters.
New beer options include a couple of pumpkin beers from Dogfish Head and Weyerbacher, 16-oz tallboy cans of Bell’s Two-Hearted IPA and German brewery Hacker-Pschorr’s excellent Oktoberfest Märzen.
On the lower end of the beer spectrum we’ll be offering up cans of Maryland’s own National Bohemian (‘Natty Boh’ affectionately) for $4 during all Orioles playoff games. The O’s playoff games only happen a couple of times a generation, may as well live it up. In addition to the O’s, we’ll be showing all MLB playoff and World Series games throughout the postseason.