#Beer Hall

Eat Surly To Go!

The Beer Hall and Surly Pizza Upstairs remain closed to the public while we all do our part to get through all of this. We’ve transitioned to offering to-go and delivery via GrubHub for some of our favorites. If you’re stuck working from home and helping the kids with their distance learning, that leaves about negative three hours in your day to cook or meal prep. We can help.

What’s available? Take a look. Highlights:

  • Family-style BBQ options.
  • Pizza! Four of our favorites–the Kevin, the Spicoli, Zoltan, and I’m Your Daddy, available for home consumption. Or just eat it in your car. You’re already doing it, that’s OK.
  • Wings. The Tuesday Beer Hall favorites are now available on days that aren’t even Tuesday. We’re making lemonades out of these lemons, people.

Our current hours of operation are Tuesday-Saturday from 3pm-8pm. We can’t wait to raise a toast with all of you in person, but until then, this is a damn fine substitute. ORDER ALL THE FOOD NOW.

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