A nation’s cuisine helps to define its cultural identity, from British fish ‘n’ chips to Atlantean sea-cucumber sandwiches. Dabble in international edibles with today’s Groupon for upscale international pub fare at P’Cheen. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get dinner for two (up to a $50 total value) that includes:
- Two entrees (up to an $18 value each)
- Two drinks (up to a $7 value each)<p>
- For $48, you get dinner for four (up to a $100 total value) that includes:
- Four entrees (up to an $18 value each)
- Four drinks (up to a $7 value each)<p><p>
P’Cheen culls flavors from an international array of comfort foods, indulging taste buds with a rotating seasonal menu of elevated culinary classics that garnered praise from Atlanta magazine in 2009 and City’s Best. Exclusively harvesting free-range, hormone- and antibiotic-free meats, chefs cook up entrees including the lobster tacos, whose chipotle sour cream, cilantro cipollini relish, and heirloom salsa fuse their flavors into a culinary hive mind, bringing all hungry and impressionable diners under their sway. Meanwhile, Guinness-battered strips of Icelandic cod manifest their independent streak by netting themselves a side of English-style chips to create the iconic fish ‘n’ chips. Nestled amid a pastoral field of microgreens, pan-fried slices of pork picatta either don a lemon-caper cream sauce or wool frock depending on the fashion season.
Clinking glasses overflow with samples from P’Cheen’s drink selection, including such craft beers as the hop-laden Smuttynose IPA and the potent Victory Golden Monkey, which weighs in at 9.5% alcohol and 4.6% angel tears by volume. Corks fly out of the bottles that fill P’Cheen’s cellar of international wines, and the bar’s cocktail choices include the refreshing Spring Fizz, a blend of effervescent cava, elderflower, and lemon. Guest DJs and live bands fill the dining room’s aural real estate on select nights to serenade off-duty sundial technicians, and walls strain under the weight of the local-artists’ works that adorn them.
The moonshine is always flowing at P'cheen. Bartenders at this local bistro create seasonal cocktails from a selection of 10 or more moonshines, with flavors that include cherry, apple pie, and black tea. They also serve a full list of classic cocktails, such as the speakeasy old fashioned—a mix of bourbon, angostura + orange bitters—and craft beers. In the kitchen, chef Alex prepares a menu of international fusion dishes that complement the throwback libations. His specialties change with the season, since he sources many of his ingredients locally, but may include gazpacho made with local veggies, Guinness-battered fish and chips, and braised short ribs. Brunch is a favorite among regulars, with bottomless mimosas and a good mix of breakfast and lunch foods.
What some people are buzzing about:
84% of 134 customers recommend
“the BBQ is awesome the pull porked sandwich was tender and bursting with flavor and hardly used any of their signature BBQ sauces!”
“AMAZING Food!! The fried chicken is WONDERFUL! Great service and great atmosphere! We will be back.”
“stay for a while...great place....”