Instead of your usual weekend routine of brunch at noon followed by a lap or two around Piedmont Park, break out of your rut and head to P’cheen International Bistro & Pub next weekend when they kick off their weekend lunch menu. Pass on the boring benedicts, French toast variations and over stuffed omelets, and load up on tasty pub favorites with a twist as you attempt to cure your morning after blues.
Featuring pub standards with an international flair, this Old Fourth Ward favorite will be offering weekend diners a lunch worthy of a twenty minute wait. With a menu that encompasses quite a bit of the culinary spectrum, from their amazing Thai char-grilled chicken wings to pressed lamb and a fried oyster B.L.T., everyone is sure to find their new favorite dish. If the idea of building your own burger or satisfying your brunch craving with a smoked croque, P’cheen’s version of the French bistro favorite croque-monsieur featuring cured ham, house bacon, smoked provolone and gruyere, a little béchamel and a fried egg on grilled brioche, maybe the thought of washing everything down with bottomless mimosas or a bacon Bloody Mary will. In addition to a menu filled with delicious fare and drinks, Sunday diners will be treated to $.50 oysters perfect for the oyster lovers in your crowd.
So get your crew up early, or sleep late, next Saturday, March 19, 2011 and be one of the first to try P’cheen International Bistro & Pub’s lunch menu starting at noon.
P’cheen International Bistro & Pub is located at 701-5 Highland Ave., Atlanta; www.pcheen.com.