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Address: 701 Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
Building: 701-5
Neighborhood: Inman Park / Little Five Points
Specifics: Eclectic, Food, Hipster, Pub
Phone: 404-529-8800
Website: www.pcheen.com
Credit Cards: Yes
Nightlife Global pub fare in the Poncey-Highlands.
Restaurants Eclectic global menu, quality brews.

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Canned Irony
Posted by:  Josh Green

Damn it, I wish I loved PBR. Drinking this lifeblood for cheap-asses could literally save most casual bar-goers I know about $200 monthly. Every unpretentious bar in A-town hawks it for about $2 per gallon. Unfortunately, it tastes like a liquefied garden hose sucked through a dead burro's teats. Southern hipsters seem to love it, or at least the ironic look of it in their paws. I find Pabst tolerable if chilled to near-freezing (tiny icebergs within are a good sign), and guzzled while standing near a heat source (read: barbeque) or a DJ whose can is bigger than yours. Even then it's drinking for purpose, not joy.

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Spanning the Basket
Posted by:  Josh Green

P'cheen, the Old Fourth Ward's hippest nightspot, is a celebration of culinary diversity and damn-strong beers. Their high-gravity list, which evolves to something else each time I'm there, touts an array of the eye-crossing stuff. For the more patient drinker, I'd advise you set down your $2 PBR once in a while and grab a Boddingtons, priced right for a 20 oz. slugger at $5. Like everybody, I can't keep my hands off The Big Ass Basket of Pommes Frites, which at $4 comes straddled with three dipping sauces. The entrees span the globe, from Guinness-Battered Fish n' Chips ($12) to Chipotle Roast Chicken paired with Herbed Yukon Gold Potatoes ($13). On random nights I've heard inventive DJs raising the roof. Which sucks because I live above it.

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