|Surveying the carnage - Media dinner at P'cheen|
|Mike's Bone Lick BBQ|
|Just Trust Us Appetizer - Meatballs and Ghost Pepper Sauce|
|Wednesday Night Low Country Boil|
Amazing that we could find room for dessert, but of course we did. I can't hear chocolate and peanut butter in the same sentence without swooning. Fortunately my fellow diners also dove in heartily, so I managed to get a few bites without going bananas! And yes, it was just as good as I'd hope for with a reasonably light whipped consistency rather than the denseness you might expect from peanut butter.
P'cheen has a dark lounge-like hangout vibe and is home to quirky art and eclectic music from DJ's playing tunes ranging from 80's to reggae to trip hop. Co-owner, Liverpool born Keiran Neely even spins on Saturday nights. So come for the intriguing food and cocktails/beer menu and stay for the vibe. It's the kind of place that breeds loyalty, and I can imagine it could be the kind of place where with time everyone really would know your name.
Happy birthday, P'cheen! It's good to know that Atlantans have a taste for something out of the Southern cookie cutter norm.
P.S. Ever wonder where they got that crazy name? P'cheen is Gaelic for moonshine!
*Full disclosure: Although my meal was comped, I always endeavor to offer my unbiased opinion of the experience!