Ok, so perhaps P’cheen’s new menu and remodeled interior are not exactly what Bob Dylan had in mind, but big things are happening!
The Old Fourth Ward pioneers who recently brought Atlanta Bone Lick Barbecue and Edgewood Speakeasy are now laser-focused on their eight-year-old first child, P’cheen.
The changes at the N. Highland Ave. restaurant and bar involve both the menu and the interior. And to be clear, both the new menu and remodel are complete! So take a look at the info below and get over there to experience the new P’cheen for yourself.
Let’s address the food first. The fact is, P’cheen’s owner and executive chef, Alex Friedman, is incredibly talented. (He even recently appeared on the Food Network’s “Chopped”!) The new menu, created by Alex himself, will allow this award-winning chef to truly showcase his skills in the kitchen – and we all get to benefit.
The menu includes small- to mid-sized sharable plates ranging from $4 to $12. Chef Alex will continue to use the finest seasonal, market-driven ingredients that are sourced locally.
A sampling of new menu items (photos below) includes:
- BBQ Octopus, Fresh Lemons, Cured Olive, Feta
- Pork Belly Nigiri, Seaweed Salad, Wasabi
- Pan Fried Frog Legs, Granny Smith Apples, Calvados, Tarragon
- Turtle Soup, Lemon and Madeira
- Portabella, Hoisin Meatloaf Burger, Choice of Cheese
- Lamb Belly Ravioli, Green Peas, Fava Beans, Fried Leeks
P’cheen’s new menu will also include reinvented, smaller versions of their staples including Sweet & Spicy Thai Wings, Coconut Curry Mussels, and Guinness Beer Battered Fish & Chips. Every Wednesday, P’cheen will offer the wildly popular full-sized Springer Mountain Fried Chicken entree for $10. The kitchen will stay open late nightly – serving until midnight Tuesday through Thursday, and until 1am on Friday and Saturday.
And now on to the remodeling…
The Georgiaville Food Company restaurant group, which includes P’cheen, Bone Lick BBQ, Pizzeria Vesuvius, and Edgewood Speakeasy, partnered with restauranteur Jeff Myers (Top Flr, SoundTable) to breathe new life into P’cheen. Jeff understands the P’cheen brand and the Old Fourth Ward. His vision for P’cheen led to a new bar top, relocated lounge area, and a completely new color palate to enhance the restaurant’s already incredible night scene. DJs will continue to be a part of the fabric at P’cheen every Thursday through Sunday.
P’cheen is making a couple of other big changes as well. The restaurant is now closed on Mondays and open for lunch on Saturday and Sunday only. Also, P’cheen is now a no smoking restaurant.
Take a look at what the good folks at Atlanta Magazine had to say about the changes and head over to see and taste it for yourself!