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If you're looking for a quintessential Irish pub in the heart of Virginia Highlands, then pull up a stool at Limerick Junction. Select from English and Irish stouts, ales and lagers, or peruse the lengthy list of bottled fare. The selection of aged Scotches and uncommon whiskies is particularly impressive. The small stage, back-dropped by busy Highland Avenue, features live acoustic acts and comedy shows nightly, often accompanied by the high-spirited patrons.
The decor at this no-nonsense Decatur bar is comprised, not surprisingly, mostly of brick. The crowd is diverse, but expect to find at least a spattering of legal workers from the Dekalb County Courthouse just across the way. Featuring local and imported draughts, single malt scotches, small batch bourbons and fine wines, you won't be at a loss for drinking options. A relatively standard bar menu is offered for lunch and dinner with classics like burgers and sandwiches featured at reasonable prices.
The luck of the Irish comes to Atlanta. Swig a pint of ale and scarf a plate of Shepherd's Pie in the cozy, authentic surroundings. The angus beef with mashed potatoes and peas will warm your belly and your soul. While weekdays at the Meehan's is lively with unlimited food, screening of sports matches and band performances, this friendly place doesn't cease to lure guests with its popular brunch fare on the weekend. The tavern also provides catering and banquet room services. See website for menu, events, and other locations.