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Scout Notes: For a decade, Meehan's has been proving that a casual Irish pub needn't be synonymous with greasy chips and an ashtray-scented environment. Yes, sadly, many an "Irish pub" could just as easily be called "smoky dive bar with a shamrock motif," but the 101 Concepts pub has been bucking this reputation with a family-friendly atmosphere, a handsome (nonsmoking!) interior, a roster of craft beer mixed in with Irish standards, and a kitchen staff with some serious chops. And nary a cheesy leprechaun figurine — or an ashtray — in sight. If typical, greasy pub grub is what you seek, look anywhere else in Sandy Springs. Those chefs we mentioned? They've got some hardcore fine dining experience, and they put that know-how to good use in the kitchen, creating Irish favorites with innovative twists. Using a winning combination of creativity, talent, and a few local ingredients, the kitchen churns out hearty, comforting crowd favorites, like a bison, beef, and sausage meatloaf, traditional bangers and mash, shepherd's pie, and a damn respectable burger. Pair that with a nice, tall stout, and you've got yourself a taste of true pub culture. Mmm... tastes like corned beef. Menu Highlights: Meehan's Sampler Platter, $12 Scotch Egg, $7 Meehan's Burger, $12 101 Meatloaf, $16 Fish & Chips, $10-$15 Hours: Monday - Saturday, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 a.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.
GO BIG GREENIrish history may span beyond such things as the Shepherd's Pie or a heaping pile of Fish and Chips, but that's the kind of stuff that Jack has retained. And in his blissful culinary ignorance, he found us $30 to spend on those Green Isle goodies for just $15, at Meehan's Public House in Sandy Springs or Vinings.MEEHAN'S PUBLIC HOUSEThank goodness Jack doesn't keep his nose stuck in his schoolbooks, otherwise we'd miss out on some of the best hands-on things to do in the city... including eating authentic Irish pub food at Meehan's. And whether your favorites are the aforementioned Irish classics or you'd rather sink your teeth in a juicy BLT, Meehan's is your across-the-pond-answer for just plain good food. They offer guests a full menu of classic Irish fare with a gourmet touch as well as a comfortable and lively atmosphere perfect for the after work crowd, families and those out and about or visiting Atlanta for the first time. Join them for brunch, lunch, happy hour, dinner, late night fun and both corporate and private events.ReviewsTilia M. on Yelp:Love this place, love the food; nice beer selection, and the service is pretty good most days. I've only ever been here with groups from work, but each time the service was on point and the finger foods where very tasty. Typical bar food/atmosphere with an Irish-y flare.Try the pretzel, french fries, and fried pickles. They have decent wings as well.Megan K. on Yelp:I came here and sat on the upstairs patio. It was BEAUTIFUL outside, I'd much recommend the patio if the weather's nice. There were a few guys playing acousitc guitar music which was nice background to sit and chat over dinner. I ordered the Shephard's Pie, which was delicious. Loved the mashed potatoes on top, they were a little golden crispy but delicious mashed potatoes on the inside. The service was good enough. My dinner date had fish and chips and finished their plate up, so I assume that was satisfying as well. I'd come here again. it was pretty happening for a friday night at 930. I'm eager to try some more of their pub fare.