The Elder Tree Public House has everything you look for in a neighborhood pub: a warm and inviting atmosphere, friendly servers, good comfort food and large TVs for watching the game. It’s also a place where you can get a proper pint – an imperial pint, just like you get across the pond.
Executive chef Sean Culpepper (formerly of Fado) has created a menu of Irish favorites with a local touch. He’s committed to sourcing locally, both meat and produce. The pork chop, one weekend’s special, came from White Oak Pastures in South Georgia.
At this East Atlanta Village pub you’ll find your favorite beers on tap or in bottles. Attentive servers make sure your glass is never empty. Whisky fans will find plenty of choices, and there is Irish coffee for when you want an extra kick-start to your evening.
Skip the diet for one night and order the Irish cheddar dip. Rich and creamy, the dip is served with a toasted baguette. Lamb is one of the highlights on the menu. Try the sliders or the lamb haystack, a hearty sandwich made with shredded lamb. Of course, you can’t go wrong with fish and chips. If you want to end with something sweet order the bread pudding, which is even better when served a la mode.
The Elder Tree offers food and drink specials throughout the week. On Mondays fish and chips are $7. On Wednesdays there are $1.50 PBRs and Miller High Lifes and $5 burgers. On Friday nights and Saturdays during brunch there are drink specials and live music. There are also half price appetizers on Friday and Saturday nights from 10pm to midnight.
The Elder Tree Public House, 469 Flat Shoals Avenue, East Atlanta Village
image from The Elder Tree’s website