The Vortex’s delicious and festive Irish mule is a winning combo of Jameson whiskey, ginger beer and bitters. Bottoms up!
1. Whether you celebrate at the Buckhead or Midtown location, Fadó Irish Pub serves up noshworthy wings marinated for 24 hours in Guinness barbecue. Tip: Hit the pub with your lads and lassies during happy hour for a round of Jameson Black Barrel Old Fashioneds to wash them all down. @fadoirishpub
2. A trip across the pond for a bite to eat might be out of the question, but a drive OTP to Roswell for Mac McGee Irish Pub’s European-inspired Scotch Egg is always on tap. Think: breaded sausage stuffed with a soft-boiled egg, all fried to perfection. Yes, please! @macmcgeepub
3. Nothing says Irish tradition like a breakfast plate from Meehan’s Public House that’s chock-full of leprechaun-approved eats like rashers and bangers (translation: sausage and ham), beans, soda bread, and black-and-white pudding. Pile all that next to your choice of eggs and you’ve got yourself a morning feast. @meehanspub
4. At Va-Hi’s comfort-food go-to Murphy’s, executive chef Ian Winslade knows that Irish brewski and brisket go together like the Kardashians and salad. A meaty masterpiece like the resto’s famed Guinness braised beef brisket and its flavorful sidekicks—horseradish mashed potatoes, roasted carrots and green beans—earns a dancing Kimoji in our book. @murphysatlanta
5. Raise a glass to the country that gave us a reason to paint the town green at iconic ATL watering hole The Vortex, where the bartenders serve a mean Irish mule (pictured above) filled to the brim with Jameson whiskey, ginger beer and bitters. Cheers! @thevortexatl
6. What’s brunch at West Egg Cafe without a cup of Batdorf & Bronson coffee spiked with Jameson whiskey? Answer: incomplete. For Westside weekenders with a craving for something just a wee bit stronger than ordinary java, a few sips of this pick-me-up is sure to do the trick. @westeggcafe