Satellite Technology News

powered by google

Satellite Spotlight:  

Satellite Technology RSS Feed
Share

TMCNet:  Fad� Irish Pub & Restaurant Introduces new Snacks to Pair with Refreshing Draught Beers

[February 05, 2013]

Fad� Irish Pub & Restaurant Introduces new Snacks to Pair with Refreshing Draught Beers

Atlanta, GA, Feb 05, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Buckhead staple Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant has a new "Chip Shop" and Snack and Share menu, offering more shareable bites made from scratch with high-quality ingredients.

"Fadó is a great gathering spot that offers something for everyone," said Brian Russell, general manager. "We realize people may not ask 'what are we having tonight, Mexican, Italian or Irish ' but they do want a place where they can share some great food with friends while they grab a pint," he added.

Small plates on the Snack and Share menu include: Slow roasted pork belly with a Magners Cider reduction ($7.95) Stuffed cheese puffs, house made with jalapeno jack cheese filling ($5.95) Harp Lager mac and cheese with rashers, garden peas and a Parmesan breadcrumb topping ($5.95) Perfect for an after work bite and late night snacking, guests can also indulge in the new "Chip Shop" (fries) with an assortment of side sauces and toppings: Chips with two sauces with a choice of thick cut chips or natural thin cut chips ($4.95). Sauce options include: Guinness mayo, red chili aioli, Marie Rose sauce, roasted garlic mayo, Guinness BBQ sauce, peppercorn sauce and curry sauce.

Topped chips with a choice of thick cut chips or natural thin cut chips ($6.95). Topping options include: fresh rosemary and parmesan tossed, black pudding and chimichurri, Harp Lager cheese sauce and bacon (add $1) and pulled lamb and peppercorn sauce (add $1).

Perhaps most well-known for pouring the best pint of Guinness in Buckhead, Fadó proudly serves more Guinness than any other bar or pub in Atlanta. In addition to Guinness, the Fadó beverage menu includes an extensive selection of beers that are an excellent addition to any appetizer order. A few craft and international draught options include: Smithwick's Irish Ale (Ireland, 4.5% abv) SweetWater Festive Seasonal (Georgia, 8.6% abv) Newcastle Brown Ale (England, 4.7% abv) Sierra Nevada Torpedo (California, 7.2% abv) The restaurant has also updated their entrées and traditional Irish fare for guests who are craving heartier options. While classic items such as the fish and chips ($15.95), Shepherd's pie ($13.95) and corned beef and cabbage ($13.95) are still available, Fadó has put a new spin on its boxty dish, offering a Gaelic steak boxty, flamed in brandy with onion and mushroom and topped with a green peppercorn sauce.

Over the next six weeks, Facebook fans and guests who are signed up for the restaurant's newsletter will receive a different offer each week with special promotions and incentives to try the new menu.

About Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant Fadó (pronounced fuh-doe) Irish Pub and Restaurant was the first Irish pub to be designed and constructed in Ireland and shipped and installed in Atlanta. Fadó is distinguished by its genuine Irish hospitality, quality of its pints and craic (pronounced 'crack', a uniquely Irish form of fun). Fadó has been voted 'Best Of' by a number of local and national publications. Get more information by visiting the pub's website, Facebook page, or by following Fadó on Twitter.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Fado/newmenu/prweb10401527.htm PRWeb.com

[ Satellite Spotlight's Homepage ]


blog comments powered by Disqus

FREE Satellite eNewsletter

Subscribe to our free weekly Satellite Spotlight eNewsletter!

Get the latest expert news, reviews & resources. Tailored specifically for Satellite Technology and Communications.

Satellite Technology White Papers

Innovative Features Mean Major Savings for Cellular Operators Using Satellite Backhaul
With the rising cost of satellite bandwidth and the need for more of it to support an ever increasing number of voice, data and now video services, operators must seek ways to reduce both their hardware investment costs and operating expenses, especially when fierce competition forces them to provide these new services without raising their rates.

Satellite Technology Features