Set in the basement of the Georgian Terrace (you know, the one that hosted that totally bangin' Gone With The Wind premiere party back in the day), P&P wants to serve you the classy cocktails you deserve in a sophisticated, half-subterranean space where street-viewing windows mix with with dark wood and raw steel. Descend the steps and settle into one of the communal tables for snackage like herb-seared grilled cheese w/ waffle chips, shaved prime rib w/ gruyere, and cured meat/cheese plates from the likes of Spotted Trotter, Green Ola Acres, and Decimal Place Farm, whose logs of goat cheese are never perfectly rounded. Every cocktail is barrel-aged, and they avoid "speakeasy schtick" by using modern mixology techniques in original potions like the When I Was Eight (grain vodka, Maison Prunier d’Orange, elderflower liqueur, citrus cream, orange bitters) and the Redemption Rye/ Leopold Bros. fernet/ Demerara/ Boker’s bitters/ lapsang souchong tea Firm Handshake, although drink too many and you won't be getting your hands on anyone's digits. While parking's usually a hassle on that part of Peachtree, P&P patrons get three hours of complimentary valet, something about which, frankly, you do give a damn.
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