Posted on August 26, 2011Posted in: Featured, Food
I photographed Limerick Junction, an Irish pub and restaurant, in the Virginia Highlands neighborhood of Atlanta for the Virginia Highlands Patch newspaper on Tuesday, August 23, 2011. Limerick Junction opened it’s doors in 1988. Originally, the bar and restaurant was one of the only Irish establishments in the Virginia Highlands neighborhood. These are my favorite images of the restaurant.
Limerick Junction is located at 822 N. Highland Ave. and offers patrons table, booth and bar seating, live music from Wednesday until Sunday and a full bar with 13 draft beers.
Limerick Junction serves up the Irish sliders with 100% angus beef, Irish cheddar cheese, leeks and plum tomatoes on four minature buns.
Limerick Junction offers patrons, table, booth and bar seating as well as a full bar with 13 draft beers and live music Wednesday through Sunday.
Limerick Junction serves up the Irish eggrolls with corned beef, pickled cabbage and farmers cheese fried in a eggroll casing with a side of Russian dressing.
Limerick Junction offers patrons a full bar with 13 draft beers, table and booth seating and live music Wednesday through Sunday.
Limerick Junction's bar was imported straight from Ireland. With a few modifications, the bar takes up the entire front wall of the establishment.
Limerick Junction serves up the Guiness barbeque wings with a housemade sauce made from Guiness, celery and housemade blue cheese dressing.
Limerick Junction offers patrons booth seating.