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In Ireland the “Fish & Chips Van” is a staple of many a town center, sporting event and usually found near the lively pubs at closing time. It is a fond memory of ours growing up in Ireland. Drink some beer then hit the ‘Chip Van’. Many will agree that there’s not much better than a good feed of fantastic beer battered fresh Cod and hand cut perfectly fried Chips after a few pints! We figured that getting The Marlay House “mobile” and sharing our dedication to great food outside the City ofDecaturwas a great way forward.

It just so happens that this has coincided with the incredible energy surrounding the whole “Street Food” movement in and around Atlanta.

About the Pub – The Marlay House is an authentic Irish owner operated Dublin style pub located in Decatur,Georgia.  It’s a place where friends and family can go for a meal and a pint. Surrounded by traditional décor, and combined with a contemporary welcoming Irish atmosphere. The Marlay blends the owners’ Irish heritage with their current lives in Decatur. We have an extensive beer selection, top tier pub grub alongside seasonal specials with local produce.

Many of you knew us as The Grange Public House but as of January 31, 2010 we changed our name to The Marlay House. It is a sordid tale but we decided, just like David La Touche did in Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin in 1764, to change The Grange into The Marlay. We have the same Irish ownership.