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Rize Artisan Pizza Shutters in Poncey-Highland

It was open for less than a year

Exterior shot of Rize Artisan Pizza Rize Artisan Pizza/Facebook

After nine months in business, Poncey-Highland’s Rize Artisan Pizza has closed, reports Tomorrow’s News Today. The restaurant closed up shop for good on Thursday, according to signage posted on the front door.

Rize opened last November, and it was the first restaurant to begin service at the new 675 N. Highland mixed-use development. The pizzeria deployed a fast-casual model and offered pasta, salads, sandwiches, and flat breads, and gelato, in addition to the pies. A replacement for the space has not been announced.

Rize continues to operate a location in Sandy Springs, and a Dunwoody location has been in the works. It’s unclear if plans will change following the Poncey-Highland shutter. Rize has recently seen a shake-up to its corporate structure, per TNT.

675 N. Highland now has one restaurant in open on the premises: Co. The Charleston-based pan-Asian venture made its debut at the development in June.

Rize Artisan Pizza Has Flatlined in Poncey-Highland [TNT]
All Shutters [EATL]

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