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Robots Set To Take Over Atlanta With Frozen Yogurt

Plus, an inside look at Ponce City Market’s tower bar, another salad shop is opening, and $2 martinis at Noble Fin

Reis and Irvy’s of Atlanta
Reis and Irvy’s

ATLANTA: Prepare for the return of fro-yo to metro Atlanta...served by robots. According to a report by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the robotic, frozen yogurt vending machine company Reis & Irvy’s just inked a multi-million dollar deal with the Atlanta robot-run fro-yo chain, RobotTreats. The latter is owned by Jennifer L. Scully, in partnership with local entrepreneurs Sadie and Wyatt Kulla. The franchise deal means Atlantans could soon see as many as 20 Reis & Irvy’s around the metro area, with an additional 480 possible locations in the future. That’s a lot of frozen yogurt. [ATLBizChron]

PONCE CITY MARKET: Eater Atlanta sister site Curbed Atlanta got the inside look at RFD Social, now open in the iconic rooftop tower at Ponce City Market. RFD features a 77-seat bar and lounge complete with bumper pool, poker tables, and tabletop shuffleboard. The 4000-square-foot Roebuck Room, a private events space, is located on the 11th floor, with a private speakeasy on the 12th floor.[CurbedATL]

PEACHTREE CORNERS: OTP Seafood restaurant Noble Fin is turning two, and to celebrate the auspicious occasion, they’re offering $2 martinis every Friday and Saturday through the end of August. [Official]

NORTH DRUID HILLS: Saladworks, a fancy toast, salad, and grain bowl restaurant, is opening at 4484 Briarcliff Road in the Brighten Park Shopping Center Wednesday, July 25. Those interested in attending the grand opening day will receive a free, made-to-order entree. [Official]

Ponce City Market

675 North Avenue Northeast, , GA 30308 (404) 900-7900 Visit Website

Noble Fin

5260 Peachtree Parkway, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092 (770) 599-7979 Visit Website

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