Rize Artisan Pizza shutters in Poncey-Highland and other top Atlanta dining news from the week
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The Waverly Pizza at Rize Artisan Pizza / Photo courtesy of Rize
Restaurant and dining news
Less than a year after opening, Rize Artisan Pizza has closed its doors at its Poncey-Highland location at 675 N. Highland Ave., Tommorow’s News Today reports. The fast-casual pizza spot opened in November 2016 and a location in Sandy Springs followed this year (that location remains open).
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