New Restaurants to Open at 1010 Midtown

Four new Atlanta restaurants will be opening at 1010 Midtown along Crescent Avenue. I believe some will have outdoor seating (great news when fall weather comes around) and I am certain they will all be unique. This is great news for residents of 1010 Midtown and the surrounding area! 

  • Ri Ra Irish Pub ( Ri Ra is constructed of materials salvaged from famous, old pubs. Each pub is unique. Authentic furnishings and appointments are imported directly from Ireland to create a genuine Irish atmosphere where patrons experience the Real Flavour of Ireland. The name Ri Ra is derived from the phrase “Ri Ra agus Ruaile Buaile,” which translates roughly as “celebration and good fun.” Ri Ra was mentioned in my previous blog post
  • RA Sushi Bar Restaurant ( The stylishly edgy sushi bar and restaurant currently has 20 locations across the country. An unconventional dining concept, RA blends fresh sushi, hip music and contemporary décor all rolled up into one flavorful experience.
  • Piola ( This unique pizzeria from Italy with locations in São Paolo, Buenos Aires, New York and Miami’s South Beach features authentic thin crust, wood‐fired brick oven pizza and Italian cuisine that is simple and healthy. Whether socializing after a night on the town or lounging with friends on a lazy summer day, Piola diners will experience true European ambiance in a fabulously hip and fun atmosphere. I have been to Piola in South Beach and it’s really great. 
  • Noon|Midtown ( Noon|Midtown offers sophisticated sandwiches, soups and salads, as well as pastries and breakfast items, with a focus on locally‐grown produce and sustainably raised meats. Whether rushed for time or looking for a leisurely meal, guests will enjoy exceptional food in a stylish and comfortable setting, making Noon|Midtown the perfect complement to the Midtown lifestyle.
Crescent Avenue is located to the left of this rendering where the red awning is.
1010 Midtown
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