One Midtown Kitchen will close its doors for good March 4, parent company Concentrics Restaurants Tuesday announced in a statement.
“In the spirit of being passionate pioneers in the restaurant and hospitality industry and always working to be at the forefront of trends, we are announcing that the One Midtown Kitchen brand will be retiring on March 4, 2018…”
The Atlanta-based restaurant group will instead focus on “new and exciting concepts in Atlanta and across the country.”
“We sincerely thank our patrons, the community, and Atlanta for the support you’ve given One over the past 16 years. It’s been an incredible run. To bid One a proper farewell, we hope you will join us our final weeks for favorite menu items, throwbacks, fantastic cocktails, and good cheer.”
No word on what will replace the Midtown restaurant that first debuted in 2002.
In Atlanta Concentrics also owns and operates Allora, Molly B’s at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Room at Twelve, Parish, Two Urban Licks, and Tap.