Piassa Ethiopian Cusine

3701 Clairmont Rd
Chamblee, GA 30341
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from  $40.00    $100.00 value  •  60% off!

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Piassa Restaurant and Mart is named after the famous district in Addis Abeba and many of Major Ethiopian cities. Around the end of the 19th century, the area around St. George Church began to take on the role as the primary economic and cultural center of the city. Originally called Arada, this district eventually became known as Piassa. Early foreign visitors were impressed by its vitality and diversity. One traveler called Piassaa "the commercial pulse of Abyssinia." During Menelik's reign, Piazza boomed, and a number of important public buildings such as banks and a post office and entertainment centers like hotels, restaurants and shops were built. The magnificent edifices contain a cross-section of architectural influences, reflecting their Ethiopian, Greek, Armenian and Indian designers. Through the mid-1900s, Piassaa was the central meeting place for he city dwellers of all social and economic levels. The development during this era left behind a rich concentration of culturally and historically significant buildings. You will find Piassa almost every city in Ethiopia to designate an area as primary economical and cultural center of the city. At Piassa Restaurant & Mart we strive to become Atlanta's best Ethiopian Restaurant and Mart.

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