Under the Olive Tree, a purveyor of olive oils and balsamic vinegar, has closed its Tysons Corner store.
The store had closed several times before during frequent relocations around the mall, but the store owners announced that on Sept. 5 the Tysons branch was closed for good. Under the Olive Tree had been in Tysons Corner, in one location or another, for seven years. The Leesburg location at 1603 Village Market Boulevard Southeast will remain.
“Thank you for all your loyalty, support and continuous smiles, they’ve helped us grow our business in the last 7 years!” Under the Olive Tree staff posted on Facebook. “We are so thankful that we have been able to play a role in people’s culinary lives and hope that we can continue to serve you online & at our Leesburg store!”
The store held one final sale on Chilean Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil before the doors closed for good.
Photo via Under the Olive Tree
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