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Two Weeks After Being Served Eviction Notice, Republik Coffee is Still Brewing in Tysons

One week after Republik Coffee (7915 Jones Branch Drive) was scheduled for eviction, the local coffee shop is still serving coffee.

A manager at the location confirmed that the location plans to remain open but could add no details about how the coffee bar evaded the eviction.

Owner Talha Sarac had previously told Tysons Reporter that the eviction notice was part of a misunderstanding with Kettler, which owns the Highgate at the Mile building, and that he would meet with Kettler representatives to sort things out.

Kettler declined to comment, but whatever Sarac and Kettler discussed, it was enough to keep the location open for the time being.

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