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Cheesetique Closes Mosaic District Location

After announcing a temporary closure on March 18, the Cheesetique Mosaic location has closed permanently.

An employee at another location in Del Rey said that the location will not reopen but added she wasn’t at liberty to give a reason.

The eatery used to serve lunch, dinner and brunch, the website said, adding that it also sold cheese for take-home consumption.

Tysons Reporter reached out to the location’s owner to find out why the location closed and is awaiting a response.

Only a few days before its then-temporary closure in March, the eatery posted on its social media page, asking people to purchase gift cards. It is unclear if these will be accepted at the other two Northern Virginia locations.

Photo via Cheesetique Mosaic/Facebook

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