As Virginia rolls back COVID-19 restrictions, stores and services are returning in Tysons.
The Boro has been sharing on its social media accounts when retailers and restaurants in the development have reopened.
According to The Boro’s Facebook page, businesses that have opened their doors again include:
- MyEyeDr: appointment-only
- Tysons Nail Lounge: appointment-only
- The Shade Store: appointment-only
- Flower Child: limited dining capacity
- Fish Taco: outdoor seating and limited dining capacity
- Tropical Smoothie Cafe: take-out only
- Ethan Allen
- Ideal Dental Solutions
Tysons Reporter verified that the stores listed above have reopened.
Whole Foods has outdoor seating on the ground level and reopened its coffee bar, according to The Boro. The grocery store’s website says that it’s offering shopping hours from 7-8 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for customers ages 60+, at high-risk of severe COVID-19 complications or with disabilities.
“The waiting area and 10ft ‘workout boxes’ have been marked out, and all our trainers have been trained in all safety and sanitization protocols,” the post said.
In addition to the reopenings, the development also recently welcomed a new business: Colour Bar Studio. The salon opened June 2 at The Loft (1640 Boro Place, Suite 204).
The salon is run by a mom and her two daughters, along with nine other employees, according to the business.
Services include hair extensions, coloring and styling. All of the employees are wearing face masks and disinfecting equipment after each client, according to the business. The studio is open by appointment-only.
Photo by Gordon Beall, courtesy Colour Bar Studio
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