Peet’s Coffee won’t reopen its doors in the Town of Vienna.
A Peet’s spokesperson confirmed to Tysons Reporter that the Vienna location (332 Maple Ave E.) is permanently closed. The spot is still listed at “temporarily closed” on the coffee chain’s website.
The spokesperson did not respond to questions about when or why the Vienna store closed and instead offered a statement saying that Peet’s opens and closes coffee locations each year for different reasons.
“While not easy decisions, regional adjustments to our coffeebar presence are important for effectively managing our resources and for developing our business,” the statement said.
The statement went on to say that Peet’s works with employees from its closed shops to find them jobs at other Peet’s locations.
While the company is no longer in Vienna, coffee drinkers can still find Peet’s in the Tysons-area.
The Peet’s mobile app shows that the Tysons location (8150 Leesburg Pike) is accepting orders. Tysons Reporter reached out today (Monday) about the status of the shop at Tysons Station and will provide an update.
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