A new craft beer store is coming to Avenir Place by the Dunn Loring-Merrifield Metro station.
Black Dog Beer Shop is set to open this fall at 2672M Avenir Place, according to a liquor license application.
“The goal of Black Dog Beer Shop is to provide a craft beer store with a large variety of local craft beers,” according to the beer shop’s website.
People can expect to find local brews at the shop, including Port City Brewing, Aslin Beer Co. and Ornery Beer Company, along with taps for growler fill-ups.
Owner Tyler, who is a disabled Marine veteran, said on the website that he is opening the store because “I wanted a place to grab a beer with my dog.”
As for the dog behind the store’s name?
“Ash, the black dog in Black Dog Beer Shop, is currently 8 months and well over to 80 lbs… Some of his favorite chew toys include stainless steel, wood and iron. Don’t leave your beer unattended around him, he will definitely steal it!” the website says.
Mackage, a Canadian brand known for its jackets, coats and leather goods, is set to open a store in Tysons Galleria.
The mall lists the designer outerwear brand as “coming soon” and a building permit indicates that work is underway on the new store.
This will be the first Mackage store to open in the D.C. area. Currently, Mackage has three stores in the U.S. — one in New Jersey and two in New York City.
Mackage aims to “elevate outerwear with a unique balance between fashion and function,” according to the company’s website.
Photo via Mackage/Facebook
Chubbies plans to close their Brandbox location in the Tysons Corner Center this weekend.
The men’s casual apparel pop-up store will close Sunday (Sept. 15), a store spokesperson said, adding that the location was never meant to be permanent.
Chubbies opened in March and offers customers a range of items including men’s swimwear, shorts and accessories.
A sign outside the sop announced a going-out-of-business sale, advertising clothing starting at $9.99.
During the location’s final days, the store will be open Friday-Saturday from 10 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
It’s not even fall yet and already a holiday decoration store is planning to return to Tysons Corner Center.
Tysons Reporter spotted a sign for A Christmas to Remember and several large, red ornaments hanging in a storefront in the mall.
Building permits indicate that A Christmas to Remember has been in Tysons Corner Center before.
The website for the store describes it as the “one-stop-shop for a personalized holiday shopping experience.”
“We offer a large selection of ornaments, lights, gifts and collectibles, in addition to officially licensed merchandise,” the website says.
The holiday store says it plans to open in Tysons on Sept. 28 — just a few days after fall starts.
The store will fill the former spot of the now-closed Charlotte Russe.
A new convenience store may soon open in Merrifield.
The Bodega will move into a space at 2730 Gallows Road near the Dunn Loring Metro station.
It is unclear when the business will open, but the owner recently placed a banner outside the shop announcing the new location saying the bodega is “coming soon.”
A pending liquor license application indicates that the shop wants to sell beer and wine.
Tysons Reporter reached out to but did not hear back from the owner.
Catherine Douglas Moran contributed to this story.
The Market at Tysons Corner finally reopened after moving to a smaller location.
The new convenience store location made its debut on July 30 on level two of the mall. Patrons can find it near the Nordstrom.
The market continues to offer a variety of goods to customers, including soft drinks, snacks, toiletries and other items someone would expect to find in a convenience store. The shop will also sell packs of beer and bottles of wine.
The Tysons Market won’t be the only convenience store in the mall — 7-Eleven is expected to open on level one of the mall. A sign indicated that 7-Eleven applied for their license to sell alcohol.
Hours of operation for the Market are Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.- 9:30 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Yet another nail salon is preparing to open in Tysons Corner Center.
It will be located next to the Paul Mitchell School on level two of the mall.
Todd Putt, a spokesman for the mall, told Tysons Reporter that there is no opening date yet for the nail salon.
No details on the expected hours of operation have been released yet.
Tysons Corner Center now offers a new mattress store where shoppers can nap.
The Casper Sleep Shop offers the full array of mattresses, pillows, bedding, furniture and dog beds. But, the location also allows guests to book a nap at a “mini home” if they want to actually test out a mattress for themselves.
“Inspired by the comforts of home, the store reimagines how we shop for sleep,” a spokesperson for Casper said.
The store opened in the mall on Thursday, Aug. 1, according to a spokesman for the mall.
Get the sleep you’ve always dreamed of at our new Casper Store on level 2 across from Macy’s pic.twitter.com/1GxHVObzou
— Tysons Corner Center (@ShopTysons) July 26, 2019
This is one of 30 similar Casper Sleep Shops across the county, according to a press release. Most products at the stores are available for customers to take home that day and also available to ship directly to their home.
Casper is an international brand based out of New York but shoppers can also find a smaller selection of products in specific stores like Target and Hudson’s Bay.
The store is open 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday and11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sunday.
Also in the mall, shoppers might notice a new display in BrandBox.
Peloton decided to set up a new 3D pop-up to drive foot traffic to their larger location, according to a store representative. The mini location opened on July 25 to advertise the company’s treadmill, rower and subscription fitness services.
Peloton has a store on the second level by Lord & Taylor.
Photos courtesy Casper Sleep Shop
Warby Parker is eyeing an opening in the Mosaic District next week.
The prescription designer eyeglass retailer plans to open on Saturday, Aug. 10, according to a press release.
“This new library-inspired location will feature an ultra-graphic mural created by the Atlanta-based VCU alum [and] contemporary artist, Alex Brewer (aka HENSE),” the press release said. “HENSE’s playfulness with colors and shapes fit right in with our new space.”
Customers at the store will be able to browse the full selection of optical and sunwear glasses, including the recently launched Trace Edition collection, along with kids’ frames in two sizes.
The Mosaic District spot will be Warby Parker’s third Virginia location, joining Alexandria and Tysons.
A wraparound outside 2920 District Avenue, Suite 130 indicates that Warby Parker is moving into Northern Outfitter’s former spot. The store’s hours will be 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Saturday and noon-6 p.m. on Sunday.
Images 2-3 courtesy Warby Parker
A matcha-focused ice cream and drink cafe will soon arrive in Tysons Corner Center.
The mall’s website says that Matcha Cafe Maiko is “coming soon” to a kiosk on the second level by the door leading to The Plaza.
Matcha Cafe Maiko first opened in Hawaii and has since expanded to stores in five more states, including Virginia, according to its website.
The online menu features shaved ice, soft serve, lattes, teas, floats, sweet red bean soup and parfaits.
Can’t wait until it opens in Tysons? The closest — and only — store in Virginia is in Centreville at 5947 Centreville Crest Lane.
First two images via Matcha Cafe Maiko DMV/Facebook