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New Convenience Store ‘Old Town Mini Mart’ Coming to King Street

A new convenience shop called Old Town Mini Mart is working through the city’s approval process to open in the heart of Old Town.

According to documents filed with the city, Old Town Mini Mart is planned to open at 822 King Street, once home to Old Town Pack & Ship. That store is still open, staff there said, it just moved around the corner. One of the co-owners of the new Old Town Mini Mart is Rodrigo Restrepo, who is listed as the owner of Old Town Shoe & Luggage Repair next door to the proposed market.

According to the application, Old Town Mini Mart will be:

Small convenience store offering coffee/tea, water, sodas, beer & wine, sandwiches and snacks, chips, candy and few household sundries. There will be a small sections where one can pull food/drinks from refrigerated displays and or serve coffee/tea. to take with. Will also offer Virginia Lottery

The application notes that the market will also serve alcohol.

If approved, location will be open Monday-Friday from 5 a.m. to midnight, and from 6 a.m. to midnight on Saturday and Sunday.

The proposed market is scheduled to go to the Planning Commission for a hearing on Oct. 6.

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