Reston Town Center’s Vapiano is Temporarily Closed Again

In a flashback to “store closed” signs that sporadically appeared and disappeared in March, Reston Town Center’s Vapiano is temporarily closed once again.

The Reston location (1875 Explorer Street) is facing potential litigation, according to an attorney representing the restaurant chain’s new owners. 

Details of the complaint — which will be filed over the next two days in either the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California or U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida — have not been made public, Andrew Corcoran, a managing partner for Wilson Keadjian Browndorf LLP told Reston Now.

The location has faced a rocky transition after Vapiano SE, which operates the international restaurant chain, announced it would sell shares of Vapiano Holding USA and seven of its U.S.-based subsidiaries to Plutos Sama Holdings, Inc. earlier this year.

Corcoran said he could not explain why the restaurant is temporary closed due to attorney-client privilege.

“I can’t speak further on any issues,” he said.

In a tweet posted yesterday (May 20), the company wrote that it is “currently in a major restructuring phase” and is “undergoing operational changes” at the Reston location.

“We are doing our best to restore normality as soon as possible,” according to the tweet.

In March, the restaurant closed due to management changes and payment delays for staff. Store representatives told Reston Now that the location was transitioning to a new general manager and that payroll delays have been resolved.

The restaurant has been closed since at least May 9.

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