Almost five years later, Ah Love Oil & Vinegar has not one but two stores — it expanded to the Mosaic District — and is looking to the future.
No longer defined by just two types of products, the store is changing its name.
“Today, we offer much more including kitchen tools, serveware, cocktail products, table linens, and culinary products made by local artisans,” owner Cary Kelly wrote. “Our name no longer represents the breadth of our offer.”
Through March 27, the store is conducting an online survey to help select a new name. Among the possible options:
- The Cookery, A Culinary Marketplace
- Edibles, A Cook’s Marketplace
- Ah love Cooks
- The Kitchen, A Culinary Marketplace
“We’ll continue to offer award-winning olive oil, Italian balsamic vinegar and the other products you love,” Kelly wrote. “This is a change in name only to better represent who we are to those who have not yet experienced our market of goods.”
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