Little General Food Shop employee Samantha Margerum discusses interior work with Adam Broomfield, the general contractor, on June 7th as the downtown Olympia store prepares to move into the former location of the Acqua Via restaurant at Fifth Ave. and Capitol Way. In the background, electricians Brennan Baker, Chris Whaley and Dan Scherer (not pictured) of Reliable Electric rewire the site.
Little General Food Shop employee Samantha Margerum discusses interior work with Adam Broomfield, the general contractor, on June 7th as the downtown Olympia store prepares to move into the former location of the Acqua Via restaurant at Fifth Ave. and Capitol Way. In the background, electricians Brennan Baker, Chris Whaley and Dan Scherer (not pictured) of Reliable Electric rewire the site. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Little General Food Shop employee Samantha Margerum discusses interior work with Adam Broomfield, the general contractor, on June 7th as the downtown Olympia store prepares to move into the former location of the Acqua Via restaurant at Fifth Ave. and Capitol Way. In the background, electricians Brennan Baker, Chris Whaley and Dan Scherer (not pictured) of Reliable Electric rewire the site. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Popular downtown store, Little General, set to expand

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