Tuesday a sweetgreen spokesperson told Patch the restaurant was closed because the salad shop's business license had expired and they needed a new sink.
A report posted to the DOH website confirmed both the expired business license and the new sink requirement. During a visit Aug. 19 inspectors identified four critical and seven non-critical violations at sweetgreen Georgetown. Since one of those violations was an expired business license, the shop was closed until a new license was secured.
Sweetgreen announced on Twitter that the Georgetown location had re-opened around noon Wednesday.