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Several New Businesses Open In Williamsburg Premium Outlets

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JAMES CITY-Several new businesses have popped up in the Williamsburg Premium Outlets in recent months.

The Beef Jerky Outlet is now open. The Beef Jerky Outlet carries more than 100 varieties and sizes of premium jerky including exotic meats such as kangaroo, venison, and elk as well as gourmet snacks, nuts, candies, jellies and jams, and spices and rubs.

Also now open at Williamsburg Premium Outlets is It’s All Leggings, a women’s athleisure wear store founded in 2017.

Allure Creperie & Café will also be taking up a space at Williamsburg Premium Outlets later this month. Allure is a local online bakery that specializes in gourmet cakes, cupcakes, and European style baked goods.

Meanwhile, Go! Calendars, Games & Toys, The Sandwiche Shoppe, and Samsonite will be reopening stores in Williamsburg Premium Outlets soon.

The new stores in the shopping center join Whisk & Ladle, a kitchen gadget store that opened earlier this spring.

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