Wellesley business buzz: Oath Pizza cuts the ribbon; Pressed Juicery closes; Taking Flyte in Wellesley Square

The latest Wellesley, Mass., business news:

Oath Pizza cuts the ribbon

Linden Square’s Oath Pizza, which had its soft opening earlier this month, has now officially, officially opened with a formal ribbon cutting ceremony.

Oath ribbon cutting
Select Board members Colette Aufranc and Tom Ulfelder, Oath Pizza Operations Director Dave Jameson, owners Caroline and Bill Ebben, Oath Pizza General Manager Michael Chrislu, Oath Pizza CEO Drew Kellogg, Charles River Regional Chamber VP of Membership & Development Lise Elcock.


Pressed Juicery closed

Pressed Juicery, which opened in Linden Square more than 5 years ago, has shut down that location.

At the time it opened, in the former Pinkberry frozen yogurt space, Pressed Juicery was one of three such businesses in town.

Pressed still has two locations in Boston, in addition to others across the country.

Pressed Juicery closed

Taking Flyte in Wellesley Square

Beauty shop Flyte.70 is readying to open at 555 Washington St., in Wellesley Square. This is the space previously occupied by Pinnacle Group, which has joined forces with Douglas Elliman Realty at 40 Central St.

Flyte.70’s pitch: “a beauty brand for those of us who feel as youthful as we were when the number of candles on our birthday cake was cut by half.”

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