Oak Brook Promenade loses 2 businesses

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Sweet & Sassy is closing its salon, spa and celebrations store in Oak Brook Promenade.

The store “couldn’t stay open with our current cost structure,” a Sweet & Sassy spokesman told The Doings Oak Brook. The store opened in March 2008.

It will be the second recent closing at the shopping center at Meyers and Butterfield roads.

The Grotto Italian Steakhouse, which occupied the largest space in the center, closed at first of the year. The Grotto, one of six restaurants in the Promenade, was an original tenant.

Sweet & Sassy opened in March 2008 at Oak Brook Promenade.

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