Foxtrot opened 2nd D.C. location at 7th and Massachusetts Ave, NW

650 Massachusetts Ave, NW photos by Jennifer Chase

Ed. Note: This is the former location of a Maison Kayser, which closed in 2019.

From a press release:

“On the heels of a successful launch into the market earlier this month [Ed. Note: in Georgetown Wisconsin and N Street, NW], Foxtrot is opening its second location in Washington, DC in the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood at 650 Massachusetts Ave. NW.

Foxtrot’s shelves are stocked with items by some of the DC region’s favorite brands and artisans, including prepared meals by local chef Erik Bruner Yang and goods from beloved brands like Gordy’s Pickles, Veggie Confetti, Mason Dixie and Pineapple Collaborative, to name a few. Foxtrot is also the newest neighborhood watering hole for coffee with friends, made with beans from local roaster Vigilante Coffee, or happy hour with coworkers which can be enjoyed on the store’s patio. Guests can pick out a bottle of wine from the over 200 bottles featured in store, all hand selected by Foxtrot’s sommelier Dylan Melvin, that range from everyday bottles (more than half are priced affordably at under $25) to special occasion and experimental wines.

Foxtrot Market will be celebrating the grand opening of its Mount Vernon Triangle sore with activations and local giveaways throughout opening week:

Monday, March 22: Free giveaways, and free drip and cold brew coffee all day
Tuesday, March 23: During lunch hour from 11am-1pm, $1 will of all prepared meal sales will be donated to local chef Erik Bruner Yang’s Power of 10 Initiative to support bringing restaurant workers back to work and providing access to food for those who need it the most
Wednesday, March 24: The first 75 people to purchase a Foxtrot Women in Winemaking duo today (online only) will receive a free wine tote & a Surprisingly Baked cookie
Thursday, March 25: A free doughnut from District Doughnuts with any purchase to the first 200 orders (in-store or online, while supplies last)
Friday, March 26: All-day happy hour and free charcuterie boards (while supplies last) to the first 30 customers with a wine purchase via online pick-up or delivery order
Saturday, March 27: Free Jeni’s Ice Cream giveaways starting at 1pm, until supplies last Sunday, March 28: Free curated bundle of sweets to the first 50 delivery customers

With DC’s Cherry Blossom festival taking place March 20-April 11, Foxtrot will also get into the spirit of the season with floral installations created by Little Acre Flowers at both of its city stores, and by offering special themed bundles that feature local cherry-flavored goods like Dolcezza Cherry Gelato and Old Ox Brewery’s Festivale Farmhouse Cherry Ale. Their cafés will also be serving up special Cherry Blossom Lattes, a vibrant latte with mild fruit flavors, subtle floral accent notes, and rich espresso all presented in an incredible color palette.

WHERE: Mount Vernon Triangle | 650 Massachusetts Avenue NW WHEN: Monday- Sunday, 7am-10pm

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