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Looks like a Foxtrot is coming to Dupont Circle

Thanks to Jenna for sending: “looks like Magnolia will be Foxtrot now?”

For those unfamiliar:

“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.”


1601 Connecticut Ave, NW at Q Street

Foxtrot recently opened two DC locations at 7th and Mass Ave, NW and in Georgetown Wisconsin and N Street, NW. Check out their menu here.

Stay tuned for an opening date in Dupont.

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