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1341 14th Street, NW

We’ve been monitoring the old Barrel House space since they moved next door at the end of 2015. Finally got a bit of interesting scuttlebutt – sounds like Foxtrot Market could be interested in the space. Not sure if it’s big enough for them, but if they do get it, here’s to hoping they save the barrel!

It still has the for lease sign (as does the neighboring space, Lustine Realty Co.) Read More

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1601 Connecticut Avenue, NW at Q Street, NW

Update from an email:

“I’m excited to share that on Friday October 29, Foxtrot will open its third DC location in Dupont Circle. Located in the heart of one of DC’s busiest and most historic neighborhoods, Foxtrot Dupont is the one-stop shop for Washingtonians on the go and those that have the time to sit and stay awhile. The 2,934 sq ft space has been renovated with modern finishing and colorful furnishing to emulate the whimsical nature of the brand while embracing the existing historic wood storefront. Read More

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1601 Connecticut Ave, NW rendering courtesy Foxtrot

From an email:

Foxtrot is thrilled to announce its continued expansion in Washington, D.C. with the opening of its third District location in Dupont Circle at the corner of Connecticut & Q (1601 Connecticut Ave NW). Slated to debut this October 2021, Foxtrot will serve as a neighborhood destination where residents and visitors can gather and celebrate local makers, pick up a great priced bottle of wine or pantry essentials, and grab a quick meal or a cup of coffee.

In addition to offering the same everyday necessities and grab-and-go items Foxtrot is known for, the Dupont Circle store will feature Read More

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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: Read More

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via google maps

Back in January we learned about a Foxtrot coming to Georgetown. A new liquor license placard reveals a Foxtrot is also coming to Mount Vernon Square at 650 Massachusetts Avenue, NW:

“New Class “C” Restaurant serving salads and brunch foods located inside of a Full-Service Grocery Store. Applicant is applying for a Sidewalk Café endorsement with 20 seats and a capacity of 29 patrons. Total Occupancy Load for the inside of the premises is 116 with seating for 44 patrons.”

Updates as we learn more

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“Dear PoPville,

I wanted to share a chat I had with Foxtrot customer service. They just opened their second store in Mount Vernon on Monday (first store in Georgetown at the beginning of March) but they only deliver to NW DC. I live less than a mile away from the new store, in NoMa, but can’t get delivery because I’m two blocks over in NE. Seems pretty ridiculous.”

Upon inquiry I received the following response from Foxtrot via email:

“As we continue to open stores in DC, we plan to have a footprint that reaches all Washingtonians. With that comes looking at expanding our delivery radius to the areas we are able to serve while still meeting our commitment of great, efficient delivery.”

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