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Foxtrot Opens 6th D.C. Store

Retailer retaining ‘Barrel House’ design from site’s previous occupant
foxtrot barrel house
Photograph courtesy of Foxtrot

Urban convenience-store concept Foxtrot opened its sixth Washington, D.C., store in the Logan Circle neighborhood on Oct. 18. It follows the opening of a Navy Yard location in May and a Farragut Square location in January.

The Logan Circle site features the former Barrel House Liquors storefront built into an updated design. Foxtrot’s in-house design team developed the design in partnership with Washington-based NAHRA Design.

Foxtrot offers a wide variety of products, including freshly crafted chef-prepared meals, premium groceries, handpicked wine, snacks and sweets, personal care products and gifts. It further serves as a neighborhood destination for local makers. Foxtrot currently carries more than 150 local products from more than 50 local makers, including Nightingale ice cream, Ceremony Coffee, Anchor Beer, Little Sesame hummus and more. Foxtrot continues to add new brands to its shelves, including local craft beers and fine wines selected by the in-house sommelier.

All offerings are available in-store, for five-minute pickup or 30-minute on-demand delivery through the brand’s proprietary app.

Foxtrot’s latest addition becomes the brand’s 32nd location, joining others across Chicago, Washington, Dallas and Austin, Texas, with plans to continue expansion in existing markets this year.

Chicago-based Foxtrot also offers the best of its favorite foods, goods and curated gifts available for nationwide shipping via Foxtrot Anywhere.

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