Foxtrot to Open Third Dallas Location on Knox St

The growing upscale brand offers an all-in-one kind of experience - convenience store, café, delivery market.
Foxtrot to Open Third Dallas Location on Knox St
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At the start of the year, Chicago-based Foxtrot announced it had raised $100 million in Series C funding, along with intentions to open 25 new locations in 2022.

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Last week, the brand announced that one of those 25 new locations will open in Dallas. Coming to 3130 Knox St, the forthcoming market is taking over a space that previously housed a YETI retail store.

It will be the third Dallas location for the brand. Construction is set to begin this spring, with a late summer 2022 date being targeted for the opening.

“We’re always drawn to neighborhoods that have a strong sense of community and celebrate local food, art and culture,” Foxtrot co-founder and CEO Mike LaVitola said. “Knox Street really embodies all of that with its residential presence, plus its incredible dining and shopping destination. We’re excited to open our third Dallas store and join another unique neighborhood in this great city for both locals and visitors to enjoy.”

Foxtrot currently operates two Dallas locations: one in Uptown – 2822 McKinney Ave, and the other in University Park – 6565 Hillcrest Ave.

The brand also has stores in Chicago, IL; Washington, DC; and Alexandria, VA. Boston, MA and Austin are next up for expansion. After that, the brand will move into Florida, New York, and Tennessee.

Foxtrot on Knox St will include all the elements of the other locations – café, coffee bar, grab-and-go food offerings, and a selection of locally sourced goods, pantry staples and wines to shop from. The 2,695-square-foot space will also feature a spacious patio.

Danita White

Danita White is a staff reporter for What Now Media Group. Born in Georgia and raised in Texas, she reports on new and forthcoming businesses in the Atlanta and Dallas/Fort Worth markets.
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