Chicago-based Foxtrot Market, which grew from one outpost to greater than a half-dozen areas within the D.C. space in lower than three years, has abruptly closed all of its D.C.-area shops, in addition to its shops in Chicago and Dallas.

Chicago-based Foxtrot Market has closed all of its D.C. shops. (Courtesy Foxtrot Market)

Chicago-based Foxtrot Market, which grew from one outpost to greater than a half-dozen areas within the D.C. space in lower than three years, abruptly closed all of its D.C.-area shops Tuesday, in addition to its shops in Chicago and Dallas.

“After a lot consideration and analysis, we remorse to announce that Foxtrot and Dom’s Kitchen & Market shall be closing. We explored many avenues to proceed the enterprise however discovered no viable possibility, regardless of good religion and exhaustive efforts,” Outfox Hospitality mentioned in a press release.

Foxtrot Market merged with Chicago-based Dom’s Kitchen & Market final 12 months.

It didn’t elaborate on the explanations behind shutting down. The firm didn’t instantly reply to a request for extra data.

In 2022, Foxtrot raised $100 million in new funding from new and present traders to assist fund its aggressive growth plans. At the time, it deliberate to enter new markets, together with Boston.

Foxtrot stormed into the D.C. market in 2021 with its mixture connoisseur markets and occasional retailers, which carried curated native merchandise and made deliveries in surrounding neighborhoods.

It opened its eighth D.C.-area retailer simply 5 months in the past in Logan Circle, with different retailer areas in Georgetown, Dupont Circle, Navy Yard, Farragut Square, Mount Vernon, Old Town Alexandria, Rosslyn and Bethesda.

The rapid closures embrace 33 Foxtrot areas throughout D.C., Chicago and Dallas, and two Dom’s shops in Chicago.

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