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Foxtrot Opens Second Wicker Park Location At Six-Corner Intersection

It's Foxtrot's second Wicker Park location.

Foxtrot opened June 30, 2021, at 1576 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Wicker Park.
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WICKER PARK — Foxtrot is now open at Wicker Park’s busiest intersection.

The Chicago grocery chain opened Wednesday at 1576 N. Milwaukee Ave., steps from the six-corner intersection of Damen, Milwaukee and North avenues. The grocer replaces Café Cancale, a French seafood restaurant from the One Off Hospitality Group that closed last year due to the pandemic

In celebration of the opening, Foxtrot will offer the following specials over the next week:

  • Wednesday – Cold brew and donuts giveaway until noon, plus a tote bag giveaway with a purchase.
  • July 2 – Free delivery for all Chicago stores with all delivery fees donated to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
  • July 3-4 — Fourth of July-themed affogatos, a dessert featuring Foxtrot ice cream topped with a double shot of house espresso and a dusting of red and blue pop rocks.

Foxtrot plans to maintain its current Wicker Park location at 1722 W. Division St.

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Inside Foxtrot’s new location at 1576 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Wicker Park.

In a statement, Foxtrot CEO Mike LaVitola said he’s thrilled to expand Foxtrot further in Wicker Park.

“Our goal from the beginning has been to serve as a community hub for locals and we’ve continued to advance that mission while adapting to the ever-changing needs and wants of our customers,” he said.

The business will feature a walk-up window, which the City Council approved with a zoning change despite hesitation from some neighbors.

RELATED: Foxtrot Market Plans New Store For Wicker Park’s Main Intersection: ‘We’re Thrilled About The Location’

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Inside Foxtrot’s new location at 1576 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Wicker Park.

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