A Chicago food retailer with a significant presence in Dallas has agreed to merge with another Chicago-based brand, combining their shared vision to redefine food shopping.

Foxtrot Market, with three stores in Dallas, announced Tuesday plans to combine with Dom’s Kitchen & Market.

Under the new name of Outfox Hospitality, Foxtrot’s leader, Liz Williams, will become CEO, with Don Fitzgerald acting as the president and COO of Dom’s during the transition period.

Jay Owen and Bob Mariano, co-founders and co-chairmen of Dom’s, and Foxtrot co-founder Mike LaVitola, will maintain board and advisor roles within the new organization.

The merger positions both companies to “continue to disrupt the food shopping and cafe landscape” while continuing to provide fan-favorite food and wine from both brands.

“Foxtrot was created with the vision of building a community of people who love to discover new and interesting products, either by gathering at our stores, or having them delivered from our user-friendly app — a goal we’ve proudly accomplished over the past 10 years,” Williams said in a news release.

“We’re excited for this new venture with Dom’s Kitchen & Market because we share a common mission of modernizing the way people shop. Merging our two brands will elevate the experience for our customers and move the retail industry forward.”

Foxtrot operates 32 stores in Dallas, Austin, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. The Dallas stores are located in the Lower Greenville area, University Park, and Knox-Henderson. The company plans to expand its footprint in existing markets, according to the release.

Dom’s operates three locations in Chicago.

In addition to beer and wine, Foxtrot and Dom’s offer chef-prepared meals that can be ordered online and delivered.