A sandwich shop and liquor store that offers free delivery is opening a branch in Fort Worth. Called In the Sack, it'll open a branch in Sundance Square, at 415 Throckmorton St., in the former Oliver’s Fine Foods space which closed on April 25.
Founder Devin Cox launched In the Sack in 2014 in Dallas' Uptown district at 1700 Cedar Springs Rd., where he successfully introduced the concept of alcohol delivery without a fee. Since its debut, Dallas-Fort Worth has enjoyed an explosion of delivery services, from Caviar restaurant delivery to Amazon delivering everything.
The Sundance Square In the Sack will offer a fresh market, ready-to-eat meals, wine and beer, groceries, and the first liquor offering in Sundance Square, all for take-out and delivery.
Sundance Square president and CEO Johnny Campbell says in a release that they were inspired by In the Sack’s innovative business model.
"With this addition of In the Sack as an exclusive unique delivery concept allowing residents to bypass the grocery store, our customers and residents will be able to cultivate a complete shopping, dining, and lifestyle experience," he says. "The additional offering of liquor broadens our merchandise depth."
In the Sack Fort Worth will also offer cook-to-order options and a new catering menu. The store's unique personality and design will reflect the history and culture of Fort Worth. It's projected to open in the summer.