Just call us to schedule your party and reserve the space (703) 273-9866 or
download and complete the Birthday Party Reservation Contract. Please print and bring the completed contract to the restaurant to discuss your reservation date. This event is only available on Saturday and Sunday at 4:30 PM. A $50 deposit will be required to secure the space.
Wednesday, May 1, 5 - 8 pm. McTeacher Night. Centre Ridge Elementary
Saturday, May 18 - Saturday May 25. Store ReOpening Celebration
Thursday, May 9, 5-8 pm. McSpirit Night. Pleasant Valley Swim Team.
Wednesday, May 15, 5-8 pm. McTeacher Night. Cardinal Ridge Elementary
Thursday, May 23, 5-8 pm. McTeacher Night. Hutchison Farm Elementary
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This year we partnered with the WT Sampson School in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to raise funds for school projects. With the outstanding effort of the students and our excellent staff on the Navy Base in Cuba, they were able to raise $1026 for special school projects! Congratulations to the students at WT Sampson School.
McDonald's McTeacher's Night Program provides an opportunity for your school to raise funds for special projects. A percentage of sales from the event will be donated to the school. Donations to your school are based on a percentage of sales during a 3 hour period on a graduated scale. The higher the sales, the higher the percentage. If you are interested in scheduling a McTeacher's Night for your school, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Today’s customers, especially Millennials, love customization. Ordering by touch-screen presents an opportunity to express your individuality. Even non-Millennials appreciate touch-screen technology. With this in mind we are expanding our “Create Your Taste” (CYT) at this location. This concept lets you design your own burger or sandwich from any of our 4 new touch-screen kiosks, or at our counter.
The Bull Run Civil War Roundtable honored the history and mystery of the “Centreville Six,” in a ceremony for the Historical Marker unveiling. The Marker documents the graves of six Union soldiers discovered in Centreville, at Route 28 and Route 29 in 1994. The remains of these men were hastily buried in 1861 and only discovered when construction had started for the restaurant. The dedication event attracted over 75 Civil War and history enthusiasts who listened to the fascinating story, from a century ago, of the discovery of these soldiers’ lives, their deaths, and graves.