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Ford’s Fish Shack opening new location in Lansdowne

A Ford's Fish Shack is coming to Lansdowne Town Center, according to an announcement today from Saul Centers real estate group, which manages the center.

The Lansdowne eatery will be the popular restaurant group's third location. The other two are in Ashburn and South Riding.

“We've always wanted to be in the Lansdowne neighborhood,” Ford's owner Tony Stafford said on Facebook live. The new location is expected to open in April.

Ford's touts itself as a "bustling maritime-themed seafood spot serving lobster rolls, fish tacos, cocktails and more."


-Trevor Baratko

Comments


you can get the same quality of food at McDonald specifically the Fish O Fillet. It is 2 for $2.50 this month (January).


Agree with John M.‘s comment.  Larger fonts on menus are best.  When my other half forgets her glasses I end up reading the menu.  Great food!  Hopefully someone from the restaurant reads this.


Happy the owners of Ford’s are doing so well. They are proof that if you serve good food and take care of your customers you will succeed in the restaurant business.
Remember when no restaurant could make it in Ford’s original location in the Cameron Chase/Ice Rink plaza? Well, those places had terrible food and Ford’s came in and showed them how it is done!
I have one favor to ask of Ford’s…please, for the love of everyone over 45, reprint your menus with bigger fonts! If you forget your reading glasses you are not going to have any luck at Ford’s. Still my favorite place to eat!


good news for lansdowne and the area!

i hope that people will support this restaurant like the ashburn and south riding venues of ford’s.

the property owner should be aware that if this venture fails like the other’s that have come and gone, that the failure would be on them.

cant wait for the oysters and happy hour!!!


I LOVE FORD’S FISH SHACK!

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