Loudoun County's newest Chick-fil-A will open its doors Feb. 20 at 19313 Front St. in Lansdowne Town Center.

Virginia native Braden Dollar is the Lansdowne franchise's owner and will oversee day-to-day operations. Dollar served as a grand opening supervisor at the nearby Chantilly and Ashburn Chick-fil-A openings.

“I am thrilled for the opportunity to care for and serve Leesburg residents both inside and outside my restaurant,” Dollar, who has worked with the company for more than a decade, said in a prepared statement. “I am committed to applying the Chick-fil-A core principles and joining my team in serving our guests through remarkable hospitality while providing fresh, hand-crafted food.”

The Feb. 20 event will award 100 attendees free Chick-fil-A for a year. Details on the promotion can be found at

Approximately 80 people are expected to be employed at the 114-seat restaurant. Regular hours will be 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

The Lansdowne Town Center Chick-fil-A is the chain's second Leesburg location and its 32nd location within 25 miles of town. A third Leesburg location is in the works off Battlefield Parkway near the Dulles Greenway.

(4) comments

More Cowbell

I like Chic Fil-a however they put them in the worst centers that have bad traffic patterns.

Chris McHale

Just another Chic-fil-a I have to drive past to get to Popeyes.

Doug Glatt

We can't have Popeyes in Virginia anymore because of the riots over the spicy chicken sandwich. Northram says all riots can be traced back to Charlottesville.


lots of Popeyes in VA - where do you live?

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