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Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille spent and signed the first dollar in the Port City’s new Glory Days Grill. (Photo by Pat Malone.)

Former Alexandria Mayor William D. Euille was the first guest last week at the new Glory Days Grill at 3141 Duke Street (Alexandria Commons Shopping Center) in Alexandria, Va. when he helped to kick off a great evening of celebration during the location’s soft opening. “It is very exciting to welcome Glory Days Grill as a new sports themed and family restaurant to our wonderful city. As a successful small business, Glory Days Grill will make a difference to our city in the hiring of local workforce and contributing to the philanthropy of so many nonprofit organizations.”

The new Alexandria Commons restaurant is open seven days per week, from 11 AM to midnight (11 AM to 11 PM on Sundays). This location features over 6,700 square feet of bar, dining, and banquet seating featuring the Clickshare wireless presentation system – perfect for meetings, networking events, parties and fantasy football drafts. Guests will enjoy a comfortable, family-friendly atmosphere with over 40 televisions, tableside speakers, large scale photography highlighting the ‘glory moments’ of sports, and hand-painted artwork.

The Alexandria Commons restaurant opens with popular daily specials including $5.99 Monday Burgers; $5.99 Taco Tuesdays; $10.99 Rib Wednesdays; $5.99 Nacho Thursdays; and a $9.99 Fish Fry on Fridays. In addition, Alexandria Commons features freshly made, hand-tossed 12” pizzas and will offer $5.99 Pizzas every Thursday. For late night guests, the ‘Snack Attack Menu’ features $4 / $5 / $6 snack-sized appetizers every day after 9 PM. Alexandria Commons will offer fundraising programs for schools and teams, and managers are now accepting applications for Fall 2018 team sponsorships.

More About Glory Days Grill:
Founded by Richard Danker, Bob Garner and Jeff Newman, Glory Days Grill is a full-service, sports-themed family restaurant featuring a wide selection of food items served at very affordable prices with outstanding service and real-time entertainment.  Every restaurant brings together award-winning menus accompanied by numerous large screen televisions tuned to a variety of sports, cartoons, news and entertainment offerings. Tables and booths have individual volume-controlled speaker stations adding to the guest’s enjoyment.  Many locations have private banquet facilities and all feature catering services. Glory Days Grill has been named Best Casual Theme Restaurant, Best American Restaurant, Best Sports Bar, and has also received accolades for Best Ribs, Best Wings, Best Chili, Best Burger and Best Bartender to name a few. For more information, visit and

Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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  1. You’d think mentioning the location/address would be relevant. Good luck Glory Days, wherever you are.

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