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UPDATE: SEÑOR TEQUILA’S OPENING IN ASHBURN THIS FALL

The long awaited Mexican restaurant is coming to the Loudoun Station complex.

At long last, there are signs of life at the future Señor Tequila’s location in Ashburn. It was way back last December when The Burn broke the news that the Mexican restaurant would be coming to Loudoun Station, in a space across the street from the Starplex movie theater.

And then nothing… no signs of activity or construction for many moons. Until now. Today, we spotted new window clings up on the space, touting a target opening of Fall 2017. Building permits are posted too.

Image: Senor Tequila’s

The burgeoning chain — based in Germantown, Maryland, with a second location in Sterling — had originally hoped to open by this past spring. But as anyone who knows anything about restaurants is aware — permitting, construction, furnishing, hiring, training — it almost always take longer than expected.

Image: Senor Tequila’s

According to its (not updated) website, Señor Tequila’s offers a large menu of authentic Mexican dishes, as well as a full bar specializing in different types of tequila. The other locations also have live music several nights a week.

4 Comments
  1. Waitnf dor Senor Tequilas 4 years ago
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    Website says “COMING MAY 2018” – TIME’S RUNNING OUT
    ASHBURN

    4380 Central Station
    Ashburn, VA 20147
    COMING MAY 2018

  2. scooternva 4 years ago
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    Yep, I live in BLVD Loudoun Station and there have been ads in our elevators for about a week or so now. There’s also visible construction progress if you peek in the windows. Looks like they may finally be only days or maybe a week from opening. No idea why the huge delay.

  3. mmva 4 years ago
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    I heard they pulled out of their space. The landlord won’t budge on their high rents in Loudoun Station.

    • The Burn 4 years ago
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      That would be extremely odd. I was just in there the other day and they are within days of opening. Huge amount of money on tables, chairs, bar, equipment, decor, etc. No way they are pulling out now.

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