Restaurants

DISTRICT POLLO OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN OLD ASHBURN

The new restaurant brings Peruvian style chicken back to Ashburn.

A few months ago, The Burn reported how Ashburn’s two main “pollo a la brasa” Peruvian roasted chicken places has closed in quick succession. Both The Pollo Factory and Firebrick Chicken shut their doors. Now, we’re back in action with the new District Pollo that opened today in Old Ashburn.

District Pollo features all the items you have come to expect from these places spit roasted chicken, black beans, white rice, sauces, salads, as well as Peruvian style sandwiches and even entrees like Lomo Saltado. (The full menu is below.)

The new restaurant is in a familiar spot — it took over the space formerly occupied by Firebrick at 20937 Ashburn Road.


4 Comments
  1. Sheryl Daniels 5 years ago
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    Is this the same restaurant as DISTRICT TACO in Arlington. I hope so and if it is will you also be putting those wonderful tacos on your menu.

  2. Scott Gammans 4 years ago
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    $21?? For just *one* whole chicken?!?

    Is that normal for these types of establishments? That seems very expensive for what is basically your garden-variety $9 grocery store rotisserie chicken fancified with some Peruvian spices.

  3. Tim Shaffer 4 years ago
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    Scott, that is on the expensive end of things. Firebrick (where this place used to be) charged $17. I wouldn’t pay more than that.

    • Scott Gammans 4 years ago
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      Well there you go then. Thanks for confirming my perception that is some pricey poultry!

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