The meatball-themed restaurant is a first for the local dining scene.

Yes, you read that right. Balls of Glory is the name of a new meatball-themed restaurant that opened today in downtown Leesburg. It’s the brainchild of Curtis Allred, the restauranteur behind Delirium Café at the corner of Loudoun Street and South King Street. 

If you go to Delirium’s front door, then walk around the side of the building into the parking lot, you’ll see a rear doorway with a mailbox that says 1 Loudoun St. on it. That’s Balls of Glory’s temporary location. (On Day 1, The Burn didn’t see any signage, so be alert.)

Here’s what’s happening. Señor Ramon Taqueria, currently at 15 Loudoun Street, is moving up the block into the recently renovated building kitty-corner from Delirium. It used to be a large antiques shop. Once Senor Ramon makes its move, Balls of Glory will move into the storefront they vacated.


Balls of Glory’s menu is filled with meatball dishes of all shapes and sizes: Classic meatballs with veal, pork and beef; Osso Bucco meatballs made with roasted lamb; there are turkey meatballs, vegetarian meatballs and more. You can have them on their own, or on a sandwich, on a salad, on pasta. You can also pick from a variety of sauces including marinara, Swedish rosemary, 4 cheese and more.

During this prelim “pop up” period in the temporary location, they have a limited menu. The take-out menu shows lunch and dinner hours seven days a week.


  1. Anonymous 5 years ago

    Awesome, I will be there for sure ????????????????????

  2. Anonymous 5 years ago

    Hope its better than the food at delirium, that place is terrible

  3. Anonymous 5 years ago

    so they want $11 for a sub with 3 meatballs on it? I think we’ll see an article in a few months saying this place closed.

  4. Anonymous 5 years ago

    It’s $11 plus $2 if you want them on bread. So, $13 plus tax and tip you are prompted to give for 15, 20, or 25% for fast food/carry out.

  5. Anonymous 5 years ago

    Yeah… doesn’t include the cost of the meatball delivery vehicle, so $11 is base price.

  6. Anonymous 5 years ago

    Beard-net, please!

  7. Anonymous 5 years ago

    Ugh! Why is that “chef” not wearing beard net/cover? That’s disgusting. Was very much looking forward to this place as I love meatballs, but that photo alone has turned me off.

  8. Anonymous 5 years ago

    free beard topping! yum!

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