Cheeburger Cheeburger closes in Sterling

The restaurant was popular for its burgers, milkshakes and onion rings.

After more than a decade serving up cheeseburgers, onion rings, milkshakes and kids meals in boxes shaped like cars, the Cheeburger Cheeburger location in Sterling has closed.

The windows at the space at the Dulles 28 Centre have been painted over, the sign over the door is gone, and a peek inside shows that much of the furniture and equipment has been removed.

Cheeburger Cheeburger had been one of the longtime tenants at the center, with its 1950s style decor and simple burger joint menu.

The brand started on Sanibel Island, Fla. in 1986 and expanded around the eastern US. According to the company’s website, the next nearest Cheeburger Cheeburgers are three locations in Maryland — Annapolis, Rockville and Columbia — and one in Virginia at the Richmond airport.

No word on who might fill that spot at the Dulles 28 Centre.

No word on who might fill that spot at the Dulles 28 Centre.

(Image at top: Cheeburger Cheeburger)

  1. I love hamburgers 2 years ago

    Good, they were absolutely terrible. Service was always atrocious and the food was subpar. I have no idea how they made it for so long…

  2. K 2 years ago

    I worked there for about 7 years. I met my husband and best friends there. When I started it was always busy, always clean, and always delicious. It was so sad to see it decline over the years. I have a lot of great memories thanks to this place, but I’m glad it’s finally closed. RIP Cheeburger Cheeburger!

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