A great place to go for some drinks and watch all sports games. Â I've been going to Glory Days since I was in high school. Â The only difference then was that I had to walk away from the bar and not to it. Â I've tried this Centreville location for the past few times after being a regular at the Fairfax location. Since moving to Centreville I've had a great time at this location and the bartender has been great always trying to be friendly and remember names. Â It can get absolutely ridiculous during the football season or hockey season but during soccer season or baseball season its a great place to sit back and relax and enjoy the good times. Â The drinks that I received from the bartender were good and strong and the appetizers and the burgers made the it a great time to watch my beloved Espana play their game (even if they lose). Â To enjoy this place you have to set your expectations accordingly and realize this is a loud and noisy bar with a few tipsy people. If this is your scene for a particular day try it out. If not, look elsewhere as there are other places further east that can bring that atmosphere.Review Source:
Its about time to give this Glory Days a little love. Â We've been coming here for a long time for semi regular happy hours and occasional meals. Â It's great place to try and catch a game when you have your family with you. Â I've had much of their menu over the years but am impressed by their often changing specials. Â I was again surprised over the weekend by their Cobb salad. Â In an attempt to try and be 'good' I got the Cobb with the dressing on the side. Â It is a large salad to be fair, and the dressing was bacon ranch, not your normal ranch. Â I'm a bit of a lettuce snob, and couldnt find one objectionable piece. Â
During the NFL season this place gets super packed of people wanting to watch the out of market games. Â Tables do not usually open up. Â The wait staff is great about letting you hang out and watch the whole game, but we always order a lot of food and beer.