Cook Out, ranked among the nation’s top regional fast food chains, plans to bring its menu of shakes, burgers and chicken to Northern Virginia.
The Thomasville, North Carolina-based company has filed plans for a new location at 8502 Centreville Road in Manassas Park, according to plans obtained from Construction Journal. The roughly 3,761-square foot building appears to have last been occupied by a now-shuttered Roy Rogers. The property, owned by Lohr Management Ltd and Orchard Corp., is assessed at about $1.6 million, according to Manassas Park city assessment records.
Cook Out serves char-grilled burgers, fried and barbecued chicken, and hot dogs, among other items, as well as a range of sides and milkshakes in more than 40 flavors. The company already had established a presence in Virginia, but its closest location to Greater Washington is in Fredericksburg, according to its website. It also lists a Salisbury, Maryland location.
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