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McCoy's Bar & Grill

419 Gateway Dr

Winchester, VA

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Winchester Restaurant History

The following restaurants have previously occupied or currently occupy this location.

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Food here was very good - homemade fries and homemade chips. Had a prime rib sandwich with au jus and chicken tenders. Service was also very good. However - to the owners - I encourage you to please, please wipe down the condiment bottles and salt and pepper as well as the tv remotes - what a mess. They were very dirty and i did not want to touch them. — Anonymous Reviewer

Thursday, April 18, 2013

I got the philly cheesesteak and it had no taste, the rueben was not good at all, the kids meal ribs came in one slab, they did not cut the ribs into individual slices for a child to handle,and they had waaaaaay too much bbq sauce. I felt like I got took for $41. Also, the waitress was clueless and could care less. The only reason this place got a 1 star from me is because thats the lowest rating I was offered. The food and service is terrible, and will recommend no one go there. — Anonymous Reviewer

Monday, January 14, 2013

The only thing good about this place are the fries, wings are terrible chicken cheese steak was bland and bun wasn't even toasted and they no longer make shakes the service was good but I won't go back. — Anonymous Reviewer

Friday, November 2, 2012

There is no better place in town to be on a Sunday. The tv at every booth is great I was able to watch my football game while my buddies could watch theirs. The TVs are really easy to use because there is a remote at each table. They are small TVs but perfect for personal viewing . The food is reasonably priced and also comes out hot. For the portions you get I would rather come here than go to some chain. It was noisy in there on Sunday but hello it's football and its a bar? Do you expect it to be low lighting and classical music playing? Real Mccoys is what it is, a bar that serves up really good food . I wish them luck an I hope they can survive and grow. I'm glad I don't have to go to Bww or glory days anymore. The only thing that needs a small change is service. But they are new so I'm sure they will work it out. — Anonymous Reviewer

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

We tried this place on Sunday evening. As previously mentioned, the menu is limited and the prices are high. Yes, they have tvs at every booth but of course the screens are very small. There's a large tv behind the bar and the bar had a fair-sized crowd so they restaurant was EXTREMELY noisy. Since the place is small, there is no place to sit that has even a lower volume of noise. I couldn't figure the sound on the individual tv but it had closed captioning. We weren't impressed and probably won't go back, at least for a couple of months. — Anonymous Reviewer

Monday, September 24, 2012

Tried the Jalapeno Burger at McCoys and was highly disappointed. For $10.00 I got a burger that is much smaller than what I would buy at Five Guys and the jalapenos were pickled, not fresh. Not spicy at all which is sad because a burger @ Five Guys with fresh jalapenos will know your socks off! On the plus side, our waitress was very attentive and friendly. She really did a good job checking on our table, refilling our drinks and giving my wife a 'to-go' cup to carry out her iced tea. — Anonymous Reviewer

Thursday, September 20, 2012

We had lunch here today, first time. It was after 1pm, so there was no crowd. Service was prompt, although the waitress did admit she didn't know how to work the remote for the table-side TV, and neither did we. Husband had a burger and fries, and I had the reuben and fries. Both orders were correct, food was hot and fresh. The reuben wasn't the best I've ever had, but it was edible. Hubby said the burger was very good, and we both liked the fries. Menu is limited, but we'll probably go back once in a while, during slow times. — Anonymous Reviewer

Monday, September 10, 2012

Had dinner here last night an the food was amazing. I had the Philly cheesesteak, and my friends had the prime rib sandwich, the macaroni and cheese burger and the pulled pork. Everything came out timely even for them being busy because of the football games. Great place to watch the game because they give you a tv at your booth. Prices are like everywhere else in town but the portions are bigger than your chain restaurants. Finally nice to have a place on my side of town that serves good food and is locally owned. We will be going back!! — Anonymous Reviewer

Saturday, September 8, 2012

This review is for the McCoy's that replaced Foster's. The food is overpriced and not very good. Kids meals are about $7 as the meal and the drink are priced separately. The chicken cheese steak that I ordered tasted like it had been prepared with leftover chicken that was a day or more old. The fries are just like what Foster's used to have, so they are good, but that's about the only thing. — Anonymous Reviewer