RESTAURANT LINEN SERVICES FOR ALEXANDRIA, VA
Enjoy low weekly rental costs, pick-up, cleaning and complete deliveries.
Tablecloths, Napkins, Towels and More
OUR RESTAURANT LINEN SYSTEM
Choose Dempsey and enjoy three unique benefits:
Highest Quality Products
We know it can be frustrating for employees to search for linens without stains or, even worse, for a guest to find a stained napkin first.
At Dempsey, we leverage technology, like our ProductPlus™ system, to provide quality products that improve your guest experience. We start with well-known Milliken® table linens and process them using the most advanced laundering equipment. Careful inspection by the most tenured team in the business ensures that each package of linen will be clean and usable, saving you time and money.
Most Reliable Deliveries
We understand that linen shortages can really slow your restaurant down, frustrating employees and affecting your restaurant’s image.
To increase your restaurant’s efficiency, we leverage technologies, like our VacuTrack™ and MobileLink™ systems, to make complete deliveries on your scheduled delivery day. We accurately track the soiled linens you turn in, maintain deep inventories of the products you use, and route our trucks with GPS precision to make sure your delivery is on schedule.
Lowest Total Cost
Invoices from other restaurant linen suppliers can be frustrating. They may not even tell you how many linens you’re using.
At Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply, we harness technologies, like our VacuTrack™, CustomerPortal, and SilverSaver™ systems, to provide you with knowledge and insight via an online Customer Portal. This proprietary interface enables you to view and adjust your orders to control the total cost. We only bill you based on usage, plus, when employees leave flatware in your soil bags, we collect and return it to you at no additional cost.
Alexandria, VA Restaurants trust us to help them look good.
Not all linen companies are created equally. Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply is a top-rated restaurant linen services company. We offer restaurant linen rentals, linen services, and towel services to fine dining, cafés, country clubs, and food service companies.
Dempsey's $18 million commercial laundry service facility has received national recognition for its state-of-the art processing systems. From basic kitchen towels to colorful bib aprons to high quality tablecloths, restaurants have never looked so good! Plus, business owners are able to control their linen program and its cost like never before.
With Dempsey, you'll be able to concentrate on your customers and employees while our service runs seamlessly in the background. Your restaurant linens will be clean and crisp. Your delivery will be on-time and complete. And your billing will be based on your usage. Our innovative use of technology solves problems that restaurants have come to expect from other linen suppliers.
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Alexandria’s proximity to Washington, D.C. has been of great benefit to the city. Only the seventh largest city in Virginia by population, Alexandria is possessed of the highest average income of any independent city in the state, and is home to some of the most respected private schools in the country.
Located minutes away from the District, just across the Potomac, Alexandria’s quaint, old-world charm and natural beauty make it a popular shopping destination for area workers. Adjacent to the river, the Potomac Yard Center is a combination shopping and recreation center, comprised of multiple big-box stores, restaurants, and a theater complex. Old Town Alexandria, a highly compact and thoroughly walkable historic district, is home to a bevy of sophisticated boutiques, restaurants, antique shops, museums, and galleries. The Torpedo Factory Art Center, for example, is a converted munitions plant that currently houses 82 studios for artists who create and display multiple types of media and art.
Old Town Alexandria’s Market Square, one of the country’s oldest farmers markets, has been operating continuously since 1753. George Washington even sent produce to be sold there. Today, the Market is still a top destination for tourists and locals alike who enjoy fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, and fish.
The history of the city has also made its way into entertainment, and is memorialized in Mercy Street, a series that airs on PBS. The series depicts the drama that surrounded doctors and nurses as they lived and worked in Union-occupied Alexandria during the Civil War. Their real-world counterparts would have most likely visited the local apothecary, which is now known as the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum – just one of many historic buildings still standing in the region.
Since some of these edifices come with a story worth telling set amidst grand architectural details, their renovation and restoration has become quite popular over the years. In fact, some of Alexandria’s premier restaurants are located in these settings. The Gadsby’s Tavern Museum is a combination museum and restaurant, complete with lively, costumed tours that guide guests through the restored 18th century tavern and hotel. There, diners can indulge in an elegant repast in the same pub that George Washington and Thomas Jefferson once frequented. A fire hall dating back to the 1860s and an 18th century feed store have also been converted into restaurants. Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply is proud to support the restaurant scene in Alexandria by providing uniform rental services, restaurant linens, and facility supplies to a wide variety of dining establishments, including Theismanns Restaurant Bar, Rustico, and Vermillion Restaurant.
Today, located just seven miles from the District of Columbia, Alexandria is home to many Federal Government entities. The U.S. Department of Commerce is the city’s largest single employer, followed by the U.S. Department of Defense. Alexandria is home to the U.S. Patent Office and the National Science Foundation, as well as multiple professional trade associations and national charities like the National Society of Professional Engineers, the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the United Way, the Volunteers of America, and the Salvation Army.