RESTAURANT LINEN SERVICES FOR NORTHERN VIRGINIA

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.

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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.

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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.

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Northern Virginia 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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Dempsey’s FREE Cost Analysis will allow you to compare your current service with ours, and pinpoint the areas in which you can gain more control over your rental program and its costs.

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THE DEMPSEY DIFFERENCE:

Three reasons why top companies choose us...

Familiy Owned Business

FAMILY OWNED

We’ll treat you like one of the family.

Technology focused

TECHNOLOGY

Our Technology = Seamless Service

Excellent Reputation

REPUTATION

Our excellent reputation is earned.

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In Northern Virginia, an Affluent, Diverse Population Demands and Appreciates Unique Dining

Northern Virginia, an area located on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay between the Potomac and Rappahannock River, used to be called the Northern Neck Proprietary. Comprised of a hefty 5 million acres, the expanse covers more territory than the five smallest U.S. states combined.

King Charles II, in appreciation for unflagging loyalty to the Crown during the English Civil War, once granted this land to a gentleman named Thomas Culpeper. Culpeper’s grandson, Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, later took control of the acreage. In 1781, impressed by then 16-year-old George Washington, Lord Fairfax hired him to survey his properties to the west of the Blue Ridge. Living in Virginia during the American Revolution, the Lord remained neutral during the battle, living quietly on his estates. After his death, he was buried in his beloved Virginia at the ripe old age of 90, just a few weeks after General George Washington and French General the Comte de Rochambeau forced the surrender of the British at Yorktown, ending the Revolution in an American triumph.

During his Presidency, George Washington planned out the District of Columbia, intending for it to serve as the new nation’s Capitol. Divided by the Potomac River, the District originally included lands from the Northern Neck of Virginia as well as a plot in Maryland. However, the Virginia portion was later returned to its original owner, partly as a concession to the District’s abolishment of slave trading.

During the Civil War, the territory of Northern Virginia served a crucial purpose, as Washington D.C. and the Confederate Capital at Richmond were less than 150 miles apart. Multiple battles were fought there, and the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia was the first to actually refer to it as Northern Virginia. The principal army of the Confederacy was involved in dozens of historical battles including two at Manassas, Harper’s Ferry, two in Winchester, Belle Grove, Chantilly and many others. In all, six major war campaigns were fought in the area.

Today, thriving retail businesses contribute to the employment and economic stability of the region, attracting shoppers from all over the state. The Tyson’s Galleria Mall opened in 1988 with high-end department stores including Niemen Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. In 2002, National Geographic described it as, “the Rodeo Drive of the East.” Fairfax Square opened in 1990 and is now home to the largest Tiffany & Co. store found outside New York City.

Northern Virginia is home to a population with a diversity of backgrounds, including Afghan, Arab, Chinese, Ethiopian, Filipino, Korean, Indian, Iranian, Thai, Palestinian, Pakistani, Russian, Uzbek, and Vietnamese. A combination of affluence and ethnic influence create an unusually sophisticated populace, one who clamors for and supports a wide variety of eateries that offer creative twists on traditional foods, chef-inspired original dishes, and destination-worthy dining experiences. At Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply, we are proud to supply uniform rentals, restaurant linens, commercial laundry services, and facility supplies to a wide variety of dining establishments in Northern Virginia and the surrounding area, including Inchins Bamboo Garden, the Restaurant at Patowmack Farm, and Passion Fin Asian Bistro.