Newsy Newsletter

Welcome to November!

We can hardly believe that November is already here! Time to start digging out those winter clothes… but it’s still a good time to enjoy being outdoors whether you’re frolicking in the fall weather or having to rake all of those pesky leaves.


November is bringing all new specials for you to enjoy!


Back by popular demand, our featured appetizer will be the Spicy Cauliflower Bites…lightly fried cauliflower florets in a mild Aleppo pepper seasoned batter and served with our homemade ranch dressing for dipping!


With Thanksgiving coming up, we want to give everyone the opportunity to enjoy those comfort foods for more than just a single day… so come in and try our Open Faced Turkey Sandwich with Mashed Potatoes; also served with a side of steamed vegetables. This hearty meal with fill you up and keep you warm all month long!


Another warm and hearty option is our Homemade Chili and Cornbread Muffin, but if you need something a little extra, try pairing the chili with a custom grilled cheese!

If you’re looking for something a little lighter, try the Harvest Pear Salad… Arcadian lettuce topped with bleu cheese, dried cranberries, candied pecans, red onion, pico, and fresh pear slices. Served with your choice of dressing.


And let’s not forget dessert! We will be featuring some delicious Pumpkin Pie topped with whipped cream. It is certainly one of our favorites, so we hope you enjoy it as well!


Speaking of dessert, don’t worry about stressing over baking for your family Thanksgiving dinner, order pies or other specialty items from us! Give us a call at 703-830-0038 or come by and place your order at the front counter. All orders must be placed by Sunday, November 18th and they will be ready for pick up on Tuesday, November 20th!


Calendar of Events

November 3: Sandwich Day…we invite you to come in and enjoy your favorite sandwich with us!

November 6: U.S. General Election Day…exercise your right as an American citizen and vote.

November 10: USMC Day…celebrates the birth of the United States Marine Corps!

November 11: Veteran’s Day…a day to honor all members of the Armed Forces who served this country.

November 22: Thanksgiving… give thanks for anything and everything today… The Main Street Pub is CLOSED all day today!

November 23: Black Friday…one of the busiest shopping days of the year!

November 28: French Toast Day…our French toast is quite tasty… come in and enjoy it!




Sunset Sessions on Wednesdays, 7-9 pm

11/7: David Lange

11/14: Sarah Swanner

11/21: Radio NV


Rockin’ the House Music, 9 pm-Midnight

November 2:     Rick Shubert

November 3:     Jerry Irwin

November 9:     Radio NV

November 10:   Jackie Holtzhauer

November 16:   Nick Coons

November 17:   David Dowol

               11/23:   Mike & Chris

               11/24:   Sarah & Kevin

               11/30:   James Helle


Don’t forget to come out on the 26th and join in on Karaoke Night!



Did you know that an estimated 50 million pumpkin pies are eaten on Thanksgiving? Along with pumpkin pie, you can enjoy all sorts of foods such as breads, soups, and other desserts made with pumpkin!


Originally, pumpkins are native to Central America and Mexico, but have since expanded across six continents. Pumpkins have been growing in North America for 5,000 years now. The top states producing pumpkins are Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and California. Over 800 million pumpkins are ripe for picking just in October, which covers 80% of the United States’ entire pumpkin crop.


While also delicious, pumpkins are low in calories, fat, and sodium but high in fiber. The pumpkin seeds are high in iron and can be enjoyed after roasting! Or if you prefer to grow your own pumpkins, be sure to plant the seeds between May and July. There are more 45 different varieties of pumpkins and they range in size and colors.


Be sure to come down to The Main Street Pub to enjoy some pumpkin pie!




We are so thankful for having great customers like you and we hope that you are able to enjoy the fall weather and upcoming holidays with us! We’ll see you soon down at The Main Street Pub!


The McNamara Clan