Welcome to Eye Street Optical
Your Optician in Chantilly, VA.

Call us at (703) 830-6377 today.

Total Eye Care in Chantilly, VA

Find all of your optical needs at Eye Street Optical and receive professional assistance in finding prescription eyeglasses, designer frames, safety eyewear and sunglasses that meet all of your vision requirements. We have a full service optical lab on the premises to offer the best quality optical services and professional eye care to our patients. Our optical services include same day service on most single vision lenses, repairs while you wait, emergency repairs and soldering.

Experienced and Trusted Eye Care Specialists

We have the experience of over two decades in fitting difficult prescriptions accurately. We offer a large selection of the latest eyewear from designer brands. We now offer state-of-the-art digital lens fitting for the clearest vision yet.

Our State of the Art Lens Technology Includes:

  • Hi Index Ultra-Thin Lenses: Thin, light-weight glasses.
  • Polycarbonate Lenses: Thin, high-impact resistant lenses for fashion and safety.
  • Transitions: Lenses that change in the sun.
  • Crizal Alize Anti-Reflective Coating: For clear, crisp vision.
  • Polarized Sun Lenses: Reduces glare for more comfortable outdoor vision.
  • Varilux Physio: The newest technology in progressive lenses from Varilux.
  • Zeiss: Known for outstanding quality in German engineering of lenses.

We provide high quality lenses for eyeglasses and sunglasses including shooting glasses, ballistic glasses, running and cycling eyewear, computer and gaming eyewear and boating and fishing eyewear.

Our Frame Brands include:

  • Silhouette
  • Oakley
  • Nike
  • Liz Claiborne
  • Modo
  • Pro Design
  • Hugo Boss
  • Kate Spade
  • Flexon
  • Miraflex for Children
  • Gunnar Gaming & Computer Eyewear

Contact Eye Street Optical Today

We hope you’ll make Eye Street Optical your resource for total eye care in Chantilly, Virginia. If you have any questions, contact us or call us directly at 703-830-6377.

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New Clients receive 20% OFF Second Pair of Complete Glasses!

Business Address

3910 Centreville Rd
Chantilly, VA 20151

Coverage Area

Chantilly, Centreville, Fairfax, Greenbriar, Oak Hill, Herndon, South Riding, Arcola, Ashburn, Reston, Clifton, Stone Ridge, Dulles and Franklin Farm.


Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Kathy Fritzke

    Kathy Fritzke has been the heart and soul of Eye Street Optical since its opening in 1986. With over 40 years of experience of working as a licensed optician, she has enjoyed helping the community to see better while keeping them in the most up to date styling and in the newest technology in lenses. Her years of knowledge and understanding of patients needs allow her to help them with even the most difficult prescriptions. She takes pride in providing her patients with the finest quality eyewear and outstanding customer service.

  • Luz Cardenas

    Luz Cardenas, a licensed optician, has been in the optical business since 1997. She joined the Eye Street Optical team in October 1998 and is fluent in both English and Spanish. Luz brings with her the strong ability to solve problems related with vision issues. She is a master craftsman in the laboratory and is very skilled at repairing eyewear. Along with her keen eye for fashion, she enjoys helping people find their best look.

  • Karen McAteer

    Karen McAteer, a licensed optician, is part of the original Eye Street Optical team and has been in the optical business for over 25 years. Her strengths lie in her ability to listen and respond to the needs of the patient. With her excellent sense of style, she enjoys helping to choose the perfect frame and uses her years of optical knowledge to provide her patients with the best vision.

  • Laura Waters

    Laura Waters, a certified optician for over 25 years is experienced in all areas of vision related problems. As an excellent craftsman, she enjoys providing the highest quality in eyewear to her patients. With her vast knowledge and her willingness to go beyond what it takes, she gives the patient comfort in knowing they are getting the very best.


Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients


    I have been a customer for 30 years. Yes, I have been to other places, but no other place compares to the service I get at eye Street Optical. I could tell you many stories from the time they rescued a new pair of glasses after I drove over them with my car to the many times I come in for adjustments. I am very hard on eye glasses and they always are glad to see me and make the adjustments. The entire staff is very professional. Not only do they know the technical side of their business, they also make selecting new frames a very pleasurable experience. You cannot go wrong with anyone at Eye Street Optical, but my favorite is Laura!

    Jeff W.

    I stopped by because my hinge on my glasses had broken unexpectedly. The owner greeted me with a smile and was able to get it fixed within a couple of hours and the glasses were like new. Price to fix it was quite reasonable as well.

    Paul M.

    I've been buying and servicing my glasses at Eye Street Optical for many years. I've always found their opticians to be very knowledgeable, patient and pleasant and their overall customer service outstanding!

    Trevor B.

    All the opticians at the Chantilly facility are extremely patient and friendly. Our family has been going to them for several years now and each time it has been a wonderful experience.

    Anita M.

    We purchased our son's eye glasses here and very pleased with great customer service. Dr. Joedicke is especially nice.

    Dave R.

    Great selection of frames and fantastic service.

    Thomas Unander-S.

    Great service. My eyeglass arm broke and in five minutes they replaced with a temp and ordered the replacement under warranty. Always personal and friendly.

    Juan Mario A.

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