As our region enters Phase Two of the Forward Virginia plan, Loudoun County’s restaurants are finding unique ways to welcome guests. Looking for a gorgeous view of the Blue Ridge Mountains? Or perhaps you seek dining in a secret garden, or a secluded table at the center of barley field.
These nine picturesque patios provide elegant arrangements for socially-distanced seating:
Shoe’s Cup & Cork in Leesburg:
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Wheatland Spring Farm + Brewery in Waterford:
Dirt Farm Brewing in Bluemont:
Fabbioli Cellars in Leesburg:
Petite Loulou Crêperie in Purcellville:
Vanish Farmwoods Brewery in Leesburg:
Casanel Vineyards and Winery in Leesburg:
D.C. Prime in Ashburn:
Wild Hare Cider in Leesburg:
Hundreds of Loudoun restaurants and other local businesses have signed the “Loudoun Is Ready” pledge to follow the latest safety guidelines and best practices issued by the CDC and Virginia Department of Health. Customers can be confident that pledged businesses — including Shoe’s Cup & Cork, Wheatland Spring Farm + Brewery, Dirt Farm Brewing and Fabbioli Cellars — are committed to their health and well-being.