If you want to eat well, go where the natives eat. That’s the general rule, and a glance around Leesburg’s Blue Ridge Grill will tell you that the restaurant has a lot of the natives.
Stopping by for Sunday dinner, the Grill was doing a healthy business. Even so, we were seated promptly, served attentively and received our food quickly.
We started off with the unique, an appetizer of steak and cheese eggrolls. Wrapped with peppers and onions, it was a spicy treat and vanished quickly from our plates.
The Blue Ridge Grill serves a variety of American cuisine, with a particularly strong steak selection.
This time, however, I settled in on the King St. Creole Pasta: penne served with chicken, shrimp and andouille sausage in a zesty sauce. Spicy and flavorful, it’ll certainly warm you up.
The Leesburg location is certainly not fancy, but the restaurant does maintain a comfortable atmosphere and some very good food. It’s also distinctly Loudoun with prints of local equestrian events on the walls.
There is also a Blue Ridge Grill in Brambleton, but the menus are different enough to warrant distinct reviews. So stay tuned.
Blue Ridge Grill 955 Edward’s Ferry Road, Leesburg