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    One Loudoun adds another restaurant

    Copperwood Tavern, a farm-to-table restaurant with a location in Arlington, is heading to One Loudoun. - Courtesy Photo
    In another move to bolster its standing as an entertainment and dining destination, One Loudoun has announced it will add Copperwood Tavern to its crowded 2015 slate.

    In addition to Copperwood Tavern, One Loudoun has Matchbox Vintage Pizza Bistro, the Redskins Grille and an Italian restaurant inspired by chef Robert Wiedmaier expected to open next year.

    Copperwood Tavern is a farm-to-table restaurant, with a location already open in Arlington.

    Washington D.C.-based restaurateur Reese Gardner, who has a few other establishments in Washington, leased a 6,500-square-foot building at One Loudoun.

    One Loudoun developer Bill May said his development began with the intention to focus on restaurants and entertainment.

    It has done just that, opening Alamo Drafthouse, an anchor movie theater, as well as a current agreement to open more than a dozen new restaurants.


    Comments

    The only bad thing about Loudoun One is all the housing development so close together. Eastern Loudoun has run out of room for more Schools.


    We can watch a ballgame on the television screen just like before we paid to much for the sheriff sub-station property or the stadium was fast tracked and voted for by every supervisor.


    Should I worry that I can see through the heads of people eating at that restaurant?


    Everett also does not seem to like being in public, other than the gym, and feels the need to share his thoughts with his friends on the LTM comments section.


    Dont forget that he Everett likes to talk about the gym and a phantom girlfriend too.  He needs to call everyone else fat to make him self feel ripped. 

    How much ya bench?


    LOL, that is all Everett knows how to do, post ridiculous non factual judgmental nonsense.


    Eating at home or a restaurant is not what makes people fat or thin.

    Again with the ridiculous non factual judgmental nonsense post.


    I think I figured out why I see so many fat people when I run my errands every Saturday. How many restaurants does this place need?

    I like eating at home. I know what goes into my body and it saves money.

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