Two Loudoun restaurants — Leesburg's ChefScape Kitchen and City Tap House in One Loudoun — will host drag shows for the first time next month, and with tickets for both sold-out weeks in advance, it appears county residents may have a recurring new entertainment option.
The Capital Burger, which crafts “luxe burgers” and offers spiked shakes along with a well-rounded wine list, will open in the Hyatt Regency at Reston Town Center Jan. 27.
Throughout her life, Leesburg resident Alyssa Sobecki has dealt with severe reactions from various foods, which brought on intestinal issues, rashes and swelling.
Unique French pastries served with a hot cup of coffee or tea will be the theme at a new “specialty dessert house” at 3 E. Market St. in Leesburg, just across from the county courthouse.
Bike TrAle Brewery, located at 101 Loudoun St. in downtown Leesburg, is closing its doors after two years in business and will turn over the keys to Dynasty Brewing out of Ashburn.
The owners of Lost Creek Winery in Lucketts are planning to open a new wine bar in downtown Leesburg in the spring.
After working in the wedding industry for more than 10 years, Leesburg resident Barbara Kriss said she realized wedding professionals in Loudoun County were in need of a place to call their own.
Known over the years as a “hidden gem” for foodies – especially considering it's housed alongside a gas station – Leesburg's Thai Pan is celebrating 15 years in historic downtown.
When Leesburg resident David Mercado decided to open Art Sweet Art in historic Leesburg on Loudoun Street in 2018, he did so with the goal of promoting local artisans and providing them with a space to show and sell their work.
Harpers Ferry Brewing north of Hillsboro is making national headlines today with its planned Wednesday release of “Sell The Team IPA."
When Jason Chubbuck was a student at Western Carolina University, located in a rural town in North Carolina, he observed several driving fatalities as students left campus to find late-night food after parties.