When LoudounGo, a new web platform designed for ordering locally grown produce, meat and other items typically sold at farmers’ markets, launched in May, its creators, Luke and Ardelle Baldwin, suggested there would be more news ahead.
A development at the corner of Ashburn and Hay roads in old Ashburn is finally coming to fruition after at least five years of discussion, planning and zoning approvals.
The rainclouds that hung over Loudoun for much of Thursday were merciful enough to dissipate by the evening, allowing opening-night visitors at the Loudoun Arts Film Festival to enjoy the mountainous milieu of Middleburg's 50 West Vineyards in all its sun-dappled glory.
A Round Hill-raised pop artist releasing her full-length debut; a film festival that found creative workarounds to continue amid COVID-19; and a vintner looking to bring up the next generation of Loudoun farmers. All this, and more, on this episode of The Go LoCo Podcast!
Apple Picking and Corn Maze at Great Country Farms. 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. daily. Advance tickets are not required for weekday visits, but are highly recommended for weekends. Come enjoy freshly pressed cider, the What’s a Henway Corn Maze, apple cider donuts and the 12-acre play area. On the weeke…
While local agritourism businesses are booming during the cornonavirus pandemic due to a renewed interest in people wanting to know where their food is coming from, Loudoun County winemaker Doug Fabbioli is introducing a weekly event called the “Loudoun Country Market.”
In its third year, our annual restaurant roundup welcomes more than a handful of new eateries to the list. Restaurants featured here* have demonstrated a consistent dedication to food quality, attentive yet comfortable service and an all-around special dining experience. With the first seven…
The buzz over Buford’s Biscuits in downtown Leesburg has been heating up all summer, and the new eatery is finally set to open Aug. 20.
For one Ashburn mother, there’s a bright spot in being homebound for several months: She has rediscovered the joy of cooking for her family, and as a result, has developed a new business, blog and social media following to chronicle her journey.
A comedian who's taken his talents to the Web for a lack of a live audience; a wine connoisseur whose new Leesburg bar honors the subversive and the creative; and an indie rock group making their way toward the big-time. All this, and more, on this episode of The Go LoCo Podcast!
Master Sommelier and Culinary Institute of America graduate Jarad Slipp is bringing his pizza-producing skills and a selection of niche wines to Middleburg with a new restaurant set to open this week.
From July 31 until Oct. 24, the Town of Leesburg will close South King Street from Market to Loudoun streets on Friday and Saturday evenings to give some downtown restaurants the option to expand capacity via outdoor seating.