Spring is just around the corner, and there are plenty of options for entertainment in Loudoun.
A group of Loudoun County winemakers have teamed up to create a red wine blend called the 2019 Valle Tranquilo, and bottles went on sale Feb. 12.
As a way to bring awareness and highlight businesses in the town of Leesburg, the town’s Department of Economic Development has launched a video series as part of a new initiative called “Locally Leesburg.”
Salamander Hotels and Resorts in Middleburg has teamed up with Food & Wine Magazine to present “The Family Reunion,” a multi-day event celebrating diversity in the hospitality industry.
-StageCoach Theatre Company Presents “Til Death Do Us Part – murder mystery.” Feb. 6, 7, 13, 14 and 20 at 6:30 p.m. $60 includes show and dinner catered by Pure Perfection LLC. Live at Oatlands, 20850 Oatlands Plantation Lane, Leesburg. Stagecoachtc.com.
Goosecup, a hip new coffee and cocktails destination adjacent to the new King Street Station development by the W&OD Trail in downtown Leesburg, is set to open Jan. 30.
For the past 20 years, classically trained chef Mike Tauraso of Frederick, Md., has owned The Tasting Room, a successful and popular high-end restaurant in downtown Frederick.
While many Loudoun residents will be mostly enjoying holiday activities from home this year, local businesses and restaurants are trying out creative strategies to attract customers during the holiday season.
About 800 people joined a virtual celebration on Nov. 13 for the 26th Annual Loudoun Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards, during which Purcellville’s Catoctin Creek Distilling claimed several of the top honors.
Award-winning Chef Tarver King from the renowned Restaurant at Patowmack Farm in Lovettsville has announced his newest venture — a destination restaurant on Old Waterford Road in Paeonian Springs.
Chef Santosh Tiptur’s highly anticipated new restaurant in Sterling is fast approaching its opening day with a “hopeful” target date the first week of November.
According to data recently released by the U.S. Travel Association, visitor spending in Loudoun County increased for the sixth consecutive year in 2019, contributing almost $2 billion to the local economy.
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.
So rapid and disarming was the arrival of the COVID-19 health crisis that it made its entrance into the lives of many via a single, unwelcome phone call, email or text. Tim Rowley, executive chef and part-owner of Leesburg's The Wine Kitchen, got his call March 15 from majority owner Jason Miller.
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…