Often referred to as the “Wegman’s shopping center” or “The one with the theatre”, the Village at Leesburg development just off Route 7 is adding more tenants and opening new dining options this Summer and Fall.
Set to open any day now is the latest location of Fratured Prune Doughnuts. Known by many for the fresh doghnuts and long lines at the Ocean City, MD beach area locations, you can soon bring a taste of the beach home without the pain of traffic on the bridge!
Also coming soon is Noku sushi. You may remember Noku from their previous location in Lansdowne Town Center.
An opening date has not been set but construction progress, including the recent addition of the outdoor sign, is being made on Shanghai Stations just next door to the Cobb movie theatre. The menu is being described as Asian French Fusion and certainly has an upscale feel.
In case you missed it, earlier this summer the King Pinz bowling alley/restaurant changed owners and names. Now Bowlero, they still offer bowling, big screen tvs and a full service dining experience.
Don’t forget that the Village at Leesburg is often the site of special events like the upcoming Great Grapes Wine Festival or October’s Beer, Bourboun & BBQ festival.
If you are interested in living near Village at Leesburg, here is an always up to date list of homes for sale.
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