They say everything old is new again and the historic downtown section of Leesburg is proof of just that. I’ve always had a soft spot for historic small towns and watching the resurgence happening in Leesburg’s character filled downtown area has been amazing! Amidst established favorites like Lightfoot, Black Shutter antiques and The Wine Kitchen it seems like there is a new shop, restaurant or brewery opening every few weeks.
The first U.S. Outpost for Delirium beer opened a cafe this summer on the corner of King
and Loudoun St. Known for their Belgium brews be sure to stop by for a waffle or grab a sandwich and enjoy the outside seating in the beer garden.
Also on South King St. and brand new to the Leesburg scene is Bites grilled cheese and wine bar. Expect to see creative grilled cheese combos, cheese boards and salads on the menu along with wine and cocktails.
No matter which adult beverage you prefer, Downtown Leesburg has you covered. In addition to great spots for wine (The Wine Kitchen, Chimole and the Leesburg Vintner) you can now try small batch tequila and craft beers in the heart of town. Black Walnut Brewery and Black Hoof Brewing launched in recent months and the early reviews have been positive. Cocina on Market opened their doors in August and features Mexican food, street tacos and tequila flights.
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