Aldie is an unincorporated community located between Chantilly and Middleburg in Loudoun County, Virginia. Aldie's historic heart is the Village of Aldie that is located on the John Mosby Highway (U.S. Route 50) in a gap between the Catoctin Mountains and Bull Run Mountains, through which the Little River flows. Aldie traditionally serves as the gateway to Loudoun Valley and beyond.
Things to do in Aldie
4.5 based on 513 reviews
Located in the quaint village of Middleburg and inspired by four centuries of Virginia Hunt Country tradition, the Red Fox embodies the Piedmont’s cultural heritage. Established in 1728, our four story fieldstone Inn and Tavern boasts hand-hewn ceiling beams, heart pine floors and paneling, working fireplaces, and walls adorned with sporting art. Join us in the heart of Virginia’s famed Hunt and Wine Country to enjoy a hearty meal in our tavern followed by a relaxing evening in one of our cozy guest rooms.
Went for lunch, like we have done many times in the past, but we found it not to be open for lunch. This place is very historic and I am sure that the dinners are exceptional. Why they are closed for lunch escapes me.
4.5 based on 224 reviews
This is a happening place in Brambleton. The food and service is good. It caters to couples and families especially those who are panning to catch a movie next door. It's a busy place over the weekends so get there early to be seated right away.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
This place is so cute! They have so many types of pies, and some savory items as well. The store is small, but they really make the most of the space for the pies and other treats!
4.5 based on 76 reviews
By sharing your experiences, you're helping travelers make better choices and plan thWow. This place has been here for a very long time. The pies looked incredible. We took home a maple apple pie. Probably the BEST PIE CRUST I have ever had!!!! The pie was also incredibly delicious. Cash only.eir dream trips. Thank you!
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Had a great ham and cheese sandwich with a root beer. Lots of choices and a nice selection of local drinks as well as standard ones. The service was very quick and the place was really clean. They have outdoor seating as well. It beats the high prices at the Salamander resort and only a 15 minute walk from the resort.
4.5 based on 260 reviews
Ford's receives good ratings on Trip Advisor so we were lured to the restaurant. They were very busy on a Friday and do not accept reservations, but you can call to be placed on a 30 minute wait list. We still arrived at the designated...MoreThank you for taking your time your great experience. Hope to see you soon! Jorge M.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
We love this place! The food is great and the ambience is good. We come almost every week for breakfast and we love the spinach, feta and egg on flat bread. The coffee is excellent. Nice outdoor seating area.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
After a day of winery hopping, my friends and I were in search for a cool place to have a late lunch. Thanks to the many positive reviews, we discovered Brassicas. This roadside café is quaint and charming. The sandwiches were fresh and delicious. We ordered the chicken salad sandwich and roast beef and goat cheese - both solid choices. The potato salad is not your typical salad. It had a spicy spin to it and it was yummy. Our vegan friend was happy with the selection that suited her too. There are outdoor picnic tables which makes the place dog-friendly. Overall, we enjoyed our visit and highly recommend this local café.
4 based on 80 reviews
Ben and Mrs Too took a very enjoyable day trip to and about Loudoun County, Virginia this past weekend, and had an excellent lunch at Ciro Ristorante. The restaurant is another of the pearls we have come across which, though located at the anchor end of a large shopping mall, offers surpassingly good food. Ciro's offers various Italian dishes, as well as a full variety of popular pizza pies. The owner is Neapolitan, and serves a very extensive menu of Italian favorites shaded with a touch of his native Naples.
The restaurant is quite modern in design, and features a revolving door entrance. The weather was bright and seasonal when we visited, but on a windy January day or a sweltering August one, I am sure the advantage of that door would be quite apparent. The premises are extremely well maintained, and the staff are uncommonly welcoming.
Mrs Too had an unsweetened iced tea and rigatoni with hot Italian sausage and peppers. Ben asked for his usual old fashion cocktail to go with an order of saltimbocca, one of his favorite dishes. Our entrees were delicious, but Ben must state that traditional cocktails are not Ciro’s strong suite. His drinks were not unpleasant by any means, but decidedly not true old fashions. We ate and ate and ate, then went home with enough leftovers for dinner.
Elmer, the host, and Diana took great care of us, checking back to see that we had everything we needed, but not often enough to pester us.
All in all, an exceptional meal at a moderate cost in a comfortable setting, presented attractively and served admirably. What more is there to expect?
4.5 based on 277 reviews
The award-winning Goodstone Inn & Restaurant features a refined approach to French Country cuisine keeping to traditional and classical techniques. Goodstone excels at creating seasonally influenced cuisine. Drawing inspiration and purpose from the 265-acre estate of rolling hills and farmland, Goodstone provides guests with an unparalleled farm-to-table dining experience, featuring the very finest and freshest of ingredients from the gardens at Goodstone and other local farms. Our wine cellar offers an expansive selection of wines from Virginia’s wine country and around the world. Enjoy elegant ambiance under the trees while dining in the new Conservatory dining room.
As an american ex-pat living in Europe, I occasionally visit this restaurant while visiting my mother in Mburg. You could categorize me as a real foodie and wine lover, as I always try to seek out the finer gastronomic treats in any part of the world. The wine list at the Goodstone has always been impressive (in my opinion one of the finest in Virginia and has won a Wine Spectator award the last two years) but now the food has been taken to a new level of culinary excellence. The young chef (I believe his name is Eric) in his early 30s is extremely talented and every dish of the 4 course menu was cooked to perfection. The presentation was beautiful and matched the beautiful flavors and colors carefully displayed in the dishes, and the ingredients were absolutely top notch (he tries to source the ingredients locally). I was very pleasantly surprised about the vast improvement over the past year and am much looking forward to our next visit at the Goodstone restaurant!
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