Ashburn is a census-designated place (CDP) in Loudoun County, Virginia. As of the 2010 United States Census, its population was 43,511. It is 30 miles (48 km) northwest of Washington, D.C. and part of the Washington metropolitan area.
Things to do in Ashburn
4.5 based on 833 reviews
Although located in a busy strip shopping center at a busy intersection the atmosphere inside this restaurant is appealing. We both ordered the bass special. They ran out and offered us rockfish as an alternative, It came out hot and delicious. The mini corn muffins were a nice touch. There are several local brews on tap.
4.5 based on 688 reviews
American casual restaurant with a micro brewery serving a western inspired menu.
Great selection of beer to try, and with flight of beer had a good choice.
Had a couple of starters which were ok, salad was also nice, and then had the drunken ribeye steak...certainly one to try, though would potentially try from elsewhere on the menu... nice, though not a favourite.
Staff friendly and attentive, and would return.
4.5 based on 108 reviews
Sunday at 7pm. No wait, service was efficient yet not super friendly. Sashimi platter pictured was delicious and beautiful. Husband ordered pad thai and we were not impressed. Bland. And missing veggies and chopped peanuts often in the dish. Stick with sushi!
4 based on 747 reviews
When the opportunity arose for a new restaurant at Broadlands, just west of Dulles Airport in Loudoun County, Virginia, it became an ideal chance to create a truly unique destination for dining. This sprawling, rustic tavern features four bars and numerous dining rooms, making the question of where to sit much more difficult than you may have expected. In the 1980s the Clyde's Restaurant Group purchased several antique heavy timber buildings destined for demolition and more than 30 years later these barns, stables, homes, and taverns were reassembled to create the complex of dining rooms for Clyde's Willow Creek Farm. The restaurant which is located on a working farm, is inviting and comfortable, stunningly decorated with original artwork, sculpture, historic artifacts and an over-the-top collection of museum quality 18th century horse-drawn carriages - most strung from the ceilings lined with solid timber struts.
I've been going to Clyde's for years and years. They consistently deliver good food and really good service. Whether it's a nice dinner in one of their well decorated dining rooms, or just having something informal at the bar. The wait staff is always available and knowledgeable, and their bar staff works hard to always cal you by your name. They have a good formula, and it never seems to change.
On our last visit for some bar food and drinks we got Saku Tuna, the Brussels Sprout Salad and a Gluten Free French Dip, and all of them were very good.
They will not disappoint you.
4.5 based on 186 reviews
The great advantage of Carolina Bros is that they're right on the W&OD trail, so you can bike the calories off...
However, for a place associating themselves with real North Carolina BBQ, do not expect NC quality. But they score pretty decent on the not-in-NC scale of BBQ.
Good mac-and-cheese. We were also surprised that they did not have a mixed plate.
We were disappointed that they served their food in styrofoam. Come on, in NoVa with a large biking clientele, they should know better.
All in all they're an excellent reward for a long bike ride.
4 based on 228 reviews
What a great concept. Excellent food and very reasonably priced wines. Our waiter, Chow, was amazing. When we were discussing which wine to have with our dinners, he offered tastings of several different wines to try before we purchased the bottles. Wine is served uniquely here. The reds are poured into a two foot high decanter while the whiles are served in a neat looking chiller. We were a party of six, so we had a red and a white wine with dinner. Both the Chenin Blanc and the Cab were excellent. We ordered the shrimp and taco tuna apps and they went quickly. The pretzel bread was hot and very good. If you need gluten free bread, be sure to ask and it will also be served hot along with the regular bread. Our entrees were delicious. The medallions of beef were cooked and served perfectly, the thin charo beef was well seasoned and the fries were thin and crispy. I wasn't a huge fan of the veggies, but others were very pleased with them. Chow was attentive throughout the meal and was a great addition to the dinner We will be back.
4 based on 201 reviews
We just did appetizers for lunch, but that was enough to convince us to not return. We started out with the Corn Chowder and Lump Crab - that should have been our first clue. The chowder was tasty enough, but 3 tiny (not lump) pieces of crab on the top does NOT allow the name to include "Lump Crab". We then got the signature Bang Bang Shrimp... how anyone can actually make shrimp the texture of leather is beyond me! The taste was okay (more creamy than spicy, or "bang bang" and they call it) but nothing to write home about. Then we get to the crab cakes... where do I start? I live in the greater Virginia-DC-Maryland area - known for some of the best crab cakes in the country. These at least had more crab than the chowder, but they disintegrated into mush the minute we put a fork in them.
Service was fine - neither negligent nor outstanding - which would have moved this to a 1-2 star rating... I don't blame the server for "meh" food.
Find another seafood place.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
From naan to lamb to chicken to vegetarian you'll find something here for almost everyone. You can also adjust the heat rating depending upon your particular tolerance. Very attentive servers who obviously want to make your meal as enjoyable as possible . Our party of four, ranging in age from 7 to 75 left quite content with just a few leftovers for lunch the next day.
4.5 based on 118 reviews
Mom is the waitress, great attention, food the best Greek in Ashburn. Grape leaves and a great caviar , fish quite unique, served complete with bone in for you to manage, ask for the kitchen to filet. Usual Greek wines and the best rice pudding. Wonderful Sunday brunch, worth a visit.
4 based on 99 reviews
This is our 2nd visit and excited to try their other dishes. We shared a fishcake, very spicy! But still tasty. We also ordered the green papaya salad, and drunken noodles, one of our favs. Our server was on point with our water, always refilling. Portion is just right.
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