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What's in Leesburg

luckyfatima Dec 5, 2013 12:20 PM

What's good to eat in Leesburg?

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    Hobbert Dec 5, 2013 12:22 PM

    Fireworks for pizza and Thai Pan for Thai. I really enjoy Blue Ridge Grill but I think the Brambleton location is better. If Red Kabob is still around, it's really good. Döner Bistro for German sausages and french fries! Enjoy :)

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      BlueRidgePro Dec 6, 2013 06:23 AM

      Agree completely with Hobbert's list.

      I would also add:

      Tuskies and Lightfoot are the only good higher-end restaurants.

      Jasmine has the best Chinese & Sushi.

      Firebirds is good for steaks & burgers.

      The rest are either chains or quite disappointing. Leesburg has room for improved dining choices, especially downtown.

      1. Dennis S Dec 6, 2013 09:38 AM

        Second Lightfoot. Would add Windy City Redhots. Would also add Ford's Fish Shack even though it's in Ashburn (but still close enough in my mind).

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          Bob W Dec 6, 2013 10:05 AM

          Ford's is good -- maybe not quite as good as some people think (I'm a New Englander so my standards are pretty high in this genre) -- but for this area it's good.

          If we're going to expand to Ashburn/Landsdowne/Broadlands, I'd throw out Clyde's Willow Creek Farm, which is at least as good as BRG.

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          italy531 Dec 8, 2013 12:11 PM

          We love the wine kitchen.

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