2017 New Restaurants: Loudoun

A roundup of the eateries that came to the area in the past year.

cocina on market
Cocina on Market // Photo by Rey Lopez


5 Tara (Indian)
B Doughnut
Bike TrAle Brewing
Bites (grilled cheese)
Black Hoof Brewing
Cocina on Market (Mexican)
Delirium Café
Fractured Prune Doughnuts
Noku Sushi, Hibachi and Ramen
Portside Coffee &Bakery
Shanghai Station (French-Asian)
SideBar (American)
The Conche (restaurant + chocolate)


Baker’s Crust Artisan Kitchen (American)
Bawarchi Biryanis
Eddie Merlot’s (steakhouse)
El Rey Tolteca (Mexican)
Ironstone Hibachi Sushi Lounge
Mamma Rocks (sandwich food truck)
Naughty Girls Donut Shop
Parrando’s Tex-Mex Grill
Sabroso Cafe and Catering (Venezuelan)
Spice Town (pizzas, subs, kabobs)
Squisito Pizza & Pasta
Wild Harmony (Nepalese + global)


Bolzano’s Deli
Choolaah Indian BBQ
Crooked Run Brewing
Kobe Bonsai (steakhouse + sushi)
Miller’s Ale House
Ridgetop Coffee & Tea
Señor Ramon Taqueria
Senor Tequila’s
Super Chicken (Peruvian)
Twinpanzee Brewing Company

Photo courtesy of Mt. Defiance


Mt. Defiance Cider Barn


Ford’s Fish Shack
French Hound Brasserie
Mr. Roll and Mrs. Sushi


Crisp and Juicy (Peruvian chicken)
Brama Italian Cuisine
Sully’s Pour House


Coal Fire (Italian)
Solace Brewing Company
Life and Honey (bowls + toast)


B Chord Brewing Company, Round Hill
Good Fortune (Chinese), Broadlands
Parallel Food Truck (modern American)
Rasco NY Pizza, Lovettsville
SunDay Chicken (food truck)
The Farm Brewery at Broad Run, Broad Run
The Wine Reserve at Waterford, Waterford
AhSo (American), Brambleton
Not all of the area’s talented chefs decide to set up camp in D.C. NoVA native Jason Maddens, most recently of Vienna’s Clarity, moves closer to his Leesburg home with AhSo. Opened late last year in Brambleton, this modern American restaurant focuses on farm-to-table dining and wine. For the food, the constantly changing menu is based off crop-harvest emails from neighboring farmers, and for wine, the list contains a handful of local bottles and will mostly stay under the $100 mark. The name of the restaurant refers to a type of two-pronged opener used for older delicate corks and Maddens says about 15 percent of his bottles would need the device. Though for its debut week, Maddens’ team uncorked every bottle with ahsos.

Did we miss a restaurant, or do you know about one opening this year? Send us a note: fooddesk@northernvirginiamag.com

(January 2018)