Loudoun Destination Restaurant. The first decision to be made when dining at Clyde’s is where will you sit? 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 Clydes Restaurant Group purchased several antique heavy timber buildings destined for demolition and over 20 years later these barns, stables, homes, and taverns were reassembled to create the complex of dining rooms for Clyde’s at Willow Creek Farm. There’s the Audubon Bar complete with original Audubon prints, the vast slate terrace featuring a large fountain and arbor, or the Chandler Barn decorated with a variety of weather vanes. The dining rooms feature original artwork, historic artifacts, and a collection of museum quality 18th century horse-drawn carriages - many strung from the high ceilings.
True to its name, Clyde’s is located on a working farm where their team of chefs headed by Adam Newton draws inspiration for the classic tavern menu. With a vast menu of customer-pleasing dishes and a variety of dining experiences to explore, the question of where to sit just got easier - come back for multiple visits and discover your favorite seat!