Retail Centers

Loudoun is fortunate to have several retail centers offering a one-stop location for all your shopping and dining needs!

The Village at Leesburg

Featuring more than 75 boutiques, restaurants and entertainment experiences, you could spend an entire day enjoying The Village at Leesburg. Make all your chocolate dreams come true with an out-of-this-world meal at The Conche or aim for a strike and watch the pins fall at Bowlero.

Ever want to just stop and drink in the good life? Order a beer, wine or cocktail from 5 Tara, BurgerFi, Eggspectation, Firebirds, Plaza AztecaTravinia, Vino Bistro or ChefScape and ask for it to go! You can browse freely throughout the shopping center, relax by the fountain or get in some major window shopping.

One Loudoun

With more than 700,000 square feet of retail, restaurants and entertainment, One Loudoun is the eastern side of the county’s hub for great bites and activities. Choose from a variety of flavors ranging from Vietnamese, Indian and Japanese to Thai, South African and Mexican all within a few steps from one another!

In addition to shopping and attractions such as iFly, TopGolf and Alamo Drafthouse, One Loudoun also hosts regular events such as the Light Up Fest and EatLoco farmer and artisan marketplace. Want to stay out a little longer? Take part in the nightlife and grab a cocktail at Bar Louie or Sense of Thai and dance the night away.

Brambleton Town Center

Nestled in the southwestern region of Ashburn, check out this town center to browse the latest fashions, enjoy patio dining, watch a movie, get your nails done or listen to a concert on the green!

Indulge in a themed tasting menu with beverage pairings at AhSo, where the meals are so perfectly plated you can’t help but reach for your phone camera! Uncover your next favorite spot for drinks at Lost Rhino Retreat. While there, try a pint from one of Loudoun’s oldest breweries, listen to live music and play some cornhole.

Loudoun Station

Unwind and prepare to get sidetracked at Loudoun Station. With 300,000 square feet of retail space, this area was built in preparation for the metro rail in 2020. Whether you want to try a new restaurant, watch a blockbuster or go for a walk, you can find what you are looking for here.

From poké to French toast, the options are there to satisfy your hunger cravings. Don’t miss the free concerts in District Park, farmer’s markets and larger events including annual festivals and block parties.