Founded in 1732 by Pennsylvania Germans who first called it “The German Settlement,” Loudoun’s northern-most town honors its roots with a boisterous Oktoberfest every Fall that draws thousands of beer lovers. Recent years have seen a slate of superb new restaurants opening in the once sleepy historic downtown, and wineries springing up in surrounding farms and countryside. A growing population (people drawn to the proximity of the Marc commuter train at Brunswick and Point of Rocks, MD, across the Potomac) led to the town opening its first shopping and dining precinct in 2018. Prost!
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