Things to do in Lovettsville

Lovettsville Historical Society & Museum

image-1477_6506_lovettsville 2.jpg-2012.jpgLearn about the town’s German past, its pro-Union anti-slavery roots, and myriad colorful local characters in this informative main street museum.

 

George's Mill 

George's Mill GoatsPurchase poultry, pork and superb goats’ cheese – chevre, feta, Eula blue and Cavalry Camp Ash – at the historic 1750s-established farm and store of Molly and Sam Kroiz.

 

Market Table Bistro

image-146456_5560_market table 2.jpg-1209.jpgBefore chef-restaurateur Jason Lage opened Market Burger in Purcellville and Cocina in Leesburg, he debuted with this unlikely farm-to-table temple, all ingredients sourced from local farms, artisans and foragers. If it’s on the menu, try the crispy pork belly.

 

Thaiverse

ThaiverseFresh ingredients, authentic recipes and perfectly balanced flavors make Thai born Piya Cameron’s cozy outpost one of the finest Thai restaurant in Northern Virginia, if not the whole state.  

 

Bonnie’s Country Kitchen

image-12053_5234_bonnies.jpg-931.jpgThis small, mom and pop features the finest fried chicken around.

 

 

1836 Kitchen & Tap Room

1836 Kitchen & Tap RoomWarm welcome, great beer and excellent American bar food at this buzzy wood-floored tavern in a low slung pre-Civil War building.

 

 

Creek’s Edge Winery

image-Creek's Edge Winery-2546.jpgEnjoy Catoctin Creek views from this winery’s modish wood-and-glass built tasting room (replete with soaring spiral staircase), tucked away down a holler near Taylorstown.

 

The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm

image-12719_6581_patowmack 8.jpg-2070.jpgIndulge on local, seasonal and foraged delights such as roasted rabbit with eggplant butter at this fine-dining destination restaurant in a glass-enclosed conservatory on a hillside overlooking the Potomac. Book well in advance.

 

Hiddencroft Vineyards

image-96203_5025_Hiddencroft Vineyard 2.jpg-775.jpgHiddencroft Vineyards offers a wine and food pairing along with local history tours of the period log cabins on our former farmstead. Information and discussion of local history and facts about our property’s history as recorded in the 1875 Compher family farm ledger. The tours are accompanied by wines paired with a three-course lunch.