One of the elements that makes Northern Virginia living so desirable is the many culinary options available. Washington, D.C. has created a melting pot that has spilled over into it’s surrounding metro area and we get to reap all the benefits. Our new series, Restaurant Guides, will provide you with some of our favorite local spots that we hope you will enjoy as much as we do. First up, our namesake: Middleburg.


Field’s of Athenry’s Side Saddle Café | 7 W Washington St

This quaint little farm-to-table restaurant offers food that shows nothing by love for it’s ingredients. Using elements sourced from the local Field’s of Athenry farm, the Side Saddle Cafe provides a laid-back culinary experience that is sure to delight the senses.

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Cuppa Giddy Up | 8 E Washington St

A Middleburg favorite, this ‘hole in the wall’ cafe not only provides perfectly made coffee drinks, homemade coffee cakes and gluten free biscuits, but more than that, the baristas and local residents who frequent it will make you feel right at home.

Best Thai Kitchen | 4 East Federal Street

A new family owned and operated Thai restaurant that loves to serve delicious, authentic Thai dishes. The carefully made sauces and meticulous preparation make each dish an experience.

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Harrimans Virginia Piedmont Grill | 500 N Pendleton Street

Using only the freshest ingredients, Harrimans features a local bounty of bold and flavorful dishes celebrating the rich resources and history of Virginia’s most fertile region. You’ll find them located in the world renowned Salamander Resort & Spa.

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The Complete Weekend Guide to Middleburg

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Restaurant Guide | The Plains, VA

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