Came here on 15.1.2018. This pizza and beer place is located close to the Main Street and the market in Leesburg. A digital screen displays the 15 beers on tap, a lot of specialities and a fridge full of US and international cans and bottles. I had a Pilsner from Lion brewery (PA) and a Tasmanian IPA from Schlafly (MO). 8 of their 15 beers had more than 8% alcohol. Was sitting at the bar with a good view to the fridge and the pizza oven. My wood fired pizza was quite good. Overall a really good place with a unique beer selection.
Pretty decent restaurant with a good beer list. Patio looks nice but it was poiring rain when we arrived so sat inside. Nice interior and ambiance. My calzone was decent. Would gladly return if in the area.
Nice pizza place with a decent selection of craft beer on tap, pretty nice bottle list for a pizza place. Pretty small inside seating area, patio seating available too. Friendly and efficient service. Tasty food, enjoyed the Guadalajara taco-style pizza. Stuffed jalapenos were tasty and had a good bit of kick to them. Might not come here for beer alone but good stop if you’re in the area and are looking for a good beer/food combo.
This is a nice, quaint pizzeria located in beautiful Leesburg. There was a 20 or so minute wait but we were able to enjoy beers from the bar, which displayed a nice selection of local drafts and regional bottles, to include a rare Allagash sour, Farm to Face. The pizzas were quite good and the service perky and attentive.
I had frequented the Arlington location quite a few times before making it up to Leesburg. Food is about the same, not bad pizza and other foods, other foods seem appetizing. Place is medium sized (perhaps a bit smaller). There was a wait to be seated by the time we left around 1pm on a Sunday. Decent beer list with a few harder to find local/regional brews in particular.
Right in the heart of the old town next to Tuscanora Mills. Good selection of craft brews with a mix of domestic and foreign beers. I didn’t see anything unusual, but a good variety. The pizza are however worth the trip. Crowded place for a reason.
Nice place. Kind of an eclectic layout, but it has a comfortable vibe. The food is excellent. Street parking. Not sure about the prices since I didn’t actually pay for anything (Thanks Elwood!). The staff is great. The food is very good. And the bottle and draft lists are top notch, with rarities. This is the highest rated place in Leesburg, and I can certainly see why. Highly recommended, especially since you can get two other place ticks without even moving your car.
Come to fireworks at off times or expect a bit of a wait to be seated at this popular pizza joint. They have a nice selection of craft beers that rotate seasonally, so there is always something new when you visit. The pizza is awesome! They use organic locally sourced ingredients that really make a difference. The service is attentive and knowledgeable of the beer they serve. If only they had a bigger location!
The DC area isn’t exactly a haven for good pizza, but this place is definitely among the best. the pizzas are wood fired and use locally sourced and often organic ingredients. Their beers are almost all belgian or microbrews. if you go at night, you need to get there early because seating fills up quickly. My favorite restaurant in Leesburg.
Travlr (3078) Charlotte , North Carolina | October 21, 2010| Updated December 27, 2014
Decent place with lots of outdoor seating. Well chosen beer list with some unusual choices for the area. Pizza was pretty good. Decent service. Definitely worth a stop.