The Wine Kitchen Leesburg we have refined wine and food to their purest forms and offer them to you in a simple, elegant and relaxed environment that should remind you of a party in a friend’s kitchen. Our Seasonal American Bistro menu offers all that is good about local, seasonal food through the lens of a wide ranging and creative menu. The cozy atmosphere provided by our 1840s era building creates an excitement and vitality while still remaining small and personable.
The option to enjoy over 40 wines by the glass and in tasting flights allows you the customer to try something new or enjoy an old favorite. We also offer a craft beer selection to please any beer drinker.
Our simple, delicious food and drink are a welcome respite for anyone looking for a fun place to enjoy fresh food and a great glass of wine.
Executive Chef – Tim Rowley
Tim lived overseas (Venezuela, Guatemala and Yugoslavia) for the first 10 years of his life. The first job Tim had working in kitchens when he was 16 as a dishwasher at a retirement community. What was supposed to be a summer job turned into a love for everything kitchen. After graduating from Baltimore International College in fall of 2005, with an associate’s degree in professional cooking, Tim worked at The Center Club, a prestigious private business club on the harbor for two years followed by positions at Vermilion, Bibiana and his first sous chef job at Tallula . Directly before joining us at the Wine Kitchen, Tim was the head chef at Room 11 in Washington DC. Tim chose to join the Wine Kitchen family so he could be closer to the farms he loves to use in his cooking.
General Manager – Charles Schech
Charles is great. Come meet him yourself.
What People Have Thought About The Wine Kitchen
A Leesburg Oasis There’s plenty to quench your thirst at this wine-centric new restaurant — if you can find a place to sit By Candy Sagon Special to The Washington Post Sunday, April 12, 2009 Bad economy? What bad economy? On a recent Saturday night at the Wine Kitchen in... Read More
Instead of hooks, a wrough-iron coat hanger uses wine keys and other assorted old steel tools as a resting place for jackets. A random knife sported a fish fin and tail. And the women’s bathroom is decorated with a painting of a window silhouette, with a sink below, and a... Read More
From the Town of Leesburg – Five Leesburg businesses are among nine award winners at the 2010 Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s 2010 Small Business Awards on Thursday, November 4, 2010. The Loudoun Chamber Small Business Awards honor the best of Loudoun’s small businesses in nine award categories. The night’s top... Read More
Highs: Clever wine flights Lows: Route 7 during rush hour Share: Homemade charcuterie Savor: Coq au vin Wine Kitchen co-founder Jason Miller confirms that opening chef Chris Carey parted company with their group earlier this summer in order to attend to some personal issues. Lucky for us, Carey left the... Read More