Blue Ridge Grill

2.8/5.0
4 reviews

955 Edwards Ferry Road

Leesburg, VA

669-5505

Category: American

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April 7, 2006
Anonymous
56939 reviews
We have dined at the Blue Ridge Grill often as we live in Leesburg and dine out at least once a week. Tonight, however, I was very dissappointed. I ordered one of the specials, Surf & Turf, which the waitress said was $29.00. The lobster was tasteless, although the steak was quite good, What really got me was the bill. I was charged $34.00, not the $29.00 the waitress had quoted as the price of the special. It was VERY crowded and VERY hot, and the waitress was VERY busy, in fact had pretty much disappeared, so my husband elected to just pay the bill, rather than try to get it straightened out. It left with a very bad taste in my mouth, with my thought being "buyer beware" and feeling like I had been taken. I wonder how many ususpecting diners didn't check the bill that closely and paid more than what they should have. I will think twice about dining here again and certainly when asked for a recommendation, will tell my friends and esepcially o ... more
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January 12, 2006
Anonymous
56939 reviews
While the other reviewers disagree, I think this is the Top restaurant in Leesburg. With a great selection of stellar food and wine I will continue to come back. The decor is very nice and the staff great, I even got to speak with one of the owners(IMAGINE THAT). If you ever are going to Leesburg for outlet shopping make sure to stop by the Blue Ridge Grill. Let's not forget the star-power either, I have seen Joe Gibbs and when they first opened Steve Spurrier in here during Redskins training camp.
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August 13, 2004
Tina H E.
Ashburn , Virginia
15 reviews
I love this place! A slightly eclectic assortment of food - the rare tuna appetizer or dinner is awesome. The steaks are generous and high-quality. The seafood is cooked to perfection (not dried up or overdone). The vegetable side dishes are typically fresh, crisp (like the garlicky broccoli, yum). We usually sit at the bar for dinner as the wait for a booth can be atrociously long as the place is packed after the Friday or Saturday dinner-hour starts. The bar has a ceiling filter for smoke, under which smokers must sit. I hate smokey places so this is totally great. Yea, you can go other places further in and get a better experience, but this is Leesburg and it means its nearby and still great food. Leesburg has a tough time keeping good restaurants open - this is an anomaly. Its a casual place but don't be fooled, the clientele wears high-quality old clothes, and these are folks that appreciate the quality of food and service.
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May 16, 2003
Charles V.
Leesburg , Virginia
31 reviews
New comer to Leesburg and a BIG step up from TG's. Decor "sports-man" like is a bit on dark side. "DS-green" predominates and if you have to ask, you have never owned a pair of "Wellies". My first impression was "Red-neck meets Texas". But... <br> Service attentive and pleasant. Menu limited but nice selection of specials with unusual combinations. My prime rib - a good measure of quality meat - was generous and very good. My wife's fish was fresh appetizingly presented and very good. <br> Wine list limited. <br> Nice selection of deserts. The key lime pie was very good. <br> Beware, this is quite pricey for the area. Did I get value yes, not enough to be resentful. But for the money I could have done better in DC. <br> The pricing scheme on the menu is a bit over the top, prissy or just plain annoying, depending on how you feel. Frankly I don ... more
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