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About Copperwood Tavern - Loudoun
At Copperwood Tavern, we aim to give our customers an enjoyable and memorable dining experience. We chose to be a Farm-to-Table restaurant because it represents the freshest product available.
We take pride in offering the freshest quality dishes by serving locally sourced meats, seafood, and produce. We are supporting the local farmers and economy and it's our passion to teach people how much better fresh and natural food can be.
Copperwood Tavern offers 20 draft beers, 30 small-batch whiskeys, and a superb wine selection. Our 30-foot craft bar is also stocked with southern Virginia's white whiskey. Yes, we mean moonshine!
Since a woodsy retreat wouldn't be complete without a loyal hunting companion, we encourage you to bring Fido along. Copperwood Tavern features a dog-friendly patio with custom copper dog bowls.
Ashburn, VA 20147
Hours of Operation:
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am - 4:00pm;
Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm;
Nightly: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Russel Branch Pkwy
$30 and under
There are garages located in One Loudoun with ample parking.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We host special events regularly.
To stay up to date on events, specials, and all things farm-to-table, sign up for our newsletter at http://www.copperwoodtavern.com/ , and follow us on Facebook and Instagram!
Copperwood Tavern - Loudoun Ratings and Reviews
We really enjoyed this relatively new restaurant at Loudoun One. Drinks, appetizers, bread and meals were all tasty. It's a farm to table restaurant...everything was fresh and local! It's not cheap though. Cocktails really start at $12, and if you order an entree for $19 (veggie) to $49 or so, you are not getting any sides. Order some shared sides, which looked amazing. We did not do this, but will next time. Figure $50-60 a person if you get a cocktail and entree and you share an appetizer and a couple of sides. Service was outstanding.
Was a nice evening with my date and we had a wonderfilul time. The atmosphere was very casual the food was good. A little on the pricey side being a la cart. But glad they promote local farmers. The service was nice and the server was very nice and helpful to all our questions. Food was prepared well but the price was the drawback that has the minus.
Our party had an 8:00pm reservation for Copperwood Tavern. We were 5 minutes late because of backups in the parking garage behind the restaurant. Upon arrival, the host staff advised that they were 'preparing our table.' That preparation took 40 minutes. Had staff informed us that they were running behind schedule, we would have grabbed a drink and maybe an app at the bar to hold us over.
I was disappointed overall, was hoping for more than average. The scallops while good are ridiculously overpriced, 4 on a plate for $28!! The filet was good but not as high quality as I thought it would be. The Brussels sprouts were really good but at $10 for a side of them they should be! Fries were very average.
I was very excited to try some rare items on the menu such as duck eggs, venison and moonshine. I will definitely be coming back to try the rabbit and the Scotch eggs next time. The service was great even though it was a Saturday night, we got seated in a nice booth and were served fast. The wine recommendations were excellent as well, the wine recommended by our server, Rachel, went with the venison perfectly and tasted great. Meat was tender and cooked just right and the sides were big enough for two and tasted amazing, especially the mashed potatoes and mac& cheese. The decor was perfect to match with the food, the fire place and the deer head on the mental made us feel like we were at the real hunter's house. The only downside were the prices.
I was so excited to experience all that this restaurant had to offer! The drinks were reasonably priced and delicious! The food, however, was awful. I chose the braised rabbit and my date chose the chicken. We were both disappointed by blandness of both dishes. My rabbit was served over wheat noodles, but the lack of spices caused me not to even finish half of my meal. The chicken came alone on a plate and was over $20 for a small amount of meat. We would still go back for drinks, but the food was not worth it!
When considering dining options--especially at One Loudon--I would say my experience at Cooperwood Tavern ranks as a "One and Done." I had the Beer Battered Chicken Breast and for $22, it should have been amazing. It was not. It tasted fine but it was topped with a lot of butter for flavor. And for $22, all I got was the chicken. I had to spend another $14 to get Fried Green Tomatoes as side, and they were fine, but nowhere near as good as the ones at other places. My issue with Cooperwood is that the price you pay is far too much for the value of the food. I felt as if I had spent way too much--even with just a glass of wine--for the meal I had. And if I regret paying for something, it means a great deal. My friends had scallops and beef and they split brussel sprouts. Overall, we were not thrilled with the check at the end of the night for what we had eaten. As for service, the servers were lackluster at best. We got a lot of automatic chatter with no personality or care about what our thoughts were. And when I asked what does the chicken come with and the waitress said "nothing" so sharply, I felt a tad insulted. If you're curious, try Cooperwood. If you want a great meal for the value, dine at Aggio or Eddie Merlot's. I don't plan to ever return here.
We had a lovely lunch seated by the fireplace on beautifully sunny but frigid day. It was wonderful. The atmosphere of this restaurant is bright and cheerful (cute doggie prints adorn the booth walls) with an overall outdoorsy mountain retreat aesthetic. The food is fresh and beautifully presented. Two diners of our party had the salmon which was served with a nice crispy crust and cooked to perfection. The other diners had salads which were given a :thumbs up" by both. This was my second visit to this establishment and I was not disappointed.
Copperwood Tavern does farm to table right - from it's amazing meals to its hand crafted drinks... We've been to the one in Shirlington, VA and just went the other evening to the new one at One Loudoun. Every member of the staff considers it her/his responsibility to make sure you have a great experience - - - highly recommend it!
wanted to love this place. beautiful venue . Our table was not ready until 15 minutes after our reservation time . The manager did give us come complimentary champagne to compensate for that, which was very nice. They were out of the Tomahawk Chopwe ordered. took 45 minutes to arrive at our table after ordering. Ribeye we ordered instead was stringy.
The farm-to-table restaurant had a very good menu, with choices not seen commonly in the restaurants nearby. It is more expensive than several other picks in One Loudon, but the options are more varied than your typical burger/steak fare. The food was tasty and accompanying sauces full of flavor.
For the price, I expected better. I ordered the chicken and although the butter sauce was quite tasty, the chicken was slightly overcooked. My date ordered the steak and wished it was made clear that it comes without side items. You have to order shared sides separately from the main course which makes it feel like it's a way to nickel and dime you.
I love a place where you can go and be able to have a conversation and absolutely great nutritious meal, witb a great ambiance, without being interrupted every second. My favorite place. The New Year special was absolutely fabulous. 💖🥂🍾 Thank you Copperwood Team. 😁
We went for New Years Eve dinner. First we were surprised by fixe price meal that was not advertised online. We decided to stay and make best of it. Unfortunately the food was just Ok for a very stiff price. The service was fair to poor. The food came out in super fast time as they pushed to clear table.
It my be a good place to eat on a regular night but last night was way over priced for the meal. I figured that they placed at least a 100% premium for the night and a glass of champagne.
Had a Prix Fixe New Year's Eve menu with Options for each course. Cocktail prices were typical, but portions were small (i.e small glass filled with ice). For $13-14 I expect a cocktail, not a trial size. The meal was $69/person for a 5-course meal that included one side dish, dessert and a glass on champagne. My selections started with a cup of chowder (good), a scallop appetizer :-(yes, one), brined pork chop (dry, charred and tasteless- just like at home), mashed potatoes followed by chocolate temptation cake (very good). My wife had lobster tails, one was fine but the other was raw in the middle and she had to send it back. Service was very good. Staff was very pleasant and attentive, they promptly replaced the uncooked lobster tail with a cooked one.
In the end, I enjoyed the company, service was very good, but the meal was not a good value considering the raw lobster, overcooked pork and cheap cocktail portions. Our experiences for brunch in the past were very good with great cocktails and satisfying food. Maybe it was an off night or just bad luck at our table. I'll give them another chance since it was a New Year's Eve dinner with a possible full booking and a pre-selected menu that was challenging to execute.
Busy. Food was just ok. Wife had the rockfish and wasn’t impressed. Fries, which are normally very good, were too greasy and not crisp. Staff was nice and did try to make it a good experience for us and our kids. But, for the price point, we expected better food quality especially on higher end plates.
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