The restaurant at Village at Leesburg first opened in mid-2016.

Ten Spot Kitchen & Tap, a restaurant in the center of the Village at Leesburg center along Route 7, has announced that they will close by the end of December.

The restaurant opened mid-2016 and had strong ratings on local dining review sites. It catered, in part, to local fans of Big 10 teams, but had an interesting menu that was far more “foodie” than what’s found at a typical sports bar/restaurant. Nevertheless, financial struggles were apparently insurmountable. The owners say they will close by Dec. 23, but would love to have one more opportunity to serve guests new and old.

“Thank you to all of our guests that have supported Ten Spot Kitchen & Tap,” owner Melia Adkins-Wilder told The Burn. “Van and I consider it a privilege to have been able to host your special occasions or just to be the place you chose to enjoy a meal. We especially want to express our gratitude to our local Big Ten community for sharing their love for the game with us.

Images: Ten Spot Kitchen & Tap

The closing leaves an empty space in the middle of Village at Leesburg at a time when several new restaurants have opened there, including The Conche, 5 Tara and Fractured Prune Doughnuts, as well the anticipated opening of Shanghai Stations.

  1. Cherie 6 years ago

    Ten Spot Kitchen and Tap is by far the best restaurant for amazing and delicious food! It is also the BEST place hands down to watch your favorite team/s play their games!! It saddens me that Ten Spot is having to close its doors.

  2. JL 6 years ago

    It’s only a matter of time before Smokehouse Live closes its doors. Don’t get me wrong, I love the place, but it’s not sustainable in that town center.

  3. SB 6 years ago

    The Village needs a more Pub Style Restaurant with real pub style food.

  4. Donkaelephant 6 years ago

    Come to one loudoun

    Escape los Leesburg

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