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Blue Ridge Grill in Leesburg?

Discussion in 'Area Restaurants, Dining and Food' started by SarasMom, Mar 25, 2005.

  1. SarasMom

    SarasMom Member

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    I think this place was mentioned awhile back but I couldn't find the thread. Has anyone been recently? Reviews, good or bad? Main concern is if it's smokey or not. Thanks!
     
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    Very good. It's essentially Sweetwater, as a lot of their menu items are the same. I can't really comment on the smoke because I've been there for lunch mostly and it was fine then. I would imagine that at dinner, especially on the weekend, that it could get pretty smokey since they have a relatively large bar area. Hope you like it!
     
  3. mdcrim

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    I work in Leesburg, so I'm able to take advantage of the lunch menu. Very yummy-they have the most incredible spinach dip appetizer! Also, the inside scoop-they'll bring bread while you wait for you food, but you have to ask for it. Overall I've been very impressed with the quality of the food.
     
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    It's no been too smokey when we've been there, but we also tend to go at odd times. THey fry the french fries in a fryer with the corn chips, separate from the breaded foods, so I can even eat french fires there. (wheat contamintates fryers and makes me sick)
     
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    boomertsfx Booyakasha!

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    prices?
     
  6. mdcrim

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    I've only been during lunch, and I know they have a different dinner menu. Their lunch prices range from $6.50 or so for a BLT or grilled cheese up to $16 or so for their lunch entrees (I always stick with their sandwiches-they provide a ton of food). A co-worker swears by their crabcake sandwich-I think it's like $12 or so-too rich for my blood for a work lunch.
     
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    Somewhere between our local steakhouse and Sweetwater. You do have the alternative of a burger or sandwich on the dinner menu. Two entrees, appetizer two glasses of wine and dessert. Add tax and a 20% tip and it usually runs us about 75 bucks
    We have never had a bad meal there and the service is excellent. My only complaint is they don’t include a salad with the meal.
    They get busy so either go early (before 6:00) or use call ahead seating.
     
  8. SarasMom

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    Thanks for all the info!
     

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