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Find delicious food options throughout the village during the Waterford Fair!

Traditional fair foods are offered as well as local producers, sweets, snacks, and drinks. For fine dining check out ChefScape at the Schooley Mill area where you will find chef’s tastings, wine, beer and live music to add to an enjoyable day of exploring and shopping in the historic village.

 

Get more info about wines and beers that will be available for tasting on the Wine & Beer Meadow page.

Wegmans

Wegmans

Wegmans’ cheese selections, baguettes, cold water.  |  Schooley Mill Area

Waterford Citizens Association

Waterford Citizens Association

BBQ  |  Old School Area

Waterford Elementary PTO

Waterford Elementary PTO

American food  |  Old Mill & Bond Street Area

The Sweet Farm

The Sweet Farm

American food  |  Old School Area

SunPower Farm

SunPower Farm

Lamb  |  Old School Area

Sara Festivals, Inc.

Sara Festivals, Inc.

Mediterranean  |  Schooley Mill Area

Olde Smoke BBQ LLC

Olde Smoke BBQ LLC

BBQ  |  Schooley Mill  

Lone Oak Coffee Co.

Lone Oak Coffee Co.

Coffee  |  Village Center

Lisa’s Lemonade & More

Lisa’s Lemonade & More

Sweets  |  Old Mill & Bond Street Area

Leesburg Host Lions Club

Leesburg Host Lions Club

BBQ  |  Schooley Mill Area

La Dolice Vita

La Dolice Vita

American  |  Old School Area

Grange & Grub

Grange & Grub

Mexican  |  Old School Area

Eastport Concessions

Eastport Concessions

American  |  Schooley Mill Area  

Danibelle’s Lebanese

Danibelle’s Lebanese

Lebanese  |  Bond Street Barn Area

Corner Store

Corner Store

Sweets  |  Village Center  

Cowlicks

Cowlicks

Ice Cream  |   Schooley Mill Area

Cowbell Kitchen

Cowbell Kitchen

American  |  Old School Area

Colonial Kettle Corn

Colonial Kettle Corn

Snacks  |  Loudoun Mutual Park

ChefScape

ChefScape

Chef’s Tasting  |  Schooley Mill Area

Boy Scouts Troop 969

Boy Scouts Troop 969

American  |  Old Mill & Bond Street Barn Area

M. Keith Wable

M. Keith Wable

We “sugar off” demonstrating the making of crystallized maple sugar as it was done centuries ago. By boiling down maple syrup in a cast iron kettle over and open wood fire, then by stirring and working the syrup in a wooden trough, allowing it to cool until dry crystallized sugar is formed – just as […]

Jeffrey Pfoutz

Jeffrey Pfoutz

Honey & beekeeping.