June 11, 20180

The late Frank Raflo, a former Leesburg mayor, Loudoun County chairman, retailer and journalist, was recognized during the presentation of 2018 Signatures of Loudoun this week during the Board of Supervisors meeting. Also honored was Delirium Café, which has re-purposed a private home built around 1800 in downtown Leesburg to suit the town’s growing bar scene, and the bright new Sterling Library.



March 31, 20170

After five nights and six days traveling through Europe and living out of a duffle bag, Curtis Allred returned to Virginia with more than just stories and memories. He had an idea.

One night in Brussels, after attending the National Beer Festival and the Brew Masters Guild parade five or six years ago, Allred and a group of 30 or so people gathered in the “Hoppy lounge” of the original Delirium Café, admiring the unique environment and relishing in the atmospheric elixir that Delirium encompasses – all while enjoying some of the best beer in the world. During the merriment, a question came to Allred’s mind: Why isn’t there one of these back in the states?



January 3, 20170

Delirium Cafe, an international franchise and brewpub style restaurant, is making Leesburg its first American location. A franchisee for the popular, Belgium-based beer company has signed a downtown Leesburg lease contract with Don Devine of Devine Commercial properties, according to Devine and a Facebook page.

The franchise will be owned by Curtis Allred, an operating partner with Shoes, Cup and Cork cafe in Leesburg. Allred’s lease began Jan. 1 in the space at the corner of King and Loudoun streets in downtown Leesburg, which was previously occupied by Creme de la Creme. Devine said the pub is expected to open March 1.



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