In the News for Market Salamander
12 / 10 / 2010 | Leesburg Today
Leesburg Today: Market Salamander's gingerbread displays during the Christmas season are not new, but this year Pastry Chef Jason Reaves has outdone himself, with his whimsical version of an entire village in gingerbread, not just one large building as in past years.
12 / 03 / 2010 | Loudouni.com
Loudouni.com: A stop at Market Salamander should be on any hungry foodie’s list. This working chef’s market produces a farm country breakfast to start the day right, with offerings that include traditional egg dishes, early morning burritos and granola French toast sticks. Fruit, scones, biscuits and beverages round out the menu.
11 / 30 / 2010 | Loudoun Times
Loudoun Times: With more than 150 pounds of gingerbread, and 100 pounds of frosting, the executive pastry chef at Market Salamander, in Middleburg, designed and built a miniature gingerbread town for the restaurant’s display window.
10 / 01 / 2010 | Virginia Neighbors
Virginia Neighbors (page 31): After sampling some of Market Salamander's Butterscotch Scones, you will want more.
10 / 01 / 2010 | Southern Living
Southern Living: Middleburg is one of the best small towns in America, and you can dine at Market Salamander when you visit.
07 / 26 / 2010 | Fresh, The Movie
Fresh, The Movie: With a focus on healthy cuisine and an endless assortment of high-quality fresh ingredients, Market Salamander is attracting patrons near and far. The market offers an unrivaled selection of seasonal produce, prime aged meats, fresh caught seafood, artisanal cheeses, homemade breads, fresh baked pastries, boutique wines, and imported packaged goods.
04 / 01 / 2009 | Loudoun Times-Mirror
Loudoun Times-Mirror: Jason Reaves, pastry chef, Market Salamander; and Vaughn Skaggs, executive sous-chef, Market Salamander won the Loudoun County CVA's Employee of the Year Awards.
02 / 23 / 2009 | Leesburg Today
Leesburg Today: Market Salamander participates in the 21st Annual Chocolates Galore & More gala event from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20, at West Belmont Place at The National Conference Center in Lansdowne.
09 / 01 / 2008 | Washingtonian
Washingtonian: More winetasting can be done on your way home. Head east on Route 50, where you can stop at Market Salamander in Middleburg. Grab coffee and a picnic at this epicurean fantasy brought to you by chef Todd Gray of Equinox and Sheila Johnson, cofounder of BET.