special occasions deserve memorable food.
CUISINE CURATED BY THE SEASONS
Our seasonal features for special occasions are all about embracing the season and sharing with you the amazingly prepared raw products from the region. Our communities are full of passionate farmers, fishermen and artisans dedicated to providing top quality products while having a sustainable approach. These products inspire our culinary team to create menus to make gathering around your table that much more memorable.
"Our Thanksgiving dinner was lovely! Ordering was easy and pickup was flawless. The food you all prepared was outstanding! Quotes tasty all the way around."
- Jody Warfield & Scott Openshaw
We understand that almost every weekend during the holiday season is busy with celebratory gatherings, which is why we are offering our prepared holiday menu throughout the month until New Years Eve. Providing a variety of grazing boards & snacks, brunch items, entrees and sides, desserts, beer & wine!
keep our community warm & fed
DONATION DROP-OFF LOCATION
This year has been very difficult for many people, and some, much more than others. Families have lost one or both incomes due to the pandemic or were struggling to begin with, and now are in greater need. It's time to step up, so, we are designating our building next door - 9030 John Mosby Highway - as a place to drop warm winter clothes, toys for children and non-perishable foods off. All donations will be given to the Fauquier County Homeless Shelter and Food Pantry.
Because it is the season to celebrate and coordinating schedules to get family & friends together is a challenge - our holiday menus are available
from November 25th -
December 31st with a 7 day advance notice of your order.
Let us help make your holiday season less stressful and more enjoyable!
"Could not be happier to have stumbled across The Market at Bluewater Kitchen. There is so much to love!
If you happen to be driving through Upperville, I highly recommend stopping for a bite or to grab a meal to reheat at your house. And if you are not driving through Upperville, The Market at Bluewater Kitchen is destination worth and definitely worth the trip."
— Charles Marr