The new restaurant will be known as the Cock & Bowl and the new owners plan on taking the Belgium theme and running with it. In their own words, here is a tastebud teasing preview of what's to come...
It was freezing outside but that didn't stop people from taking the plunge! All donations benefit the Special Olympics of Virginia.
Once again, Tim's Rivershore Restaurant & Crabhouse will host a Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Virginia.
The authentic Belgian restaurant is located right in the center of town and has a very nice outdoor eating area on Union Street.
In 2010 the residents of Occoquan will once again have the opportunity to elect a Mayor and new Town Council. Voting will take place at Town Hall from 6:00am - 7:00pm on Tuesday, May 2.
Posted by Lou on January 24, 2010 in Boat Shows, Boating News, Chesapeake Bay, Fishing News, Occoquan River
Once again, it's boat show season in the Washington DC area. There are 4 huge boat shows coming up soon...
@fallenposters: Just called the police because of a group of three teens in a boat on the thin ice of the Occoquan Reservoir.
Posted by Lou on January 14, 2010 in Town News
The Great Recession has not relinquished its icy grip on the world and small towns far and wide continue to struggle, including Occoquan.
Old man winter dumped between 18 and 22 inches on Occoquan. Took a drive through town this morning, amazing how many people don't own a snow shovel. I saw somebody shoveling with a dust pan.
The season of giving is upon us and once again the Town of Occoquan is counting on local generosity to help the homeless.
Posted by Lou on October 15, 2009 in Boating News, Buoys & Markers, Chesapeake Bay, Occoquan River, Potomac River
Where should we cruise this weekend? How long will it take to get there? Check out these nearby boating destinations and travels times departing from the Historic Town of Occoquan.
Summer is officially over but the spirit must live on. This weekend features a classic battle between two events along the Potomac river. One is old, one is new. Both will probably be a good time.
Its been awhile since the hum of bulldozers has accompanied the morning song of local osprey but it seems that is about to change.
Posted by Lou on July 27, 2009 in Aquapalooza
According to NOAA, the wind kicked up to 39 mph and although there wasn't much rain, it was enough to put an end to most of the celebrating.
Posted by Lou on July 27, 2009 in Town News
Check out this interesting article about the struggle of small town merchants during the great recession.