|Address:||3416 Martinsburg Pike, Clear Brook, VA 22624, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Wednesday:||4:00 – 10:00 PM|
|Thursday:||4:00 – 10:00 PM|
|Friday:||4:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Saturday:||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Sunday:||12:00 – 4:00 PM|
Paladin Woolen Mill is located in Frederick County of Virginia state. On the street of Martinsburg Pike and street number is 3416. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (540) 208-2855. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Paladin Woolen Mill quickly are 39.2553264 ,-78.0961868
Great food and service. We had a really nice time!
Fantastic food and fantastic service. We sat outside and the patio was really nice. I got a burger and my wife got a salad and both were delicious. Highly recommend!!!
The Food is delicious,Amy was amazing as well as the hostess Sharon the atmosphere was nice just a really great lunch experience, will definitely be back.Glad to have a good restaurant close by
OMG, for being under staffed and just opening the food was very good!!! Staff snd kitchen did an amazing job. We are very happy to have this amazing place just down the road
I had the pulled Buffalo chicken sliders and they were spot on.
Headed to Sunday brunch, I noticed a line outside the Paladin Woolen Mill “P2", so we pulled in and got in for the first seating of the revitalized restaurant that has been on our radar. It is NOTHING like the old mill. We were NOT disappointed, even though the staff said it was their first day of service. We ordered the “bucking bull” nachos with beef, a mountain of beer cheese, pico de gallo, black beans, corn, chips and salsa, and sour cream—a meal in itself. I had the fried chicken skillet with mashed potatoes, gravy, and green beans. My dining partner had a big portion of the teriyaki spiced salmon, with Asian slaw, rice, and sautéed spinach. When I saw one of the big hamburgers at the next table that I’ll try next time, we also learned that the bartender, Amy, has quite a following and serves a lot of “sass with class.” The boss “Dan” kept a watchful eye on everything. We are fans of the original Paladin further south on I-81, so we had high expectations for P2. It will be an exciting place. Dan said opening P2 was the toughest of their restaurants due to covid, construction delays, and staffing shortages affecting everyone. The place is simply understated elegance, with four or five antique chandeliers from Bailywyck Antiques in The Plans. The bar has to be one of the longest in Virginia, spanning the old and new parts of the building. It appears there will be an area for music. The back area has more tables and chairs and overlooks a nearby park. The outdoor patio looks to seat 25 or 30 more. Once this place gets going, it will be a fun hangout for locals. I won’t spoil the surprise on the back of the menu, but opening a restaurant “ain’t easy, so chill.”