The mill, now the home of Magnolias at the Mill, was built in 1905. Most recently it has served in the production of pasture seed for the Contee Adam Seed Company, operated by three generations of the Adams. In the middle of the last century, Loudoun County Dairy Business was booming and the Adams filled the need for seed. During the second World War, much of the Virginia Orchard Grass produced here was shipped to Europe as packing for artillery shells and armaments. The mill was also operated by Wilkens Rodgers Mills as a flour mill in the 1940s. Magnolias at the Mill opened in February of 2004 with the goal of resuming the position of the old mill as a vital part of the western Loudoun Community. We hope you enjoy your dining experience with us at Magnolias at the Mill.
Welcome to Magnolias at the Mill restaurant in Purcellville, Virginia, soon to be one of Loudoun County’s premier restaurants. Reservations are accepted.
Magnolias diverse lunch and dinner menus include soups, small plates, medium plates, salads (some small and some large), flatbreads (really individual pizzas), specialties from the grill, house specialties, and sandwiches.
Starters and Salads:
From the Hickory Grill:
Executive Chef Mark Marrocco, of the Marrocco family that for years operated Marrocco's Italian Restaurant in downtown Washington and most recently at the Capital Hyatt, oversees the open kitchen at Magnolias and has created an elegantly diverse menu.
Magnolias at the Mill will be happy to host your event or special occasion, including business meetings, parties, office parties, engagement parties, wedding receptions, Bar Mitzvahs, anniversaries, retirements, or family reunions.
Magnolia’s unique atmosphere is a perfect destination for a romantic dinner for two, tucked away in one of our secluded dining areas.
For Lunch, Dinner or Special Occasions,
meet us at “The Mill.”
Call for Reservations 540-338-9800 or Click Here to make an online reservation.
“In a "beautiful", "rustic mill" that "reflects its heritage" with "quilts", farming implements and "worn wood", this mid-priced New American enclave in Purcellville is an "attractive" stop "after a day in wine country" (or "go cycling first" since it's just off the W&OD Trail); with "excellent" choices that run the gamut "from burgers to steaks and some traditional Southern dishes", all ferried by "friendly" help, most "leave with a smile."
All major credit cards accepted.