The former Red Caboose (located at 641 E. Pike Street, Clarksburg) will be opening its doors soon under new ownership and with a new name. The local establishment, conveniently located off of Route 50 and close proximity to Downtown, will now be known as “The Caboose”. Clarksburg residents and business owners, as well as husband and wife, Patrick & Sherry O’Mara and Jay & Nadine Schwartzmiller envision a new Clarksburg tradition where families can come for casual dining and drinks.

The 2,600 square foot building will see numerous upgrades and improvements. The new owners are installing an entirely new kitchen, floor, subfloor and bathrooms. Guests can expect an entirely open expanded dining area with new furniture and wood floors throughout. The vibe will be 1920s prohibition style with old photos of Clarksburg throughout.

They look forward to carrying on some of the Caboose tradition, as well as starting their own. Our goal is to create an old Clarksburg neighborhood feel where you can go with your family, stated business owner Pat O’Mara.

The Caboose will feature a mix of traditional dining favorites, salads, homemade pizzas, pasta, steaks and seafoods. The restaurant can seat approximately 115 guests and have 6 big screen TVs and an impressive 10 beers on draft (perfect for game day!). Family style carry out will also be available.

Read the full story here by Dominique Spatafore, Community Relations for the City of Clarksburg.

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