There's a new coffee shop in town and we couldn't be more excited to welcome Grant Serrels (manager/head barista) to the corner of E. Market and Main St right on Court Square. Although compact in size, Just Love Coffee & Tea offers a wide variety of choices including lattes, macchiatos, hot chocolate, and London fogs. They keep it local and use Chestnut Ridge Coffee Roasters as their source for coffee beans, another new face to the coffee scene in the Burg...oh! and don't forget their selection of hot teas.
We'd like to send a warm welcome out to the newest business to join Agora Downtown Market on Main Street in Harrisonburg: Timeless Toys. You might be familiar with the name, since they have an established store at the Shenandoah Heritage Market. They offer quality made toys perfect for creative play for ages young and old. Read more about owner Wes Dunlaps' hopes for their new second location and some of his favorite toys.
Happy Summer 2019 all! Days at the pool, dripping ice cream cones, concerts...ahhh, the joys of summer. It's all fun and games until you've run out of activities to keep your kids entertained and active. Well—we are here to help! We've compiled some fun ideas to do with kids during the summer in and around Harrisonburg
One of the newest additions in Agora Downtown is Randy's Hardware Market - a great little place if you need some office or cleaning supplies, general hardware, or want to browse their beautiful selection writer's notebooks and pens. Randy's Hardware has two full-sized locations in Bridgewater and Timberville. We had the chance to interview Christian Herrick and learn more about their journey to Randy's Hardware Market.
Located in the historic town of McGaheysville, Stoney Run Artisans is hosting a Holiday open house this Friday November 17th from 4-8pm. Join them to get a jump start on your Holiday shopping with their selection of unique and local artisan gifts. Wine will be provided by Brix & Columns Vineyards. We were thrilled to have four artisans from Stoney Run Artisans in the Wilson Downtown Gallery in February and March 2016.
Bittersweet Bakery - a staple of the Harrisonburg Farmers market - has recently renovated and moved to 120 W. Wolfe Street. They are currently just baking for custom orders - but they will have their retail space open after their ribbon cutting and open house on November 21st starting at 2pm. Co-owners Alicia Barger and Erica Ray let me hang out with them in the kitchen as they baked. These ladies are talented, passionate about what they do, and fun to be around. We are so excited they have their own space - read on for a little more about their background and their hopes for their new store!