Tina and Bill Johnson have been working hard getting 126 W. Bruce Street ready for the opening of Harrisonburg's newest restaurant: Village Juice & Kitchen. Located in the previous home of Food.Bar.Food, the space is being transformed into a bright and open quick service eatery focusing on cold-pressed juices, grain bowls, salads, and more. Want a quick and healthy spot for lunch? Want to meet friends for a leisurely weekend brunch? VJK has got you covered. Tina and Bill were kind enough to show us around and give us a sneak peak of their in progress space—opening in mid October!
We're excited to welcome award-winning photographer Greg Versen to the WDG for June and July! Come visit his show on Mathews County and the New Point Comfort Lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay. The gallery is open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm at 83 S. Main Street in Downtown Harrisonburg.
Sage Bird Ciderworks: you might have seen their sign along Liberty on the North end of downtown Harrisonburg, or even stopped in to try one of their hard ciders. You might have seen people wearing their merch around town, or scrolled through posts on social media. Learn more about Sage Bird >>>
A new thrift store has popped up in Harrisonburg nestled by the Ice House on Liberty Street. Named after the fold often sewn into clothing to give it shape, Dart Resale and Trade began as a pop-up shop in 2019, fondly referred to as the Dart Cart. Although the footprint of the store is small, the layout ensures easy browsing, and the selection is surprisingly robust. Read more from Dart>>>