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!
Well, it's happened folks - downtown Harrisonburg finally has a deli! Lola Mo's Delicatessen opened last month in the newly renovated Keezell building. Open 7 days a week from 10am-7pm, they offer a verity of classic sandwiches (as well as options for vegans and vegetarians) or if you're feeling creative you can make your own signature sandwich. Want something in addition? Try one of their daily soups or sides, and don't forget the dessert case! Lauren (the La) was kind enough to answer our questions - read on to find out more about their inspiration and background.
If you're looking for a fun, creative, tasty, and artsy evening, you need look no further than The Arts Council of the Valley's 5th Annual Progressive Party.
October 24th is Food Day -- a day set apart nationally that "inspires Americans to change their diets and our food policies [while working] toward a greener diet." Get involved in this celebration by eating a delicious, locally sourced Farm-to-Table Breakfast on October 23rd (the eve of food day) at Clementine Cafe in Harrisonburg. Now, that sounds like a pretty good way to celebrate!
One of the Shenandoah Valley's most popular festivals -- Valley Fest, held at Massanutten Resort -- celebrates good times with live music, regional wines, a multitude of craft and microbrews, delicious eats, and a wide variety of vendors. It's one of the best ways we can think of to kick start summer. This exciting event has captured audiences far and wide during Memorial Day weekend for 15 years.
Right off South Main Street, tucked into a corner of the Visitor’s Center, you’ll find a cozy and enchanting little bakery and café. You virtually forget that the day is cold and gloomy outside the moment you step into the café, with its neat little tables, whimsical French decor, charming...