Participating Restaurants

The Artful Dodger

47 Court Square | 540.432.1179
Hours: Sun-Mon 8:30am-10pm; Tues-Sat 8:30am-2am

Known as the "living room" of downtown, from wake-up call to last call, they offer a unique and casual environment. Much of their charm is attributed to the eclectic decor. The walls feature an ever-changing display of local artwork and the largest collection of vintage clocks in town. 

Restaurant Week Special: The Dodger will be offering a breakfast collaboration with Brother Craft Brewing. The McBrothers: a breakfast sandwich with homemade buttery pancakes (Mt. Crawford Creamery butter and cream) topped with a fried egg, bacon, american cheese and a Daylight Craving sweet and peppery reduction (using Brothers Craft Brewing 2018 Daylight Craving Breakfast Stout). Two sandwiches for $7.00 at Brothers' Daylight Cravings and Drunken Mornings Release.



92 S. Main Street | 540.433.1793
Hours: Sun-Wed 11am-Midnight; Thurs-Sat 11am-2am

You'll find chandeliers made out of Mickey's grenade bottles, suspended lamps over each table made from old school colanders and vintage doors on the walls. The menu features 12 rotating craft beer taps, house-made pub grub items, an oyster bar, and a popular weekend brunch with none other than chicken and waffles and mimosa pitchers.  

Restaurant Week Special: Throughout the week, Billy Jack's will offer a wide variety of different specials each day, as well as a new brunch line up. Enjoy crafted cocktails, beer events and even special happenings up in Jack’s Hideaway, Harrisonburg’s only Speakeasy, located above Billy Jack's.


41 A Court Square | 540.564.2537
Hours: Sun 10am-Midnight; Mon-Thurs 11am-Midnight; Fri 11am-1:30am; Sat 10am-1:30am

Craft beer lovers - this is the place for you! An upstairs and downstairs bar offers over 100 draft beers on tap with the choice of table dining, seasonal rooftop patio relaxation or an evening of fun with billiards and darts. Their German-American-inspired menu features sandwiches, entrees, salads and daily specials!

Restaurant Week Special: Choose from a small plates menu consisting of five dishes sourced from the Harrisonburg Farmers Market. Local beer flights will feature Brothers Craft Brewing and Pale Fire Brewing. Small plates range from $6-12. 


153 S. Main Street | 540.801.8881
Hours: Sun 10am-10pm; Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat 11am-Midnight

Owner Clay Clark's vision for this restaurant was an innovative space that focused not only on food, but also music and art. This concept is infused into every part of the business, from the changing menus and art-lined walls to the band line-up. Clementine always tops the list of great places to see music in town, bringing in local bands and bigger names on a regular basis. 

Restaurant Week Special: Clementine will give guests a sneak-peek into their new signature dishes and cocktails.


 181 N. Main Street | 540.901.2628
Hours: Sun 9am-2am; Mon-Fri 11am-2am; Sat 9am-2am

Voted Best Music Venue in the Shenandoah Valley by Virginia Living Magazine, the Pony is a cultural hub, hosting live music nearly every night. The casual atmosphere is fun for everyone, including the kiddos who will love the pinball machines and 'scratch-made American pizza'. 

Restaurant Week Special: Throughout the week, The Golden Pony will host a number of live performances welcome to everyone. Specials coming soon.


80 S. Main Street | 540.433.5225
Hours: Sun-Sat 11am-2am

Harrisonburg is the original location for this beer and burger joint, which now has 10 locations throughout the East Coast. The atmosphere is eclectic, the music might be a bit loud, and the staff believes in hospitality. 

Restaurant Week Special: Jack Brown’s will be releasing a new and twisted burger each day of Restaurant week. The most popular ones will make return visits and possibly make it to the menu of all 10 of their locations. There will be different events planned throughout the week, featuring local releases as well as some special prices on select beers.


121 S. Main Street | 540.432.1000
Hours: Sun-Sat 11am-11pm

Prepare yourself for a special blend of soulful music, modern southern cuisine, and premium whiskeys. Then, relax and let yourself be taken back to a time and place where life was slow and sweet. 

Restaurant Week Special: Enjoy the following special 3-course menu:

Pick 2 for $20, or 3 for $25

Course 1

  • Crab Pupusa- Lump Crab Meat | Corn Griddle Cake | Fresh Farmer’s Cheese | Pepper Slaw | Charred Poblano Crema
  • Shrimp Hand Roll- Tempura Fried | Gulf Shrimp | Nori | Sushi Rice | Vegetables Julienne | Sriracha Yum-Yum | Sesame Seeds

Course 2

  • Oxtail Tamales- Braised Oxtail | Molé Sauce | Steamed Corn Cake | Grilled Cactus Salad | Corn Cracklin
  • Pulled Duck Bao Bun- Duck Confit | Steamed Bun | Asian Five-Spice | Hoisin | Asparagus Slaw | Toasted Peanuts

Course 3

  • House Made Churros- Fried Pastry Dough | Cinnamon Sugar | Cayenne Chocolate Sauce
  • Green Tea Mochi- Peach Honey | Confectionary Wrapped Ice Cream | Lemon Shortbread Crumble


621 N. Main Street | 540.434.3594
Hours: Sun 8am-3pm; Tues-Sat 7am-3pm

In age, the Grill is one of the oldest restaurants downtown, but for the last decade has operated under one of the newest and most innovative business models: a worker-owner collective. Their mission is to serve food in a manner that is responsible economically, socially and environmentally. With an occupancy of just 49, weekend brunch tables are at a premium and lines down the sidewalk are to be expected. But, it's more than worth the wait.

Restaurant Week Special: Look for daily specials featuring local ingredients, paired with a beverage.


128 W. Market Street, Suite 202 | 540.437.0042
Hours: Sun-Thurs 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat 11am-1am 

The first thing you'll notice when you step inside Union Station is the historic photos, narratives and memorabilia that line the walls. The family-owned restaurant takes great pride in serving in-house smoked meats and hand-cut steaks. From the turkey on your sandwich to the ribs on your plate, every meat served is prepared in-house. They provide quality service and food at a reasonable price while showcasing the history of this beautiful city. 

Restaurant Week Special: Coming soon.


The Urglavitch brothers, 2 brothers from Philadelphia, recently opened Urgie's, where they're serving an authentic Philly-Style cheesesteak experience to residents of the Shenandoah Valley. Urgie's is committed to using fresh, local vegetables as well as high quality Angus beef for their one-of-a-kind cheesesteaks.

Restaurant Week Special: Urgie's is offering any cheesesteak on the menu with a soft drink and bag of Route 11 Chips for $11 throughout the week.

A casual yet upscale farm-to-table dining experience, Rocktown Kitchen offers an elevated American cuisine. Their seasonal, ever-changing menu reflects the best seasonal ingredients from local providers.

Restaurant Week Special: Rocktown will offer a special 3-course menu for $39.00 ++:

Course 1

  • Micro Arugula and Poached Pear Salad I Sliced Avocado, Goat Cheese, Spiced Pecans, Honey-Citrus Vinaigrette

Course 2 (either or)

  • Prime Filet of Beef Tenderloin Medallions I Rosemary Potatoes, Grilled Asparagus, Demi-Glaze
  • Onion Crusted Halibut Fillet I Roasted Cauliflower Risotto, Pan Fried Snap Peas, Tomato-Hollandaise Sauce

Course 3

  • Strawberry Shortcake I Orange Shortbread, Strawberry-Mint Compote, Whipped Cream