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Downtown Directory / Dinner

Ruby’s Arcade

Ruby's Arcade is a family-friendly pizza & BBQ spot with a stocked bar, plus pool tables, bowling, ping pong & darts. Their make-your-own wood-fired pizza allows for guests to choose their own toppings and pizza sauce. Ruby's also serves salads, sandwiches, subs, and classic appetizers that get you in the mood for a fun game with friends and family. more

Sabor a Mexico

Sabor a Mexico is a family owned and operated restaurant serving authentic family recipes made from the best and freshest ingredients. Their authentic Mexican dishes range from tacos to enchiladas to burritos and more, with well-priced drinks and appetizers to go with. more

Taj of India

Taj of India is a fine Indian dining restaurant in the heart of downtown. Don't miss out on their delicious lunch buffet, and beautiful decor. They feature Nepalese food, in addition to Northern and Southern Indian foods. more

The Golden Pony

Specializing in scratch-made American cuisine, The Golden Pony offers high quality pizza, burgers, salads, subs and an inspired children's menu. Enjoy pinball machines, an art gallery, an outdoor patio, two full bars and a professional sound stage for live music Sunday-Thursday with DJs on the weekends. Voted Best Music Venue in the Shenandoah Valley by Virginia Living Magazine, you're guaranteed to see local and regional musicians that you'll want to add to your playlist. more

Union Station

Union Station represents a bit of downtown Harrisonburg's history when you walk through the doors. Each booth in the restaurant represents a building that once stood or still stands in downtown Harrisonburg. Their menu can be described as old family favorites recreated to fit modern taste, with a wide selection of appetizers, salads, steaks, seafood, burgers, and more. more

Urgie’s Cheesesteaks

Urgie’s Cheesesteaks brings a little piece of Philly to the Shenandoah Valley by serving up authentic cheesesteaks. The restaurant started out as a food truck run by two brothers, Steve and Tommy Urglavitch. The brothers, Philadelphia natives, saw an opportunity to introduce a long standing Philadelphia food staple to the Valley, and they jumped at it!  more