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Downtown Directory

Capital Ale House

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! more

Carol Yoder Massage

With training in Zen Shiatsu, Swedish Massage, Normalization of Soft Tissue, and Integrative Massage, Carol Yoder incorporates a variety of techniques into her practice, including neuromuscular, deep tissue, relaxation therapy, and energy work. more

Cat’s Cradle

Cat's Cradle is a nonprofit cat rescue, specializing in cat adoptions, spay/neuter assistance, and helping people keep their animal companions. more

Charlee Rose Boutique

Charlee Rose Boutique is an independently owned women's clothing boutique in the heart of Downtown Harrisonburg. Established in March 2018, the owner's daughters are the namesake and the inspiration behind the brand. Always at your fingertips or at our store location, Charlee Rose is your one stop shop for dresses, shoes and all fashion accessories. New styles arrive weekly! When you make a small business purchase, an actual person does a little happy dance. more

Chestnut Ridge Coffee Roasters

After meeting in 2014 on a trail run outside of Harrisonburg, VA, Jose and David quickly learned they both shared a love for coffee and enjoyed the challenge of sourcing green coffee from countries far away and roasting it for their friends and family. After kicking around the idea for a few years, they took the plunge and set out on an adventure of starting Chestnut Coffee Roasters. more

Civil War Orientation Center

The Harrisonburg Rockingham Civil War Orientation Center is the third in a series of centers located throughout the eight-county National Historic District in the legendary Shenandoah Valley. Located in the historic Hardesty-Higgins House, the center opened in fall of 2009 making it easier for visitors to explore the Civil War sites throughout the area, including Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, and parts of southern Page and northern Augusta counties more

Clementine & Ruby’s Lounge

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. With two stages for live music performances - upstairs or downstairs at Ruby's Lounge - they bring in local bands and bigger names on a regular basis. more

Colonnade at Rocktown

The Colonnade at Rocktown is conveniently located near the Friendly City Food Co-op, post office, and Local Chop & Grill House. The complex offers one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments with access to a 24-hour fitness center and off-street parking. Select corner units provide exceptional views of downtown. more

Court Square Theater

This 250-seat theater once operated as the Rockingham Motor Co., one of the premier car dealers in downtown from the 1920s to the 1970s. Today, you can enjoy first-run films, plays, and other live performances. more

Cuban Burger

Step into the past and experience Hemingway's Havana. Owner, Steve Pizarro is a first generation Cuban-American with a deep passion for all things food and drink. He has re-imagined the Cuban-style burgers known as "fritas" that he enjoyed during his childhood. The burgers take center stage on the menu, but you'll also find hand crafted Cuban cocktails, craft beer and a creative spin on traditional Cuban cuisine. The low-light atmosphere sets the tone and the music keeps things lively. more