Friendly City Food Co-Op, Harrisonburg’s consumer-owned grocery, invites the community to come see its new destination for natural, organic and locally-produced products at the store’s grand opening 11 a.m.-5 p.m. July 9 at 150 East Wolfe Street.
A new semi-ethnic restaurant is moving into the building that formerly housed Cuchi Guidos and Luigi’s in downtown Harrisonburg. The Breeze reported Thursday that Fuzionz will offer westernized Indian and Pakistani dishes when it opens in mid-November.
Since 1979, the Harrisonburg Farmer’s Market has provided patrons of downtown Harrisonburg with a place to buy locally-grown produce. On Tuesday and Saturday mornings during growing season, you can find fresh eggs, fruits and vegetables, and (often) meat grown or raised within just a few miles of the city. In recent years, the market has […]
If you follow Harrisonburg news even occasionally, you’ve already heard about the Friendly City Food Co-Op (also known as FCFC, or FC2). Chances are you’ve been hearing about it for quite some time. According to the timeline on FCFC’s website, the initial idea has connections to the Little Grill Collective’s short-lived Little Store, which opened […]
A new establishment is bringing a little piece of New Jersey to downtown Harrisonburg. Cuchi Guidos will serve up Brooklyn style pizza, Philly cheesesteaks, and Jersey hoagies. The eatery had their soft opening today.
Guest blogger Kirsten reports on her recent stop in Winchester’s recently opened Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. “Who’s business plan was this?” I wondered after downing a pint of Guinness Stout and a festive Dogfish Punkin Ale. Half of me really was in awe about the idea of eating and drinking while you watched a movie, but […]
It’s rare that on opening night a new restaurant has all its ducks in a row, but Local Chop and Grill House does. Restaurateurs Craig and Bert Moore, the original owners of the Joshua Wilton House and partners in Cally’s, have jumped back into the business after a five-year absence with another excellent downtown dining […]
In what may be the last link to the DNR from hburgnews, today’s story about the Friendly City Food Co-Op begs the question: is the community buying what FC2 is proposing?