Harrisonburg Union Station Restaurant & Bar

Enjoy Our Hospitality and History

News & Updates

Saturday, April 19 - Todd Schlabach live in the bar

**We will not be accepting reservations for JMU's May Graduation**

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Thursday 4/24/14

Soup of the Day: Southwest Tomato & Carrot

Lunch Special: Chorizo and Cheese Quesadilla $8.50

April Dessert Special: Fresh Berries and Lemon Sorbet

About Our Restaurant

When we purchased the Wetsel Seed Building on September 9, 2008, our goal was to preserve the history of the building and incorporate local historical architecture from around the city of Harrisonburg. Each booth in our restaurant represents a building that once stood or still stands in the downtown Harrisonburg area. Photographs and literature written by Nancy Bondurant Jones and Dale MacAllister accompany each of these booths. For some of our guests, these photographs and stories will bring back great memories, while for others, the pieces of Harrisonburg history displayed around the restaurant will transport them to a time gone by.

At Union Station we take pride in providing quality food and gracious hospitality. Throughout your visit you will meet many members of our staff working together to provide an enjoyable dining experience. As a small business, we appreciate any feedback you can provide. Our goal is to continue growing and improving.


Dining Room 11:00AM-10:00PM
Bar 11:00AM-11:00PM

Dining Room 11:00AM-11:00PM
Bar 11:00AM-12:00AM

Dining Room & Bar 11:00AM-9:00PM

Bar Bites
Monday - Saturday
4:00PM-7:00PM & 9:00PM-Close
(Available in the Bar Only)

Enjoy Our Hospitality
and History.

About the Menu

Our menu offers new versions of old family favorites recreated to fit modern taste, presentation, and, of course, budget. Our goal was to create a simple and delicious menu that is accessible to everyone. Union Station would love for you to be a part of our menu-making process! Don't forget to submit your recipe.