This is one of the nicest places to eat in Harrisonburg. You dress up, get a nice bottle of wine, and spend a pretty penny here. With that being said, you get what you pay for. The servers are very knowledgeable on not just the...More
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For my birthday dinner I chose the J Wilton house, located in a beautiful Victorian House. Two dining rooms complete with linen tablecloths and a gourmet meal was just what I wanted. We took the option of their Tuesday date night menu and chose filet...More
My family had reservations for dinner after the JMU football game. We came straight from the game and weren't dressed as we usually would for a nicer restaurant but we were made to feel right at home. The waitstaff was excellent. Our waitress could tell...More
This is a very nice restaurant. The cocktails were creative and unusual, the service and the food were both very good. It is housed in an 1880s house. Make sure to see the picture of the property, taken around 1900, in the bar.
My husband and I stayed one night at the Joshua Wilton House. Everything was perfect! The dinner, the room, the staff, the breakfast! It was a dream. We loved every moment of being there, and cannot wait to go back!
Recently my wife and I visited the Joshua Wilton House on Sunday afternoon for brunch. The atmosphere was elegant and quiet. The house itself is very nicely restored and very well kept. The staff was very friendly and made us feel welcome. Our waiter was...More
I visited Joshua Wilton House due to winning a contest that included an overnight stay. What happened was the magic of this house and the staff along with an incredible resturant made we want to move in and stay!! We were blessed by all of...More
The ambiance and service was excellent. However the food was MAGNIFICENT!!! An absolutely great overall dining experience. Quiet, quaint and beautiful restaurant. Excellent place to propose to your lady or celebrate an anniversary. Two thumbs up. P.S. Can I give it 6 Stars????
Gracious staff made our stay a joy in every way. This grand old lady of Harrisonburg has been lovingly cared for to show her off at her best. Room was lovely, quiet with coffee and water freely available in the hallway. Sunday brunch was delicious...More