Billy Jack's Wing & Draft Shack in Harrisonburg, VA
Billy Jack's My favorite downtown dive in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Brunch is AMAZING! You can get breakfast sliders, biscuits & gravy, or breakfast burrito among other things. Breakfast sliders you can choose your bread: buttermilk biscuits or cinnamon sugar waffles, meat: bacon or ham or fried chicken, and a nice mound of cheese with a fried egg that melts everything together perfectly. First bite is always my favorite, the yolk explodes and drips down into bed of breakfast potatoes stuffed under the sliders. They're big ol' things, but so delicious you can't help but eat the whole thing in one sitting. Other notable menu options: redneck monte cristo, the "girlscout" (donut), sticky nuggz, loaded fries (with smoked bacon chunks), 10 napkin burger, and UNBELIEVABLE wings. I come here at least twice a week with my girlfriends to grab brunch or a burger (and that's on a broke college student budget). The atmosphere is also amazing, you can hardly see the walls they have so much stuff hanging/posted up. My personal favorite decorations are the 4 foot marlin, big wooden indian statue, torpedo, and (free!!!) working pac man machine. I really can't emphasize how amazing the food is, I always make at least one or two trips during summer semester to come back and get some brunch. The owners of Billy Jack's have a sister restaurant a couple doors down called Jack Brown's which is amazing as well. While BJ's focuses on wings and brunch, Jack Brown's is allllll about the burgers and dogs. They have a different burger every day of the week, and they're all out of this world. Personal favorite is the Elvis, premium beef with a slather of peanut butter, cheese, and bacon on a potato bun. Some other notable burgers are the popeye (spinach artichoke dip, greg brady (bbq chips and mac&cheese), the shiflet (egg/bacon/cheese), showalter (egg, bacon,cheese on donut), and the jalapeno popper (cream cheese, pickled jalapenos). They're always rolling out new flavor combinations (with some pretty strange ingredients sometimes) but they're always delicious. I've probably spent the equivalent of a semester at school eating at these two locations, and it would be well worth your time to check these places out.