A Downtown classic, Warren's Inn holds its own amid downtown's revitalization and even attracted a new breed of patrons.
The popular bar is cramped to begin with; the tables are painfully close to one another, and chairs seem to be in short supply. The decor is quite masculine, all wood and Dickensian sconces protruding from the wall, and a lovely turret-type booth overlooks the lower half of the room. In addition to the same old barflies, young theater kids and hipsters are cramming into this Market Square establishment every weekend.
To fully appreciate the Warren's experience, go on a Wednesday night, when you won't have to compete with a few hundred people for a place to park your bum and have a drink.