Tucked behind the lobby of the Rivertown Lodge, the Tavern welcomes guest and locals alike. The building, which was at various times used as a motel, movie theater, and even restaurant has been transformed into an iconic hotel that serves as an anchor at the upper end of Warren Street.
Walls of dark painted paneling evoke a modern take on the tavern, while the ceiling is a simple cedar box. Wide plank oak floors flow seamlessly throughout, wile iconic tables of oak and zinc anchor each corner. The bar features a rolled bronze top, with painted mahogany and wicker cupboards beyond. It's is classically placed in the center of the room, with waxed canvas banquettes flanking either side.