Photo by Gabrielle Sukich. More than 150 beers have been created from the Livery’s deep recipe book over the last 12 years. Currently the brewers are focusing on “core beers” that are available all the time, along with rotating specials.
Photo by Gabrielle Sukich. Over a century ago, the Palace Livery began providing its vital service to the community. The building was vacant for 40 years before being reborn as The Livery Microbrewery and creative platform that it is today.
Photo by Peter Ringenberg. The menu at The General includes locally baked Ragamuffin bagels and Cyn’s gluten-free muffins; specialty beverages like Fentimans botanically brewed soft drinks and Sprecher craft sodas; and an assortment of beers, from PBR to local microbrews.
Photo by Peter Ringenberg. Large windows at the front of The General account for the warm light infusing this eclectic space in the afternoon, making it a perfect spot to linger over some of the best coffee in town.
Photo by by Grant Beachy. A tent on the patio at West on Warren helps extend the outdoor dining and concert season. A crowd gathered this fall for Brooklyn-based band The Bergamot, who reached out to the restaurant after hearing about its unique ambience.
Photo by by Grant Beachy. Having been, among other things, a Standard Oil station, a barbershop, a dress shop and a flower shop, West on Warren’s newly renovated structure now shines as a restaurant and local art gallery