Monday, September 17, 2012

Warren Tavern - History in Charlestown

A week without posts?!  I promise it was for a good reason...I was off in San Francisco and Napa Valley for the week.  There will be plenty of posts to catch you up on many of the amazing things we did, including Alcatraz, restaurants, views, and lots and lots of wine!  However, while I am getting those photos organized, this post brings us a bit closer to home.

Nick and I were out exploring in Charlestown recently and were hungry (walking over 6 miles around the city will do that to you!).  Conveniently located in the historic streets of the gas light district, The Warren Tavern is known to tourists and locals alike as a good place for a drink and some pub food.  Walking through the front door of the Tavern you feel like you are taking a bit of a step back in time with its dark interior and vaulted beam ceilings.  The warm and cozy feeling was the perfect cure for our hunger.

After looking over the lunch menu, I decided on the burger (shocking, I know!).  Specifically, the Cottage Burger, which is topped with Cheddar, bacon and a fried organic egg.  This was a big burger, the cheese was fully melted and the bun was toasted.  While the burger was a bit over-cooked, all the toppings helped keep this burger nice and tasty.

The Cottage Burger

A Peek Inside...
Nick went with one of the chicken cutlet sandwiches, the Jack Ranch, which is topped with applewood smoked bacon, pepper jack and ranch.  Another solid sandwich, with perfectly cooked chicken and delicious toppings.

Jack Ranch Cutlet Sandwich
With both sandwiches being less than $12, the price point really cannot be beat.  And with a full service bar and friendly servers to boot, this is a cozy place for all to meet to and greet.

Next time you're in Charlestown and looking for a little local flavor, The Warren Tavern is your spot.

Warren Tavern on Urbanspoon


  1. The Warren Tavern is such a cute, fun spot. I can't wait to read your CA posts!!

  2. love it!! can't wait to hear all about california.

  3. I looove SF, but I'd also love to get to Charleston sometime


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