When you're looking for a dive bar, what you're really after is a place where the stools are comfortable, the jukebox options are solid and everything, from the décor to the heavy drink pours has been comfortingly, reliably the same for as long as anyone can remember. That's where Warren's Inn comes in. Warren's has been satiating that specific dive bar longing since it opened in 1978. The bar, named after the late Warren Truesdale, moved into its current location on Market Square in 1987, and next to nothing has changed since. After all, why mess with perfection? Walking past the neon red sign into Warren's, you know that when you enter the bar everything from the chandeliers and mirrors that have decorated the place since it first opened to the solid array of jazz, blues, old school R&B and rock piping out of the jukebox will be just as it has always been. And as you sidle up to the bar to get a Shiner or a well-made Old Fashioned, you know that whether you're a lawyer, a dedicated drinker, part of a crew of ladies out for a night on the town or just a lonely guy who needs a place to stoically stare down into his beer, you'll be accepted. There's room for everyone at Warren's.