Warwick is a wonderful town for a beginner Upstate exploration — it’s relatively close to New York City and has the character of a person you’ve known for a long time and yet they won’t stop surprising you every once in a while. Here’re some of my favorite details and places in town.

A common architectural type of home in Warwick
Noble Pies (121 NY-94), on the edge of the town, serves fresh homemade sweet and savory pies using local natural ingredients

Two words that can sum up my life
Minimal and delightfully sharp signage in the center of Warwick
Trash bin

Local hydrant
Electric lighting stylized as candles
Local pharmacy


Wawayanda Creek piercing through Warwick
The Tuscan Cafe is a local hangout and one of the very few places serving espresso

Bins by the Warwick Sanitation
Wooden type sign

Ye Olde Warwick Book Shoppe is a large, airy, and cozy bookshop with a handful curation of new fiction and non-fiction plus architecture and design titles

Collection of bookmarks at Ye Olde Warwick Book Shoppe
The shop is featuring two latest titles by local Afghan-American writer Nadia Hashimi
Sign in front of Yesterdays, a local bar

International Harvester Scout II spotted on the streets of Warwick
The smallest chair on Earth

Conscious Fork, a vegetarian cafe serving great juices and pastry



Inside Albert Wisner Public Library named America’s best small library in 2016. It indeed feels more like a coworking space than a library

That view!
Lights at Albert Wisner Public Library
Two miles south of Warwick, the recently opened Pennings Farm Cidery is offering a treat of freshly made cider right on the premises

Just the right time to catch my ride and head back to the city

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