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Somehow despite the constant
pressures of its proximity to New York City, Warwick
has managed to maintain a quaint and classic small
town look and feel. Its downtown is small and filled
with unique shops, from nouvelle cooking apparatus
to chic women's wear, from antiques to contemporary
furnishings. A stroll down Warwicks three block long
Main Street is a stroll down all the best that is
And Main Street keeps
reinventing itself. Store fronts are redone, new shops
take up residence and older shops are transformed.
Warwick prides itself on its still vibrant and exciting
Main Street shopping. For a quick break, try one of
the restaurants or cafes on Main Street, all serving
excellent family fare at reasonable prices. Or step
back in time into a real old fashioned, and still
very functioning, hardware store. Listen to the old
boards creak under foot as you gaze up to the ceiling
at notions and things of mystery. What is that doohickey
On any Sunday from May
thru October, take advantage of the Warwick Valley
Farmers Market across the stream in the South Street
Parking Lot. Farmers and vendors from around the area
bring the freshest produce and products to tempt your
pallet and take advantage of your weaknesses.
And walk along Main Street
to Lewis Park, the heart of Warwick's Historic District.
Lewis Park is a small verdant green oasis where you
can take a quick rest among the trees, walk on actual
grass, and breath in the sights and sounds of small