The Warwick dates back to the 1800's when steam trains brought prosperity to Hummelstown. So it still looks much like the 1800's hotel it used to be - at least on the outside. The inside is more modern looking than that (so not real "historic"/quaint inside). Given that there is a central bar very prominent, you would expect that the bar is the most featured area - not so. The menu is much longer than you would expect from a neighborhood bar, and the dishes we ordered (both dinner pasta entrees) were a cut or two above. I liked the house salad, especially with the sun-dried tomato vinaigrette dressing. Prices are moderate-high, especially if you order any drinks. Very attentive service. Not sure if it was just the night we went, but it was a very boisterous crowd. On-street parking is very limited but there is a parking lot in the rear (but I don't think the entrance road - right beside the resturant - is marked). Quaint view from the main dining area of the Victorian buildings in Hummelstown. They do have outdoor seating (in milder weather) and a converted/enclosed rear porch.
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