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About General Warren
Historic 1745 Country Inn featuring American-Continental Cuisine with a contemporary flair, table-side prepared specialties at dinner, attentive service amid charming candlelit dining rooms, all with working fireplaces. Home of "The Warren Tavern", featuring a lite fare menu or the full menu, all available without reservations. Happy Hour 4:30 to 6:30 Mon- Fri featuring discounted draft and bottled beers, $5 wines, $2 off all other adult drinks, reduced price Happy Hour Menu items . Full bar and extensive International wine list. Outdoor dining at "The Springhouse Terrace", available all year-round for cocktail parties, receptions and intimate weddings and receptions. Three private party rooms for 15 to 60 guests, eight elegant guests suites for overnight stays, including a served continental breakfast.
Malvern, PA 19355
American, Continental, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm. Happy Hour 4:30 to 6:30 Mon- Fri featuring 1/2 price draft beer, $5 wines, 1/2 price tavern menu. Guests suites available seven nights a week. Private parties and wedding ceremonies/receptions for 50 to 150 guests can be hosted Saturday afternoons or anytime Sunday.
$31 to $50
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In THE WARREN TAVERN: Thursdays: Live Music from 6 to 10 pm with special drink and food pricing. To see schedule of upcoming talent, visit website, call or e-mail us.
HAPPY HOUR(S) Monday-Friday 4:30 - 6:30 featuring discounted draft beers, $5 wines, $2 off all other adult drinks, reduced price Happy Hour Menu items
All catering for on-site functions only. Three Private dining rooms for groups of 15 to 60, plus the four-seasons Springhouse Terrace for cocktail receptions and wedding ceremonies. Reserving the entire inn for parties of 50 to 150 available. General Warren Inne specializes in custom functions including cocktail parties with food stations, carving stations and butler hors d'oeuvre service, in addition to our award winning white cloth table service. Your event can be tailored to be formal or casual, based on your needs. Please contact a function planner at 610 296.3637 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ample free parking on property. Complimentary Valet Parking on busy nights.
Local SEPTA R-5 Regional Rail transit and Amtrak service 1 mile from inn. Advance taxi service reservations required. Call us for assistance, 610 296.3637
Private Party Facilities:
Step through our door and experience classic 18th century charm and hospitality blended with modern American cuisine, with all spaces recently renovated. Join us for your next special occasion or corporate event. With three private dining rooms and the Springhouse Terrace, we can accommodate groups of 15 to 60 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Event Coordinator: (610) 296-3637
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Happy Hour 4:30 to 6:30 Mon- Fri featuring discounted draft & bottled beers, house wines, $2 off all other adult drinks, reduced price Happy Hour Menu items .... Dinner / Suite / Breakfast Packages, starting at only $190 per couple.
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General Warren Ratings and Reviews
Beautiful setting, great service and excellent food... Sandy our server is as good as it gets and has been with the GW for so many years she estimated she had prepared 20k of the tableside Ceasar salads... that’s a lot of Caesar’s folks and her attitude and the service was excellent! Originally this was my favorite birthday spot and now has become my wife’s as well so we make it at least twice a year.
My wife's crab cakes were not as we remembered and had a strange seasoning that hindered the crab taste. My turtle soup was a big disappointment and could not compare to the Ship Inn's. The staff was very attentive and cordial, but it may be time to look for a new chef, especially one who uses tried and true ingredients .
We have been to the Gen W Inn several time, always with a good experience, but this night was substandard. Both (there were two of us) main courses were over cooked. Two sides were cold. Waitress couldn’t pour my beer without spilling it (twice).
I told the waitress my wife’s meal was awful, very politely and only with the intent of helping them do better next time. In response she said, “yea I didn’t think it looked good when I brought it out.” Which begs the question, why did she bring it out or check on us sooner?
We came to the Gen W Inn, but had the experience of eating at a diner.
We had a very delicious meal! Everything was cooked perfectly as per our requests. Although there was a corkage fee, it was nice to be able to bring an older Burgundy from home for this special occasion! One of the highlights was a Caesar salad for 2 prepared table side by Celeste!
We like to patronize this gracious inn for the good food and charming settings. We hosted 60 people there for our son's wedding rehearsal dinner over a year ago.
This occasion was for a family birthday. We had a nice evening and enjoyed the meal but the service was slow at points -- apparently the waitress had more tables to handle than typical.
I felt bad leaving her a less than generous tip, especially as she seemed nice and worked hard. But I felt I could not considering that at several points in the meal we were left waiting for more than a few minutes with no explanation.
We really appreciated that "Happy Birthday" was written around the rim of the plate for the birthday guy. Lovely, low-key touch! (We had noted when making the reservation that it was a birthday occasion.)
As usual, the overall experience was excellent. Unfortunately, our server Maureen, was a bit
harried. We ordered a bottle of wine; she brought us two very small wine glasses which we requested to be exchanged for proper large red wine glasses. Her reaction was that she 'would do her best to find some". A bit latter she brought us the correct size glasses with no apology.
Food was terrific and except for the server issues, it was a good evening.
Not our first visit to General Warren, and definitely not our last. :-) As always, service was impeccable, food was fantastic (one caveat: The pastry dough for the beef Wellington was undercooked, at our table and the table next to us... the over was not hot enough, but the dish was still tasty).
After a half-dozen visits, it feels weird to write a full-on review. We've spent Valentine's Day here twice, we dine here whenever we're in the Malvern area, and we just love it. The new dessert offerings look tremendous! We had the praline cheesecake, which was wonderful, but we could've chosen all of them. And we don't normally eat dessert.
My wife and I got married on Friday the 13 th 22 years ago in October and speant our wedding night at the Inn. We decided that having dinner at the General Warren Inn on Friday the 13 th, 22 years later would be a great idea. And it was! The Manager welcomes us with a Happy Anniversary greeting, sat us at a tucked away corner table with view of the main dining room so we could enjoy the moment. The wine and drinks were perfect as was the table side Ceasar Salad for two and a Snapper Soup. Followed by main course of Duck breast in a reduction sauce and 100%. Crab cake which was Gluten Free for my wife. We complimented our meals with superb deserts of Praline CheeseCake which was Gluten Free also, and a tasty sponge cake. Desert aperitifs of a 12 Yr. Scotch and Grand Manier topped off a wonderful meal and evening.
Favorite place to enjoy a night alone or a night with good friends. No better place to enjoy the perfect meal than at the GW, especially in the tavern. Can't wait for a cold night, and a fire in the tavern with a good glass of wine in my hand and an excellent meal on the table.
Our meals were excellent. the ambiance and the structure itself were historic and authentic. Our server was very personable, polite and efficient. We enjoyed the experience we recommended it to anyone who spoke of eating out for the next 2 days we were in the area
This was my first time at this historic restaurant. Overall it was lovely but, for me, there were some downsides. We ate in the outdoor atrium which I thought faintly smelled like horse manure. A lot of their dishes are served with some form of goat cheese whether it's in a sauce or sprinkled on top and there are a few that don't. The waitress defended a drink that was ordered insisting it didn't contain vermouth when the bartender had poured it out after agreeing it did contain vermouth. My guests thoroughly enjoyed their meals which I was happy about. One is a goat cheese afficianado! The rack of lamb was excellent, the steak perfect as was the salmon. I would definitely go back but I would sit in the main dining room. You can't do much about an incorrectly made drink or an over abundance of goat cheese in my opinion! The meal prices were excellent as was the quality and delicious taste of the food we each ordered.
We wanted a high end restaurant to go to. For 41st wedding anniversary and The Warren Inn did not disappoint. It is a historic inn with lots of ambiance. The dining room was like dinng in the original home. It warm and inviting.
Can't say enough anout the food. Delicious!!! Our waitress was very nice. She made us babana's foster forus at oir table and it was delicious. You won't be didsapointed with this Inn.
General Warren is our favorite restaurant but our experience this weekend was disappointing. Service for our party was good, as usual, but my meal, a $32 filet dinner, was over cooked and the whole plate was cold when it arrived at the table. I can only hope the meals served to our 4 guests were better than that which arrived for me. I considered sending it back to the kitchen, but decided not to rather than bring unwanted attention to our group.
The meal and service were first class! However, we were seated on the "porch" which seemed okay at first. Subsequently, two men were seated two tables away. They had apparently spent some time at the bar prior to being seated for dinner. They were extremely loud in their conversation and, at times, obnoxious due to use of profanity...which was inappropriate for this setting. They were so loud that it was most difficult to have a conversation with my wife whom had just returned from a trip to Germany. We had much to talk about...we simply were unable to do so until after dinner. It was, indeed, a shame that such a wonderful dinner in a first class restaurant was tainted and spoiled by these circumstances.
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