Warren Village Neighborhood

Warren Village is the quintessential Vermont village and is as authentic as it gets. It’s hard to imagine that is is also the site of one of Vermont’s largest Independance Day celebrations, the iconic Warren 4th of July Parade.  As you enter the village you’ll find the “nearly world-famous” Warren Store. A shopping excursion to the village wouldn’t be complete without enjoying lunch or a yummy treat at this downtown institution.

Most folks know about this village anchor but not everyone realizes what’s “Upstairs” at the Warren Store. In a space that once hosted community dances, you’ll find an emporium of unexpected treasures. Around every corner you’ll find delightful merchandise you simply can’t find anywhere else. From fashionable women’s and men’s clothing and accessories, and an eclectic selection of jewelry, to unusual housewares, cards, gifts, fun children’s clothing, and toys for kids of all ages. To keep things interesting, so new offerings arrive year roun

Right next to the Warren Store you’ll discover a cluster of woman-owned businesses that includes Art in the Village, an incredibly colorful gallery featuring  a slew of local artists. Gallery owner, Rita Ioannidis, is an artist herself who is passionate about supporting all the Vermont artists displaying  their work. Next door you’ll see Someday Boutique, a curated collection of women’s clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories has been hand-picked and sourced to give customers the best deals on quality goods, without having to do all the work! Lisa Resiner founded Someday Boutique, fulfilling a life long dream of hers. She is determined to inspire style and deliver amazing items at affordable prices.  Forage and Finery occupies the front of the building offering a thoughtfully curated selection of handcrafted fine jewelry, artwork, herbal beauty products and clothing. Owners Sasha Walsh & Sasha Lyons first opened in July of 2020.

Across the street from the shops is the legendary Pitcher Inn. It’s a special place to dine or enjoy a post-shopping cocktail in Tracks.

Take a scenic drive from Warren over to  Waitsfield and on the way check out the East Warren Community Market. They have lots of local food, beverage and more that make perfect gifts for everyone on your list. Just a little further you’ll come along Luke Iannuzzi Pottery where you’ll find a full service pottery studio featuring one-of a-kind custom designs.