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About Logan Inn
Logan Inn, located in beautiful New Hope, was established as an inn in 1727. Logan Inn is the oldest continuously run inn in Bucks County and one of the five oldest in the United States. An intimate luxury inn, Logan Inn has sixteen spacious guest rooms, each completely renovated in 2016.
Dining is available in the lovely Colonial glass enclosed porches or in the cozy Fireside Room. In season, al fresco dining on the tented patio offers a wonderful spot for people watching, New Hope style. Stepping into the tavern, located in the oldest section of the building, is truly stepping back into time. The tavern remains open late and selections from the menu are available there. This careful blending of the old and the new has made Logan Inn one place where “the best of yesterday and today mingle beautifully.”
New Hope, PA 18938
American, Seafood, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Lunch: Monday to Saturday 11:30 am – 4:00 pm
Dinner: Monday to Thursday: 4:00pm – 9:00pm; Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm – 10:00pm; Sunday 2:00pm – 9:00pm
Late night menu in the Tavern: Friday & Saturday 10:00pm – 12:00am
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Regular live entertainment. See schedule http://loganinn.com/events/
Private pay lot available.
Executive Chefs Hunter Stagg and Danny Lucas
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Stay up to date on all Logan Inn events by:
Visiting our website - www.loganinn.com
Liking us on Facebook - Logan Inn
And following us on Instagram - @LoganInnPA.
Logan Inn Ratings and Reviews
Had a wonderful night out at the Logan for our anniversary. We started off with fantastic cocktails at the bar and followed it up with an amazing dinner in front of the fireplace. Saturday night special prime rib was amazing and the rack of lamb was equally as good! Cooked to perfection with great side items, more than enough food to bring some home for lunch the next day. Special shout out and thanks to Maggie Smith, GM of the Logan - she is top notch and made our evening one to remember!
Our dinner on Saturday, Feb 03, was terrific. Having visited the Logan Inn during the warm weather months, I didn't know what to expect dining indoors. We were pleasantly surprised, and greatly enjoyed our dinners. The beauty of the fireplace was perfect for a cold winters night, and we could hear the music being played in the background, not too loud, again, just right. We will return again as there were many menu items we would like to try.
It was a cold, crisp winter day when my friend and I decided to meet for lunch. Upon arrival the host sat us next to the warm fireplace. The ambience was remarkable. Summer was our waitress and she was attentive and very friendly. Most of all, the cream of potato soup with curry and then main course of crab cakes were the BEST I have ever had. We sat for a couple of hours and enjoyed the fire, historic atmosphere, friendly wait staff and most of all the opportunity to spend time with a dear friend. I feel as if the afternoon at the Logan Inn reflected our friendship. Thank you to the Chef, wait staff, host, and owners of Logan Inn
Been to the Logan Inn several times and always love it. This time was no different, with one exception. One of my guests was enjoying a nice Onion Soup, when to her surprised she scooped out a mussel shell (complete shell). Upon telling the waiter he did remove it from the bill, but I was surprised the Manager didn't come over to check in and apologize. it was a pretty slow time period (end of Brunch) so he/she could have made the effort. That being said the food was excellent, our server very nice and place clean and enjoyable as always. Hence my rating is not "outstanding" for this one visit. I'll be back, but it's the little efforts that are remembered. John
Met friends at the Logan Inn for dinner on Saturday night. We sat near the bar near the outside windows. They must have had the heat off because we were so cold! There were 4 of us but only table settings for 2 people. We asked for 2 additional and the waiter brought plates but no silverware! Had to ask again. Food was okay-- we had two Logan burgers and salads Desserts were good. Didn't seem like we had too much attention from the waiter. Would go back but with lesser expectations.
The Logan Inn has a beautiful atmosphere, rustic and cozy! We sat on the porch which offered bright sun on a chilly day. The live jazz band was loud in the main restaurant/bar area, but provided a good backdrop for us on the porch. The food was okay and not as much variety for a brunch menu; and the service was inattentive. I would definitely return for drinks, the bar was very active!
I loved eating here! I’ve lived in the bucks county area for some time now and never actually had dinner at The Logan Inn before. I’ve don’t drinks and brunch out on the patio (which is beautiful in the summer) but never dinner. We went on a double date on a Friday night and the service was incredible. It was in January and the fire place was on and someone was playing live music from the bar. It wasn’t too loud, just enough background music. So rumor has it this place is haunted. During dinner the lights in the dining hall turned off and the entire wait staff was stunned. I don’t know if it was part of the “haunted act” or not, but it was really interesting to see happen! The food was very delicious too and great drinks. I recommend the Harvest sangria and the salmon and Ahi Tuna were delicious. I’d definitely come back here for dinner.
Spent New Years Eve Dec 31st 2017 at the Logan Inn, really enjoyed our time. The only thing i wasn't happy about was the fixed Menu. I wished i knew ahead of time that it was fixed. When i booked the time slot nowhere was it mentioned that the Menu and price was fixed for the evening.
We had a great Christmas Eve dinner here . Save me a lot of work and was a nice environment to have dinner with the family. It would be great if there was a little more variety for a dinner like Christmas where families are likely to bring kids. The main course and dessert were great., but the appetizer selection was a bit tougher for picky eaters. Service was great . Early seating was very quiet - almost too quiet!!
We were very glad we had a reservation since the restaurant was very busy. Our waiter was outstanding but the food was hit or miss. Filet was excellent, strip steak was tough, creme brûlée was very much like delicious scrambled eggs. Waiter was apologetic but that and a quarter buys you nothing . The bill for 6 people $475. Not sure I would do a special occasion there again.
My husband and I went for my birthday we were seeing a play at Bucks County Playhouse. We were so disappointed in the food I ordered oysters which I was told my the waiter that east coast were bigger so I ordered them they were the size of my finger the manager did take it off our bill but when we received our meal I didn’t have the heart to complain I mean this was my birthday and it is the holidays but I got the pork chop which I couldn’t even cut it was so dried out I can understand that service was slow due to weather but the chef got everything wrong I was so hungry I ordered dessert thinking that can’t be bad a brownie with ice cream well I was wrong again the brownie was rock hard It was very expensive and when you work all day Saturday and spend what you’ve made in pay for a few days on a horrible meal its depressing I may call today to speak with management. Thank god the play was amazing! The night was redeemed due to that!!
Everything was very good. They messed up the order of our food and one of the appetizers came at same time as dinner. They were very apologetic and bought us an after dinner drink we ordered. Food was delicious and loved the High Hook Pinot blanc! Always make it a point to stop at Logan Inn when we visit PA.
Service was so,so. Took the menu with the wine list I was interested in choosing from on the back before I could decide. Same wines didn't appear in the regular list. Sat finished for a while waiting for the waiter to finish pushing cigars to another table.
Food was pretty good, except for the vegetables. The carrots in the peas and carrots where still hard and barely cooked. Tops of the few bread slices offered in the basket with oil were burnt on top and barely a slice worth picking up as it started to fall apart.
Ambiance was great, good for people watching and was nice for a change. Maybe better in the warmer months.
Went on Thanksgiving with immediate family. $49 per Adult, $20 per child under age 10. Too much price, not enough value for the money - yet too much food. Each portion could have been two meals. Meaning: Charging too much to jack up the price and justifying it with a double portion per plate - which, still should not cost as much. Value for Ambiance, historic, food quality, service I would set at $30 per adult plate and $15 per Child. All of the food was good, didn’t wait too long between courses, but price to value is high cost. $10 for Valet Parking?? Should be $5 and anything extra would be due to service above and beyond. I know dining out is big business but this seems excessive.
I found this restaurant online when I was visiting New Hope during Thanksgiving 2017. It was easily one of the best, if not the best Thanksgiving dinners I have ever had in a restaurant. From the quality to the portion size and the service all was excellent and delivered at a fair price. I highly recommend this restaurant.
great food choices...delicious and beautifully served and good wine
lovely atmosphere...relaxed and airy
excellent service...helpful and attentive but not bothersome
quick but not over bearing...food was presented as needed and wanted
A Wonderfully Delicious Experience!
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