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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 $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Regular live entertainment. See schedule http://loganinn.com/events/
Private pay lot available.
Executive Chefs Hunter Stagg and Danny Lucas
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Logan Inn Ratings and Reviews
Nikolas has fixed priced meal offerings. The selections in each choice are superb. The 39$ fixed priced meal
that we chose included a fresh, whole bronzino done in a Mediterranean style. This was an excellent choice.
There are fresh salads, oysters and creative appetizers to choose from. It even includes dessert. Certainly if someone is very hungry this is the place to go.
We enjoyed our dinner at Nikolas in the Logan Inn very much. We chose the least expensive price fixe menu at $37 per person. The food was excellent and the service was impeccable. My only beef is that the wine per glass cost is more than I like to pay, in each category of wine there was only one wine under $10 and it was a very inexpensive wine that I would never drink at home. I know the markup for wines is pretty hefty but there are many affordable excellent wines that are budget priced in the liquor store. I guess next time I will choose a BYOB restaurant. Otherwise, a great meal!!
Group of seven went to Logan Inn before attending a show at the Playhouse. Food was great and service impeccable. When we thought time was getting a bit tight, server suggested she wrap up our desserts to take home and have later. A wonderful suggestion...and thoroughly enjoyed later at home.
I love the food at Nikolas at Logan Inn and will continue to recommend it to friends, but this experience was marred by an odd server, probably in training since he was working under a friendlier, more knowledgeable, more experienced one. (The experienced one was a gem, but I can't remember his name!)
That being said, I think this particular visit was an anomaly and because of the delicious food, the varied prix fixe format, the charm of a wood fireplace in the dining room, and the otherwise fine waitstaff, I'd still highly recommend Nikolas at Logan Inn!
We made reservations at the Logan Inn as it got good reviews. Unfortunately, most reviews don't split food and wine as categories. We went with a four course dinner with wine pairings. Thge food, particularly the steaks (strip and filet) were very good. However, the wines added little or nothing to the experience. The worst was a heavy syrupy sherry paired with a somewhat dry tiramisu. There may be good wines on the list but we didn't get them in the pairings.
Service was excellent, ambience was great, quite. I've dined here several times in the past and always
had a good experience. However, i must say this time i was not 100% satisfied with my Salmon dish.
It appeared to be a little undercooked and was not as good as i had anticipated. Could have just been a
one time thing!
I took my fiancee here for her birthday dinner. We're not fancy dining people and neither of us had ever eaten at a restaurant with multi-course menus. The atmosphere was sophisticated and welcoming, not snobby or off-putting like I had feared. The food was phenomenal, the servers willingly answered all of our questions and we had an overall great time! They say that you need at least 90 minutes to enjoy the meal and that is true, but it was well worth the time it took to enjoy a nice evening!
The restaurant was the perfect place for a special Sunday brunch. The food was pretty good, but was overpriced, as were the drinks. A bloody mary for $15 is a bit steep. Eggs Florentine on an English muffin was fine, as were the Eggs and crab cake; also, a ham and cheese panini was very good. The dessert, a Sicilian ricotta cheesecake was a disappointment; tasted dry and past its prime, according to all three of us who tasted it. The ambiance is very nice, seated in the porch area with rustic stone walls on one side and large windows to the other, looking out at a busy New Hope October day with the sun shining brightly. The service was a little off--our waiter seemed to be inexperienced and a little disheveled, but pleasant. May not return.
Enjoyed a wonderful dinner. The food is excellent, as is the service. We enjoyed the Fixed Price Dinners w Wine Tastings. This was an excellent choice, the wines were incredible - as was the explanations of each wine being served. For desert we had Port & Sherry - both were fabulous.
This was the second time we had a bad waitress at Nikolas. Due to the unavailability of parking at the resturant, all of us had to find parking elsewhere, this proved to be a problem because New Hope was busy. The waitress asked if we would like to order drinks while we were waiting for everyone to find parking and get to the resturant. I replied, "no not yet, I want to wait until everyone gets here." She asked two more times. Two more times I said, "not everyone is here yet." So she snottily said, "I'll tell you what, you come find me when you are ready!" Now let me tell you, this bill was about $1,000.00. I wish gratuity wasn't already added to the check. It was also too cold and too dark. Never going there again.
THE FOOD WAS VERY GOOD - THE STANDARD FOUR COURSE PRIX FIXE MENU CAN BE A BIT MUCH BUT EACH WAS PREPARED WELL AND TASTY. MY WIFE AND MY DAUGHTER ALSO HAD THE WINE ACCOMPANIMENT FEATURE WITH THEIR ORDERS BUT WERE NOT IMPRESSED WITH THE SELECTIONS. THEY WOULD NOT SELECT THAT OPTION IF THEY ATE THERE AGAIN. I ON THE OTHER HAND SELECTED A WINE BY THE GLASS AND IT WAS ONE I HAD HAD BEFORE AND IT WAS OFFERED AT A REASONABLE IN PRICE. THE RESTAURANT WAS REALLY HOPPING - IT WAS SATURDAY NIGHT - AND THE RESTAURANT'S OUTDOOR BAR WAS LIKEWISE VERY VIBRANT, MAKING THE NIGHT SEEM VERY FESTIVE. WE HAD A GOOD TIME, ENJOYED THE DINNER AND WOULD GO BACK AGAIN.
Amazing dinner. Highly recommend the Prix fix menu with wine pairing. Delicious and fun. Food was excellent and wait staff was knowledgeable and attentive. Only minor disappointment with greek salad was mediocre with only one olive in it but my wife's beet salad was phenomenal and the rest of the meal was mouth watering good. We will be going back.
Excellent dinner, fast and professional service ( we ate before theater ), I wish we had more time to enjoy the four course dinner.
Octopus very well prepared, brie en croute, the whole branzino moist and simple, like in Greece or Italy.
Ended the meal with a delicious greek yogurt with walnuts and honey.
We will definitely go back.
Outdoor dining was very nice, landscaping provided ample coverage from road and pedestrians walking by.
3 price fixe menu's offered great dining selections, we opted for the 4 course meal. Food was excellent, well prepared & the service was excellent. Already making plans to go back for dinner.
On a beautiful late summer evening we decided to use up a gift card to Nikolas restaurant at. The Logan Inn. what a surprise to find a lovely outdoor (tented)new restaurant with an intriguing menu fixe. Certainly, everything was updated from our last visit years ago. We particularly enjoyed the grilled fresh fish and the crab cakes and fresh salads and tiramisu.The trio of gelati however was a little disappointing - the menu described the interesting flavors of pistachio, fig and goat cheese- but they all tasted of the same- vanilla! Even so the food, service and atmosphere, convinced us to return soon!
Our part of four were seated outside under a canopy with radiant heat which compensated for the early fall chill. Except for the motorcycles which periodically went buy the noise level was not a distraction.
We had the 7 course tasting menu with wine pairs. The two truly standout dishes (for me) were the octopus and the Chilean sea bass. We all agreed that the meal was outstanding. The portion sizes were generous enough that my wife left some Kobe beef on her plate! She was just getting too full.
The wait staff were delightful.
A most enjoyable evening.
We took some friends from Germany to New Hope for the day and although we had reservations for dinner at Nikolas we decided to stop at the Logan Inn for a drink and some nibbles for lunch. The staff was very friendly and accomodating and the beer selection and food was wonderful. We ended up sitting there for a couple hours. After a long hot day of sightseeing and shopping, we decided to forgo Nikolas and go back to the Logan Inn. Even with the evening crowd, everything was fantastic. Made for a memorable evening.
Our dining experience could have been much better. When we arrived, our table wasn't ready so we sat at the bar. The outdoor bar and dining is nice and the heat lamps keep you comfy. Our reservations were for 7:45 but we weren't seated until 9:05. The hostess assured us we would be taken care of but our server didn't get the message. She was inattentive and rude and it just added to the disappointment of our evening. The wait between courses was far too long but when our food did finally arrive, it was good. I had the lobster tails and especially liked the beet salad. It was nice they comped us a round of drinks for our wait but I won't rush back.
We enjoyed our anniversary dinner here and felt like we were back in California at a winemakers dinner. One of the nicest dining experiences we've had in a while. Warm and friendly atmosphere with great food and wine at a leisurely pace. We will definitely be back again!
We both had the five course fair with wine pairings. Just when we were thinking about getting a glass of champagne to start, two showed up. The wine steward was great.
The food is rich but truly outstanding. Try their signature oysters. Their serf and turf was a little more done than ordered but the lobster tail was perfect.
A table by the street gives people watchers an opportunity, but traffic noise may be a little high for others. Plan to return.
We had reservations at noon and asked to sit outside. There were multiple tables open. When we asked for a table out of the sun, we were told those tables already had reserved names on them. "Our" reserved table was in direct sunlight. No compromise from the hostess. So we went inside to sit down. We ordered basic brunch items. Food was not hot. The home fries were limp and mushy. No choice of bread or toast. Only thing served was a doughy brioche. Disappointing experience since this was our 22nd anniversary brunch. Won't be going back.
We celebrated our wedding anniversary at Nicolas and had a wonderful time. We dined outdoors surrounded by a beautiful garden. The food was amazing - the best red snapper I have ever eaten! We chose the wine pairing with our dinner. The sommelier was very knowledgeable and pleasant. We learned a lot about the wines we were drinking. The service was attentive and our meal was leisurely, , which we appreciated. We would highly recommend this restaurant!
My family came for brunch to celebrate a birthday. I appreciated being able to make a reservation on line through Open Table. We were seated fairly quickly in the Patio area at my request. The reservation did not indicate whether one had a choice of seating area, this might be something to consider as the dining areas are vastly different ambience. There were two servers, both friendly and pleasant. The service fell between casual and fine dining, which was fine since it was brunch. The food we ordered from the brunch menu was excellent, tasty and fair portions, and reasonably priced for a tourist town in high season.
This is a great place to enjoy dinner before going to the Bucks County Playhouse. We had $10 parking in their adjacent lot, a delicious $35 prix-fix 3 course dinner, and easy access to the theater. The server timed the meal perfectly so that we were not rushed and able to enjoy each course. Be sure to tell the parking attendant that you have dinner reservations to get the $10 rate.
Nikolas at Logan Inn was a tremendous find...thanks to OpenTable voters. The prix fixe menus had many options and offered plenty of choice within the pre-set menus. The food was amazing...my wife noted it was best meal she'd ever had. We were there on a slow Thursday and were able to sit outside and watch New Hope shoppers. Our servers were attentive but respectful of our space (it was our 21st anniversary). They have a great wine pairing approach to each phase of the dinner (we didnt drink, but it was a great idea). Thanks Logan Inn!
loved it-not the ordinary fare-. Three prix fix menu choices, each offering more courses or different choices- with or without wine airings, the choices were $39 or $55 for 4 courses or $75 for the 7 course chef's tasting menu. These are the prices without wine. The food was fantastic! hummos platter with toasted pita triangles and grape leaves and zucchini fritters. crab cakes in phyllo dough with a kale saute and a whole branzini perfectly charred. the service was professional and gracious and the desserts, esp the fig gelati was perfect.
I have eaten at Logan Inn many times but had a bad experience last time and thought I would never go back. Had tickets to Bucks County Playhouse and was looking for pre-theater dinner. Logan Inn popped up on opentable.com so I thought it may be good on a rainy night. When I visited the website I discovered that it was clambake night. I called to verify and asked about parking option. I made the reservation -- with reservation. There were clams, mussels, shrimp, a large lobster, corn on the cob, a baked potato, chicken wings, and sausage. I could not eat it all but I did a good job of trying and was very happy. We thought about ordering dessert to share but the waiter took too much time getting us the dessert menu.
Overall we had a very good experience. Food was delicious. The 4 courses were served at a leisurely pace which I enjoyed. I didn't feel rushed. We ate outside and had a great table. Only had one minor service hiccup when one of the servers asked me if I wanted another drink to which I replied yes and the drink didn't come. It wasn't our waitress but one of the bus staff. It worked out fine though because I was pretty full from all of the food. I would recommend this restaurant.
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