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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
We had another wonderful evening at the Logan Inn. Food was perfect, the weather couldn't have been nicer and the staff was attentive. I would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a good meal and wanting to take advantage of the great weather we've been having!
Outdoor table in center of New Hope. Great people watching. Food was excellent. We all ordered something different. I had the lamb chops which were fantastic. The veggie/potatoes side was mediocre. I would have preferred some rice and something green like broccoli or Brussels sprouts. Fish was good as were the pork tacos. My youngest had the sliders and polished them off easily. Good size portions friendly service. Being on the main drag it does get loud with all the motorcycles. That's New Hope.
The Logan Inn was wonderful. We ate outside. It was a beautiful night. Out waitress was very knowledgeable when asked about the menu. She was very attentive. The food was great. The apple cobbler was great but they ran out of vanilla ice cream (that was a little puzzling). I suggest everyone tries this restaurant.
Pretending to be an upscale restaurant serving $20 glasses of wine, while serving fish strips in a Friendlys type child's meal container. No plates, no water refills and apparently no regrets. Even after stating our disappointment to our server, no one bothered to address it. Don't fall for the pretentious facade.
The food was average, our waitress was very patient.
We ordered the calamari, it was tender but very greasy. They should have applied paper towels in the kitchen.
The veggie burger was good but the mahi sandwich dry with stale bun.
Pleasant outside seating in Summit.
I have never written such a poor review before, but here it is. There were six of us for lunch. Three people got different versions of the mussels. They were tiny, and the toast that was served for dipping was soggy and not well toasted as it should have been. Two people got the shaved roast beef sandwich with dip. There was a lot of roll, a meager amount of meat, and a tasteless gravy for dipping along with only 3!! supposed french fries that were poor in quality as well. One person got the hamburger which was mediocre. Needless to say, we will never return. Since it's been taken over by a corporation, it's slid decidedly downhill.
Came for lunch on a Sunday. We sat outside and then the hostess said they are only serving dinner menu. Thought it was a bit early, since it was 2:45. The prices were high. Cheapest beer was $7.00. Over priced. Food was just average. We ordered a side of Mac n cheese and it was bland . Sent it back. The burger didn't have enough flavor and was $18.00. It's a better place to just sit at bar and people watch.
Met a friend here for lunch. I ordered the roasted beet salad. It arrived on the plate with a cup a roasted beet chunks, a scant tablespoon of goat cheese crumbs, a cup of salad mix and 4 small pieces of shaved fennel. All this for $ 15 ! Ridiculous! Glad we asked for a basket of bread ! Very disappointing!
Excellent service. Food was tasty with good portions. Very varied menu with a lot of choices. Menu on open table listed Sunday brunch as being served until 4 but it was unavailable at the time of our 3 o clock reservation. Small disappointment as the dinner menu had plenty to choose from. We enjoyed two types of mussels. Burgers were on a nice brioche bun served with very good steak fries. Beet salad was loaded with several types of beets. My husband loved the grilled salmon and I had very nice pulled pork tacos. My daughter loved her skirt steak.
Very good all around, but slightly pricey. Patio is great and it looked the the inside was great for private parties. This place has a lot of character and ambiance - very lively with the music coming from the patio bar area, but not overbearing. It was a Friday and with our late dinner reservation, we were able to also catch the weekly fireworks right from our table!!
Probably the most disappointing dining experience I've had in a long time. I have had many people recommend the Logan Inn to me and it was a beyond disappointing experience. My food came out cold, we waited 30 minutes just for our raw appetizer to come out, and our neighboring guests were complaining about their food as well. I'm really not sure how the Logan Inn has been able to maintain a decent ranking. I definitely would not recommend this restaurant.
Very disappointing sums it up. One of my favorite restaurants is The Ryland Inn so I assumed with the Logan Inn being part of the family that it would be on the same level. NOT EVEN CLOSE! The wild boar short ribs we had for appetizer for all fat and barely warm. I got the crab cake entrée for dinner. That consisted of one crab cake for $29. A crab cake that was mostly filler instead of lump crab meat. Right next door sits Marsha Browns where you get TWO pure lump crab cakes for $28. My husband ordered a medium burger with bacon. It came out well-done without bacon. It was dry and not very good. I rarely write reviews on Open Table but writing this one was warranted. I had read very mixed reviews on the Logan Inn but wanted to try it for myself being that I adore The Ryland Inn. This place should not even be in the same category as The Ryland Inn, and The Ryland Inn should consider separating themselves from the Logan Inn. The Ryland Inn is exceptional! Two completely different sets of food and service standards. The Logan Inn is overpriced with sub-par food. Don't waste your money or a dinner out here.
We used to frequent the Logan inn several years ago. Came back for a date night and was disappointed with the service and the food. Waters were not refilled on a warm evening. My soup was cold taken back and then served so hot I couldn't eat it. Meals were okay, really nothing special. We had the salmon and the tuna dishes.
So disappointed because Logan inn was one of our favorite places in New Hope
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