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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 a great pre Buck County Playhouse theater meal at the Logan Inn on a Saturday night. Our server was terrific and the food was very tasty. Nice wine list as well. If you want a quiet table, ask for one on the outside -- the central and bar area can be rather noisy.
Stayed at the Inn over night. Had an early dinner there. Ordered oysters and an arugula salad. The salad was described as having pears, nuts and dried cranberries. Perhaps a 1/10 of a pear diced into pieces so small that I could not discern what I was eating. Ditto the two nuts and 4 cranberries. I ate a small portion of the greens (not sure they were arugula either). At least the waitress removed the charge from the bill.
Continental breakfast offered in the lobby. No OJ. No place to sit other than on the sofa and occasional chairs in the lobby; not conducive to eating at all. No place to put the dirty dishes.
Oh, and, btw, when we returned from the theater, the front door was locked. Fortunately, a guest heard us knocking and let us in. The manager walked away from me when I complained.
Nope, won't be returning.
I was there for Sunday brunch. I restaurant was very crowded and busy.
We were seated outside, on the rocks, the server was great, but the food delivery was very slow. Although we did not complain, the server apologized for the slow food delivery. He was very good.
When the bill came, the restaurant comped our drinks to compensate for the slow service.
They really tried to make it right.
The only negative is the parking fee of $10 for those using the restaurant. Really not a good idea.
The food and service where wonderful. Me and my husband ate on the patio. We had reservation for 3:45pm and we got there early and they sat us by 3:20pm. The food didn't take long to come out and the service and staff were great and friendly. We ate here before we were going to the Rocky Horror Picture Show and the Playhouse. They allowed us to keep the car there until after the show. I had the prime rib which was cook perfectly and was delicious, my husband had the crab cake which was also delicious. We will definitely eat there again.
My girlfriends and I came for Sunday brunch, we had a really nice experience. It felt fancy without being stuffy. We got to sit outside which was beautiful but got a little noisy with cars/motorcycles on the street. I thought the food was a bit overpriced for what we ordered but it was delicious as were the cocktails. Plus it was a nice occasion out with friends so it wasn't that big of a deal. Our waitress (I'm sorry I didn't get her name) was attentive and accommodating. We would definitely go back.
We went on a Saturday night when they had live music and sat out on the patio as the weather was very nice outside. The staff was friendly, but very slow. Food was so-so; for the price, you'd expect better food. The crab cakes tasted fishy, the waiter knew nothing about the oysters when we inquired, and we could tell the Ahi tuna wasn't exactly fresh caught. We're a bit food snobbish, but honestly, you're paying for location and ambiance. Their dishes are a good enough balance of imaginative and everyday favorites, it's the quality of the ingredients and the lack of training for the waitstaff that have us not eager to go back.
Sat outside and enjoyed a delicious brunch including French Toast, Scrambled Eggs, Eggs Benedict, and an Omelet. We also enjoyed Bellini and Manhattan Cocktails. Our server was excellent and extremely responsive especially to our inquiry's of the bartender and request to share items.
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