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, they have a really great mussels appetizer. The tomato sauce makes it! If you need to plan a party here, contact Jason. He was really helpful in helping me plan a bachelorette party.
We had dinner with another couple on Sunday night at Nikolas Logan's Inn and selected the $35 fixed price menu which included appetizer, salad, entree and dessert. OMG, everything from fried brie and fruit and clams appetizer, salad and fish entrees and dessert options were out of this world. Wait staff service was superior to just about any place we've ever been to in Mercer County, let alone anywhere in Lambertville and New Hope. I highly recommend the place.
This restaurant is top-notch. I've eaten here numerous times and I always get a sumptuous meal and attentive service. They obviously use top-notch ingredients and everything I've eaten here as been exceptional. The ambiance and location are excellent, and the outdoor bar is always hopping in warm weather. I'd recommend the Logan Inn to anyone!
The service was excellent. We were greeted immediately and our server met us as well. Very prompt and polite. Good selection of beers and they have a number of Belgian beers. A big plus for me. The Kobe burger was excellent. A definite place to visit again.
Had reservations for Christmas Eve requesting a table by the window, arrived 5 min early and were seated immediately right by the giant outdoor Christmas tree and were told the light show would begin in a few minutes - this was a surprise! Service was impeccable, server was very knowledgable and made excellent recommendations. We had the 8oz. S. African cold water lobster tails topped with 8oz. of lump crab served with fresh steamed veggies and a mix of wild and white rice. We both agreed this was one of the best lobster meals we've ever eaten. Cocktails and appetizer (clams casino) were amazing. All food was cooked to perfection. Tables were not crowded together, atmosphere was warm and romantic. We can't wait to go back again soon!
Great food!. Was there with friends. It was my first trip to New Hope, Pennsylvania. It is such a nice, friendly little town. The Logan Inn has pleasant staff that really makes you feel welcomed. The bar is cosy and the live music is pretty nice. The dining area is well decorated and spacious. The tables are not too close to each other so you do have a good space and privacy. Once seated at the table, you can still hear a little music from the bar which I find very pleasing as their music choice is soothing. We were able to try a lot of dishes on the menu and they were all delicious and came in good portion. I recommend their whole fish dishes. The dishes came with vegetables and a good portion of rice, a very healthy choice for anyone who’s health conscious. I also liked their desserts, which were also very good and not too sweet. I’d recommend you have them with their nice coffee or tea. Overall, I had great time and the Logan Inn is a place you should definitely visit while you are in New Hope or just passing by. You will leave with a happy smile on your face.
A great little hotel, bar and restaurant. The Logan Inn has it all: great atmosphere, good food and friendly service. I would definitely go back.
awesome atmosphere inside and outside. Heat lamps burn throughout the colder months, allowing this nearly year round establishment have guests outside for drinks into the evening hours. The inside is a very old, historic inn that's supposed to be haunted... The food is excellent and the menu changes frequently to allow for a sampling of something new every time you visit!
Bucks County's oldest continuously run inn blends old-fashioned architecture with modern-day amenities..
Established as a tavern by New Hope founder John Wells in 1722, the inn is now on the National Register of Historic Places. The inn's current owners did an extensive renovation that preserves the original craftsmanship and artistry of the building, and adds modern amenities. The inn has 16 guest rooms, each furnished with colonial period antiques. Dine in the Colonial Room or in the glass-enclosed Garden Dining Room.
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