Fall Festivities from Logan Inn: Cocktails, Dishes, & Events!


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Fall Festivities from Logan Inn: Cocktails, Dishes, & Events!

by Melanie Stauble


The Logan Inn – the oldest continuously running inn founded since 1727 – is spicing things up this fall with a new menu, specialty cocktails and exciting events. In May, the Landmark Hospitality Group took over the Logan Inn and added fire-pits on the patio, renovated the inside bar and changed the menu which contains new items each season.


unnamed-8At the Logan Inn you will find a mix of New American foods from seafood and steaks to chicken dishes, salads and burgers, an array of classic foods prepared in a high-class matter. As the weather is getting colder, the Logan Inn is excited to add a few new options to their menu for the fall. One of their most popular additions are the short ribs which are almost as popular as the pan-seared octopus which is ordered the most frequently. In addition, guests will enjoy hot and fresh lobster mac-and-cheese and the all-year-round favorite, mussels will remain a staple on the menu. In addition to the new menu, every Saturday night will bring the addition of Prime Rib, a classic dish that has keeps guests coming back for more.


Logan Inn’s award winning mixologist, Jonas, is excited to start stirring up some new cocktails with Fall flavors. The ‘Legends of the Fall’ cocktail will combine bourbon amaretto, Mathilda’s Peach Apple Cider with a splash of lemon, a great option to pair with any of the new fall menu items. A sweeter drink to order after a nice dinner would be the East vs. West. The new cocktail features Bachata, Yummy Berry, Mint, Lime and Chocolate Bitters, a flavorful way to round out your experience at Logan Inn.

In addition to the new cocktails and menu items offered, there will be a few events going on this Fall. As they approach the last few weeks of patio dining and drinks, Logan Inn will be hosting a continuous ‘Kick the Keg’ event. Guests can purchase a keg card for $15 which will get them two draft beers and then half off any of the drafts at the outside bar until the keg is kicked and the bar moves inside for the winter.unnamed-12

On Thursday, November 19, Logan Inn is proud and excited to host their first ever Laugh with Pride event. This LGBT comedy night will be headlined by Julia Scotti, a trans comedian, followed by four other local Philadelphia comedians. The tickets are $15 with a 2 drink minimum. The staff at Logan Inn is excited for the New Hope Community to come in and check out the improved restaurant as well as try some new menu items.

Rounding out Bucks County’s festive fall season, Logan Inn will serve up a good ol’ fashion Thanksgiving! Why worry about cooking when you can enjoy a homemade three-course meal at the beautiful Logan Inn? For $49, guests receive a soup or salad, an entrée (choice between turkey, ham, and stuffed flounder), and a decadent dessert. This menu will be the only menu served on Thanksgiving during the Inn’s open hours 12pm-8pm. Reservations are highly recommended.

Like Logan Inn on Facebook for more information about new menu items and upcoming events. Be sure to stop in this Fall to try all of the new food and drinks!


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