Our Motel clerk gave us good advice by suggesting The Log House for our dinner. Service was slow but well worth it. We had the Beef Stew, Orange Chicken and Mango Chicken and it was very ovious they were made from scratch. The decor in...More
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Went for dinner upon recommendation by desk clerk at our hotel. The place was busy but their service was very efficient so did not wait long to be served. The biggest attraction was that the business is located in an old historic log house with...More
We visited this restaurant based on the rating on this site. We had the Log House Pork Tenderloinfor $17.99 and the Chicken Marengo for $17.99. The pork tenderloin was tasty; however, the chicken marengo was burnt. All you could taste was burnt. The sides were...More
we have stopped here 2 times in our travels and every time the food is good and the place is always amazing.The staff is nice and friendly.
After reading the great reviews I couldn't wait to try this restaurant. We were there right at 4pm. We were seated in a room with a fireplace and kerosene lamps are centered on each table. It was dark and had a creepy feeling. Yes it...More
The restaurant is an Eclectic mix of antique Furnishings Tastefully arranged in a log cabin. I had the Confederate stew which was delicious. I ordered two sides, the squash and the broccoli with mustard sauce. Both were great. My wife had the stuffed chicken with...More
Driving through town we found this amazing restaurant. Service was great and timely. Interesting to roam the restaurant with gardens, unique decor and furniture, gift shops and antiques. Food was also excellent. We recommend grape and cheese app, burgers, vegetarian sandwich and sunshine sandwich. Diverse...More