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Apeldoorn, Gelderland, Netherlands
December 13, 2010
East Haven, Connecticut
October 26, 2005
Don’t get the wrong impression, you don’t have to live in a trailer park to enjoy this restaurant. While Logan’s offers a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere where it is all about fun, they also have a great menu consisting of U.S.D.A. choice steaks and the freshest chicken and seafood selections.
On the latest visit we took both of our kids, my father and his friend, plus my two cousins, their wives and their four kids. No matter how hard we tried explaining that you were suppose to eat the peanut inside the shell, the kids enjoyed smashing the entire thing on the table and throwing the mess all over the floor. Our waiter was from Boston and although he was a Red Sox fan, he did a great job keeping the thirteen of us happy.
We started the table off with a couple different appetizers. We had the Rockin’ Onion Petals, Fried Mozzarella Cheese Sticks and Hot Spinach & Artichoke Dip with Tortilla Chips and although there was not a dollar draft special, we did get 23oz. Beers at a special price. The waiter did such a great job at making sure everything flowed smoothly. I didn’t even notice when he cleared the appetizers to make room for the entrees and there was never a dry glass on the table.
When it came time for the entrees to be delivered, there was not one mistake. Each of the thirteen different meals was prepared to perfection and as equally delicious. I have to mention the fact that one of my favorite things at Logan’s is the sweet potato you can order as a side dish with your meal.
In conclusion, Logan’s is one of a few restaurants we visit on a regular basis that has never disappointed us. Each of our experiences has been tasty and memorable and we hope there are many more to come.
From journal Orlando Vacation 2005 at the Sheraton Vistana
by Richie the K
July 5, 2005
From journal A Week of Fun in Orlando, Florida
January 31, 2004
It looks just like the place in the Patrick Swayze movie, with lots of wooden rails and tin siding. The grill’s main claim to fame is you can have unlimited buckets of roasted peanuts and you’re allowed, actually encouraged, to toss the shells on the floor. This makes for a messy restaurant, but I don’t have to clean it up, so who cares?!
Our party of seven ordered many different menu selections from a roadhouse cheeseburger to an Asian grilled chicken salad. I had the French dip, which was delicious, but too big for me to eat it all (all the peanuts I ate before the meal didn’t help). Everyone enjoyed their meal and the waiter was accommodating, but he gave us our space. We sat there for over an hour after the meal just chatting and the wait staff didn’t seem to mind. If we had known what a dud Epcot was going to be, we would have stayed longer. The prices were pretty reasonable: $8 for a cheeseburger or French dip with your choice of fries, steamed veggies, or rice.
It’s a little out of the way if you’re staying in Orlando, but if your vacation base is Kissimmee, you should stop by.
From journal Christmas in Central Florida
September 17, 2003
From journal Orlando Getaway
Spartanburg, South Carolina
July 23, 2003
And then we ordered our food. My husband ordered a 20oz. porthouse and I ordered an 8oz. sirlion -- both well done. Well, about one hour later, our food arrived at our table. My husbands porterhouse was bleeding on the plate, literall,- and my sirloin was still very pink inside. So I asked our waitress if she could take my steak back and cook it a little longer. She said not a problem. My husband ate, and finished, and we waited and waited, and 45 minutes later, my "new" steak was brought out. Only, it really was a new steak and was not cooked any more than the first one. Now, I was not hungry by this point and told the waitress to just take it off the bill. She refused. It was only after we complained to the manager that we were able to get the mistake corrected.
I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone who is in Florida who wants good food and good service in less than two hours time.
From journal Orlando - Without Kids...
Brooklyn, New York
May 12, 2003
Logan's servers are top notch. They are friendly and accommodating. You don't feel rushed at all and they exercise patience with children.
My nephew was excited about his fifth birthday and upon hearing about his Disney adventures, the manager had our server surprise us with a Happy Birthday brownie sundae, very special indeed. Thank you Logan's.
From journal Vacation Village Indeed
March 17, 2003
From journal Week away without the kids
January 25, 2003
From journal Disney World Getaway