Logan is a city in Hocking County, Ohio, United States. The population was 7,152 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Hocking County. Logan is located in southeast Ohio, on the Hocking River 48 miles southeast of Columbus. The current mayor of Logan is Republican Greg Fraunfelter, who began a four-year term in January 2016.
Things to do in Logan
4.5 based on 226 reviews
This spot serves really good pizza. Pepperoni lovers in the family like the small, spicy pepperoni....and veggie lovers are delighted with the fresh, piled high, amounts of vegetables. One of the best veggie pizzas, ever. We often get them to go, because they warm up so well. The salads are not impressive. Out of the bag flavor and so so dressing choices. They have a nice selection of beer and serve on Sunday.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Penny's has my most favorite donut in the entire world!!!! I'll settle for just about any donut but she has my favorite! I don't even know what you call it: shape of a long john, dusted with powdered sugar outside and a massive, absolutely dreamy perfection of icing down the middle, melt in your mouth donut! But .... I have made a trip to the bakery 3 times: no donuts!!! I've gone once on a Saturday morning at 10am; another Saturday at 8am and a random mid-afternoon. And nothing. Not a donut in the place let alone the piece of heaven I came for. What time does one have to get there to get a donut? And why be open until a certain time of day if there isn't going to be a single bit of pastry in the place to even buy? I don't live in Logan so why have I drove up here 3 different days/times to constantly be let down?! So sad. Additionally I'll say that, when you Google this place, a search is found but when you click the "website" link, it's for a Penny's in Chicago?? Not good. I give this a 4 star because these are the best donuts you'll ever taste - IF you get to taste one. Oh and ps... I have asked each time when I'm there, how to acquire a donut and I literally get told "yea we run out fast" with no suggestion on when to get there, how to order or secure a donut in the future or why they're even "open" if there's nothing to buy. Not even a cookie. Such a disappointment! I eat a lot of donuts and would give a lot of business!
4 based on 546 reviews
Located in the scenic Hocking Hills just off the SR 664 exit of U.S. 33, we offer Amish-inspired meals, daily buffet and desserts, all reasonably priced in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere. We offer banquet rooms (for up to 300) for special events, such as wedding receptions. There's also take-out and catering services. We host a weekly historical society flea market outside (May through October). A new feature is "Music at the Dutch" in which we provide live music from a variety of genres. Our gift shop has a wide range of merchandise and there's a petting zoo just outside. You'll find us in Rempel's Grove by Baymont Inn & Suites, Hocking Hills Canoe Livery, 18-hole miniature golf, antique mall, glass factory outlet, bulk food and deli store and ice cream shop. Walmart and other shops are across the road; from the welcome center we're just 0.5 miles away. We have parking for buses and RVs.
Every Monday, all day long, you can get carry-out for 1/2 price!! Normally it's $4.99/lb, but on Mondays you pay just $2.50/lb! You just go in, get a styrofoam container (or 2 or 3), fill them with whatever you'd like from the buffet including soup and dessert, and have it weighed. This has become our standard Monday night dinner! Our favorite is their broasted chicken and their brussel sprouts. Yum!!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Enjoy a cold treat after a day of hiking the Hocking Hills on our beautiful patio, or in the comfortable air conditioning!
Frozen yogurt which is too pricy to take a group of grandkids to. The yogurt is good but by time you add the goodies, which all kids like you have a 6.00 yogurt at least.
4.5 based on 280 reviews
Fine dining experience in the Hocking Hills of southeastern Ohio. Located on the Inn property in its original 1840′s log cabins, the Inn restaurant seats 45 people in the two log cabins and features a large, seasonal outdoor dining area. Full Country Breakfast is included with any overnight stay. Lunch is available to the public 11:30am-1:30pm. Offerings include a variety of homemade soups, salads and sandwiches as well as ‘to go’ brown bag lunches. Three course fine dining is available by reservation. Dinner guests may arrive one-half hour prior to dinner to enjoy an early glass of wine or a mug of cold beer while chatting in the tavern with other guests Sunday through Saturday.
So this is really convenient if you are hiking over at Cedar Falls. Parking is across the street, and there is not enough of it. Menu limited to a few sandwich selections, with soup and salad options. Nothing too exciting. I got the grilled cheese that was good, but cheese was substantially unmelted in the middle. The soup of the day was awful. It was tomato coconut, but it tasted like tomato water, with grated ginger. It at least could have been strained, to help the gritty texture. The cabin it is in is super cute though, and they have outdoor tables, which is nice. Oddly enough you have to pay in the gift shop, which also handles hotel and spa guests. We waited a good 10 minutes before we even got to the desk agent- poor design.
4 based on 62 reviews
Extremely poor customer service. Inquired about ice cream possibilities for my daughter with a life threatening peanut allergy. Staff acted extremely put out by my questions and told me that I was "being too complicated". I recommend not giving your business to this establishment and instead supporting another similar local business that is more respectful to customers.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Restaurant was clean and quiet. It was a weeknight during the off-season. Service was good. Food was average. I had the BBQ combo with brisket and ribs. My wife had grilled shrimp. It was nice to not have to cook for the evening but would likely try another restaurant next time in Hocking Hills.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Heading out of Logan, Ohio, we came upon a "Dairy Queen." We decided to get their $5.00 lunch special. This special included a bacon, cheeseburger with French fries, a sundae, and soft drink. We decided to dine in and to get this lunch special. We were glad that we did. It was delicious. The atmosphere was very pleasant. The dining area was neat and clean. Everyone was very friendly.
4.5 based on 128 reviews
Went for breakfast with our dog. Sat outside on a lovely sunny morning. Waitresses were friendly, owner/chef came out personally to give us the specials and accommodate four individual tastes. Two had breakfast and two had lunch and each meal was amazing. Loved it!
4 based on 22 reviews
Casual dining with good country cooking, where visitors are welcome and locals are expected
I really wanted to be excited about this place. I love small diners. The food was just alright. Went for breakfast. Service was good. Got eggs, bacon toast and potato patty. Eggs were cooked as ordered and potato patty was excellent. The place was cute and the price was right. The only reason not giving a better review was that food was underdone. I also ordered biscuits and gravy that were really disgusting. My daughters waffle and hashbrowns were a little underdone but not terrible. So my rating is just ok.
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