Interesting restaurant in a historic (or at least old) home. Food was tasty, but overpriced for the portion size. Come for the food, stay for the gift shops.
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Stopped in this old restaurant had a great review. Food was good green beans leave a lot to desired. Way under cooked they had cheap steak sauce. Steak was great ribeye. Was cooked to perfection. Service was a plus. Old building built in the 1800's...More
Took my wife and 2 girls at home to this historic restaurant on our way to Georgia. We were staying about 10 miles away that night. Had a fascinating meal. My wife, especially, enjoyed the ambience.
I have mixed feelings about this restaurant, and am not sure why. I think it's because we and one other couple were the only people in our dining room, which made for a rather odd and lonely seeming experience. Plus, I don't really get excited...More
Like sitting in Abe Lincolns dining room. Old log house, firplace burning, small rooms with tables. Great service and great food and at a reasonable price.
Service was fine but we found the food a bit disappointing. The steak was under cooked and not very tender. Neither side dish was worth eating. The place itself is interesting to see and has an interesting historical ambience. One awful thing is the owner...More
To preface this review, we did not really eat anything tonight so I cannot truly comment on the food but will admit this was not the same restaurant we visited two years ago and wrote a very complimentary review at that time. Staying overnight in...More
We enjoyed the meal we had at The Log House1776 Restaurant . Especially the stuffed squash . The service was excellent
This restaurant was recommended by the Hampton Inn Wytheville, VA. One always wonders if there is a deal going on with recommendations like this. If there was a deal in this case, it doesn't matter. We had an excellent meal and excellent service. They make...More