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Went to watch a basketball game and have lunch. My wife had the Santa Fe salad and I had the fish tacos. Both were great and went well with a couple of Spotted Cows. My team got hammered, but the place and service was great.
A well visited mainstay by UW Stout, the Logjam is a well staffed roomy pub with a garden in back, and 23 beers on tap. In fact, down a 23 ounce tapper of all 23 beers, and you'll earn a t-shirt. Friendly staff. Handy location....More
Great bar, with beautiful waitresses, mean whiskey and Bloody Marie's, and a lot of old timer liars sitting at the bar...!
You just gotta love them!
Say hi to Professor Doug, and give him a red label on the rocks!
This is the second time we visited Log Jam. Hard to beat the great attentive service right from the start. The specials on the menu are fantastic. I tried the French onion grilled cheese with Au jus dip. Oh my gosh, so good! My husband...More
Certain nights have deals on food and drinks, their beer tour is dozens of beers long, and the patio out back is gorgeous! For a quieter atmosphere, go for lunch, or dinner on a non-weekend night. I've been here a few times and have had...More
Our family of four visited this restaurant on a Saturday evening around 5:30. It was busy but not packed and we were seated right away. Two of us had the French dip with fries. The beef was tender and fries were hot. Our group also...More
My fiancé and I went on karaoke night and we got a couple of drinks and some wings, the drinks were pretty good, (at least my raspberry long island ice tea was) the wings were a little spicy, but good. The music was a lot...More
Excellent bar food with an edge... there's a great staple menu, but great specials that often surprise. If you're looking for something different for breakfast, check them out on a weekend! Fantastic with many locally sourced items.