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Logan's Bar and Grill

EastCoastGurl | Jun 25, 201201:34 AM     9

Wandered in here last February during that Thursday when it was gorgeously warm and sunny. I was visiting a friend and wanted some local food for dinner and this place is part of a chain of restaurants which he had been to before, just not this location. Had a great beet salad as well as the crab cakes...both were apps on the menu. No attitude over that since some places make you order an entree during the dinner hours. My date had a chopped salad wih chicken breast and it was massive and satisfying. Sat at the bar since we did not want to wait for a table (it was packed) and the bar staff were a blast! Ordered a great bottle of red wine chosen with the recommendation of the highly opinionated bar staff and they didn't blink when I asked for ice cubes to chill my wine. Throughly enjoyed food and experience there. I'd go back in a Toronto minute.

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