Logan Tavern
A contemporary, cozy neighborhood spot.
Reviewed By Emily Brown
Comments () | Published September 27, 2007
Happy Hour
Logan Tavern
Address: 1423 P St., NW, Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 202-332-3710
Neighborhood: Logan Circle, Downtown
Cuisines: Modern, American
Opening Hours: Open for lunch Monday through Friday noon to 5 PM. Open for dinner Sunday through Tuesday 5 to 10:30, Wednesday and Thursday 5 to 11, Friday and Saturday 5 to midnight. Open for brunch Saturday and Sunday 11 to 4.
Nearby Metro Stops: Dupont Circle
Price Range: Moderate
Dress: Informal
Noise Level: Chatty
Reservations: Not Accepted
Best Dishes Buffalo shrimp; macaroni and cheese with crab and shrimp; wasabi-crusted meatloaf; fried chicken with onion gravy; bread pudding sundae.
The Food: The roster of creative American fare includes Buffalo-style shrimp with hot sauce and blue cheese, wasabi-crusted meatloaf,  and an open-faced portabello-and-tofu burrito. Entrees like boneless fried chicken, roasted vegetable linguine, and filet mignon all come  with mixed greens and jicama salad with honey vinaigrette, while the hefty burger arrives with hand-cut fries. At lunch, there are grilled cheeses, shrimp po’ boys, and grilled salmon club sandwiches.

The Scene: Popular with residents of Logan Circle, the lantern-lit, rustic Logan Tavern celebrates its namesake neighborhood with large black and white photos of area scenes. Starting at happy hour, tables and bar stools are usually crowded. When there’s a wait, it’s usually fastest to grab one of the ten chairs at the planked communal table up front.
What’s Nearby: Logan Tavern is across from Whole Foods market, next to Halo nightclub, and around the corner from the Studio Theatre. Dupont Circle, with shopping and nightlife, is about four blocks west. The restaurant shares the block with a sister spot, Merkado.

Insider Tips: Half-price appetizers and drink specials are available at the bar Monday through Friday between 3 and 6:30 PM. A daily lunch special includes a soft drink, any sandwich or salad, and any starter or dessert for $16.
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