Stepping off the busy streets of downtown New Hope and into the Logan Inn, with its colonial, glass-enclosed porches and cozy, fireplace lit dining rooms, is like going back in time to the historic 1700's. Family owned and operated, the inn was originally established in 1771 and is one of the five oldest continuously run inns in Bucks County.
The Gialias family took over the establishment three years ago, expanding their family restaurant business, which also includes the Clinton House in Clinton, NJ. Pete Gialias's lifelong career as a chef started in his teens in his homeland of Greece and continued as a restaurateur here in the United States.
Pete, with his wife Mary Ann and their son Nick, the head manager, works every day with their many long-time staff members to ensure hands-on service and familiarity with the guests. "We focus on the old school classic approach toward food with high quality products, simply prepared, using the utmost detail to accentuate the great taste of food, rather than overpower it," says Nick. "There is elegance in simplicity and our customers appreciate unpretentious fine dining."