Kneaders Bakery & Cafe

1675 N Main St
North Logan, 84341
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Great local chain. Husband and I both love the chunky cinnamon French toast. The caramel syrup, thick whipped cream, and strawberries it's served with really make it a treat. Fresh-squeezed orange juice is great, and they have steamers for the cold weather! Yay!
Hot dang, Kneaders is awesome. I rarely give out 5 stars, but honestly, it's such a tasty bakery that satisfies any type of craving you could have. I always try to branch out of my comfort zone and try the different soups and desserts--I've tried the chicken noodle soup and the chocolate domes before, which were great--but I always seem to return to a good old fashioned chicken salad sandwich and cream cheese brownie. Seriously, I'm fairly certain both come straight from heaven. This Kneaders is always packed with people, especially college students. So the wait is always a little long, but it's worth it. It's also in a good location, but be sure not to miss the turn into the parking lot, it can sneak up on you rather quickly. TIPS & TRICKS: * DO NOT forget to try the free samples at the cash register. They usually have free slices of bread or bits of dessert to try, do not--I repeat for the third time--DO NOT leave the counter without tasting the tid bits. * If you are wanting a warm beverage, try the raspberry vanilla steamer, it's a definite winner. * $5 Unlimited French Toast on Saturday mornings. If you can handle a second serving, that is. But even if you can't, one slice is worth the five dollars you pay.
For all that this location is identical to most others in Utah, Kneaders definitely has the best dessert selection in Logan. Love their pies, tarts, brownies, cookies, etc. They even make a really delicious double chocolate frozen coffee drink that I LOVE (though they hold the espresso by default. Make sure to ask for it!) The raspberry cream pie is far and away my favorite. I'm sure the french toast is every bit as good as it is at other Kneaders locations around Utah, but my current goal is to make it in for lunch or dinner to try their soup! There is always a broad selection listed, and it all sounds awesome. Kneaders always has a fun assortment of jewelry and holiday decor near the front of the restaurant that's interesting to check out while you wait for your order. The basket making section is super cool, too, and would be a great place to go to assemble a present. I am so happy that Logan has been blessed with a Kneaders! I'd be totally lost without it. :)

(435) 245-8810

Sandwiches, Bakeries, Cafes

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Shaffer House Bakeries

2129 N Main St
North Logan, 84341
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This is an awesome little bakery! Everytime I come to Logan, I crave these donuts and have to stop in and grab a few for the road! Their maple donuts are the bomb! Instead of just a maple glaze, they have a buttery melt-in-your-mouth quality maple topping of some sort! In addition, they usually have maple donuts filled with strawberry cream! DELICIOUS! I only come here for the donuts, so I cannot speak for the rest of their offerings. However, the donuts are well worth the trip here!
Poor service here. Don't order special occasion cakes here unless you want to be disappointed . I could have gotten a cake just as special at SAMs or a grocery store in less time and they would have done what was asked.
Their bakery items are very good; but two out of three times I visit, they are out of what I want. You better go early or forget it. I drive about 25 minutes to get here and it is so disappointing when they don't have what I want.

(435) 752-0929

Bakeries, Donuts, Desserts

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Logan Steakhouse

2427 N Main St
North Logan, 84341
Reviews:
It's ballsy to open a steakhouse in the same location as a previously failed steakhouse. We had reservations for 5:00 pm on a Saturday and somehow ended up waiting when we arrived. The atmosphere was nice. A good temperature, not too much lighting but for how sparse it was for dinner time on a weekend, the music definitely needed to be louder. There is nothing worse than feeling like you're listening to the conversation of the table next to you. Also, the silverware was not polished. Surprising seeing that members of the wait staff were just standing around. Our waitress.... Bless her heart. Maybe it was her first day, maybe not, but she needed some training. She was sloppy with the water pitcher and constantly had to run back to the kitchen while were ordering, when she was serving our food, and she even walked away in the middle of serving our desserts. The food was good. I can tell that there has been lots of thought put into the menu not only in design but as well as flavor is concerned. We started off with salads that were 5 stars. They were delicate and plated nicely. That being said, when our main course arrived our food lacked a certain finesse that the overall atmosphere imparted. I had the citrus chicken that was served on massive pieces of broccoli. My husbands baked potato would have been a million times better rubbed with a bit of olive oil and sea salt served with some chives. The garnish on most of our plates was wilty from the heat lamps. All details, yes. But very important if you want people to pay $30 a plate... And expect them to return. We did receive free dessert for ordering entrees, and it was delicious. In my opinion this would be a great signature deal to attract more customers, seeing that by the time we left (7:00 pm) the dining room was practically empty. I write in hopes that the owner would be able to make some small changes that could lead to an overall better dining experience for their customers. Logan wants and needs a good successful steakhouse, and with a few minor tweaks I would have been more than satisfied with my meal at Logan Steakhouse!!
Waitress, Janie, so nice and tried to work around restaurant's short comings. Manager had crossed arms and no empathy for $36 t - bone that was refrigerator cold in middle. Only offer was to take back the fat gobbuled steak for additional cooking which may have been done in a microwave. Still cold steak, and so was the manager. It didn't matter that we left the whole thing behind - no financial accommodations for our unhappiness - altho half price would be a hollow gesture when 95% of steak left behind. No wonder the place is 1/2 empty on a Saturday - oh, and they ran out of prime rib before 7:30 - our first entrée choice.
Decided to try out the new restaurant in town. Generally a new place is hard to get in to for a few months. That's not the case this time. It was easy to get in and not crowded at all. The food was good, but nothing to brag about. The best part of my meal was the steak. It was cooked perfectly and was just the right size. The lobster bisque could've been better. It wasn't bad, just not what I had hoped for. Overall I'd recommend this place for an occasional visit, just not a regular one.

(435) 752-0647

Wine Bars, American (New), Steakhouses

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Black Pearl


North Logan, 84341
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Andy’s Restaurant

2095 N Main St
North Logan, 84341
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(435) 755-7061

Burgers

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