This is a fine dining establishment in a historical building. What sets the Log Cabin apart is it's location - the larger area surrounding Lancaster is mostly chain restaurants along the highways or small casual mom and pops (good luck finding them). This place is off the beaten trail but easy to find with good directions. Dress code seemed upscale, most men had jackets on. The host staff and coat check were very nice. The menu was interesting - I'd call it upscale American cuisine. Not all the dishes worked but all we ordered was worth a try. Portion size was appropriate and the prices were on the higher end for the area, but in line with a restaurant of this caliber in any large city. There are multiple rooms and the tables are spaced comfortably apart allowing easy conversation. My only critique is that the table service was professional, efficient but a bit stuffy, and I would have said the same thing if this restaurant had been located in NY or Chicago or Paris. That said I would return, I find the slight attitude sort of funny considering it's Lancaster, PA. We didn't have alcohol, but with a three course dinner it averaged maybe $50 to 60 a person plus tax and tip. They ask for no cell phones in the restaurant and I didn't see any out or in use the entire time I was there. The downside was I forgot to take photos of our special gathering.