We celebrated my in-law's 50th Wedding Anniversary at Nikolas at the Logan Inn. We were forced to reschedule this small family event just 5 days before the anniversary, because another New Hope restaurant was impossible to work with because they were "so busy". Using the good reviews at TripAdvisor to guide us, we took a leap of "faith" and took our business elsewhere. We were so glad we did! The staff at Nikolas made their first contact with us at 9 PM, the same evening I called, and everything went smoothly from there. We were seated in a beautiful location on the patio, which you would think would be iffy, even for a clear October night. But the heaters, twinkle lights and beautiful potted plants created a comfortable atmosphere that worked well for all ages. The staff was very attentive through the entire event. We choose the 4 course $55, prix fixe menu and everyone enjoyed the meals they chose. From apps to entrees, there were delighted remarks from everyone. The portions were generous, attractive and delicious. My mother-in-law really enjoyed the whole cooked fish of the day.
The restaurant does not provide special occasion cakes and we needed to order from their partner bakery in New Jersey. The bakery delivered the cake, which was convenient, but I was still very nervous to purchase from an unknown bakery when my local bakery is reliable. But the cake was lovely and an excellent value. I thought the chocolate cake was dry, but the fresh, light and not-so sweet buttercream icing made up for that. However, truthfully, I was out voted with my opinion of the cake. Everyone seemed to think it was just fine.
As you can tell, we enjoyed our evening and are so very grateful to the staff at Nikolas for their attentiveness and hospitality on our special night!
Just an FYI since we were caught off guard...the cost to park in the lot adjacent to the Logan Inn is steep. If you can't find parking on the street, the lot, depending on the time of the evening, will cost between $10 and $20 dollars. It is not associated with the Inn or surrounding businesses, but it is a reflection of the evening parking situation in New Hope. Just be prepared.
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