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Logan Village Hotel, LOGAN VILLAGE, QLD

Logan Village Hotel
135 ALBERT STREET
4207
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Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (19 votes)
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+61 7 5546 3866
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07 5546 8184
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About Logan Village Hotel: 

Logan Village's number one stop for a fabulous steak, a child friendly occasion, weekly entertainment including karaoke, trivia and live bands and not to mention the best customer service south of the city!

Here at The Logan Village Hotel we will ensure your visit is the most memorable and enjoyable as possible.
Offering everything a good Aussie pub should, the hotel has plenty of cold beer, great home-style food at unbeatable prices, friendly staff, gaming machines, TAB and a lovely outdoor area perfect for mingling with friends and family.

Located on Albert Street in Logan Village, this quaint little country style pub is favored by locals as the top watering hole and quality dining venue.

We also cater for small private functions so please feel free give us a call or simply drop by.

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Grouse (not verified)

Hey Logan, this is Hornsby NSW calling. You guys are bogans. Go the Blues!!!

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Anonymous (not verified)

dont buy the fish meal as it like eating leather ,the toughest peace of flake i have ever eaten

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Anonymous (not verified)

great place loved it. Staff friendly and very pleasant have no idea where some of ur reviews have come from for a COUNTRY pub it was bloody great!!!!!!! will definitely be back and with my kids great job guys!!!!

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thirsty (not verified)

stopped in after a long trip for an icy VB.
DISAPOINTED!!
Australias most popular beer is only sold in stubbies(WARM) and service (if you can get it) is ordinary.
For a "country pub" it rates in my opinion fairly poor.
You would think that it was owned by a multinational for all the care they offer customers.
Should have stopped in Beaudesert

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Anonymous (not verified)

Great Roast on a Sunday Night, Cheap Prices, Large Plates of food...

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