Call For Reservations Or Take Out Orders(518) 798-1155
Open Daily 11:30am - 9pm
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Shrimp n’ Bacon

FAQ’s About The Log Jam Restaurant

What CREDIT CARDS do you accept?

MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, and Diners Club.

What are your HOURS?

Our hours change with the seasons, so please check here or call for times – 518-798-1155.

Currently we serve LUNCH And DINNER items all day from 11:30-9:00!

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve (Dinner) and Christmas Day

Do you accept RESERVATIONS?

YES, reservations are not only accepted, they’re HONORED.

Are there rooms available for PRIVATE PARTIES?

Yes, we can accommodate private cocktail, luncheon, or dinner parties of 30 to 65 people. We take as much pride in hosting your corporate event, business meeting, as we do preparing a romantic dinner for two.

For more information contact: Tony Grecco or Michelle Rahl at 518-798-1155.

Where are you located?

Address:
1484 St Rt 9, Lake George NY , 12845

Directions:
Routes 9 & 149, Lake George, NY,
I-87 (Northway) Exit 20, 1/2 mile north on Route 9.

How many OTHER Log Jam Restaurants are there?

There is only one Log Jam, but we have several sister businesses located between Albany and Plattsburgh: Butcher Block, Mangia, Creo, and Bountiful Bread.

Check out their websites:
butcherblockrestaurant.com
bountifulbreadalbany.com

Is there a DRESS CODE?

There’s “No Tuxedo” required here! Our atmosphere is casual, but our service is top shelf. Our goal is to make you feel comfortable whether you’re wearing a three-piece suit or your favorite pair of jeans.

Are you WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?

Yes! Our front entrance has an easy access ramp and our restrooms are also designed to accommodate wheelchairs.

Do you have a COCKTAIL LOUNGE?

Yes and our customers tell us it’s one of the coziest they’ve had the pleasure of relaxing in. Between our Lunch and Dinner hours our salad bar is available.

Where’s the MEN’S ROOM?

This question is not a joke! Our Men’s Room was moved so we could enlarge the Ladies Room and perhaps it’s not quite as visible as before. The answer to the question is:
“Follow the Bear Feet on the Floor”