Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Tori's Travels: A Tasty Trip to Log Cabin Grill and Market

Written by Tori Ward, CVB Marketing/PR Assistant

Hey y'all! This is my second week traveling around Ruston, La. and I have a spotlight on a great, local restaurant for you. My first meal in Ruston was at Log Cabin Grill and Market, which I mentioned briefly in my last post, and it was an experience that I will be definitely be reliving in the near future. Check out the recap of my visit below! 

Log Cabin Grill and Market | 906 Farmerville Hwy. Ruston, LA 71270


Atmosphere: The atmosphere of Log Cabin lives up to its name. With wood walls, accents of tin and d├ęcor consisting of mounted ducks, deer heads, and rustic farm tools, you’re sure to feel like you’re dining in a woodsy cabin. Log Cabin has a great family atmosphere and quick, friendly service.

Menu at a glance: Log Cabin is known for its classic home-cooked meals, but has an incredibly diverse menu. You can find Cajun dishes and Tex-Mex favorites, along with mouth-watering burgers, salads, sandwiches and grilled entrees. Locals love the BBQ dip and chips and the chicken-fried steak!

Log Cabin's signature BBQ Dip

Manager’s pick: The BBQ nachos, spinach and artichoke dip and anything off the grill all come highly recommended by Log Cabin’s manager.

A little something extra: Aside from being a restaurant, Log Cabin also has a great market inside! They have a wide selection of specialty meats, sauces and spices that you can purchase, as well as take-home entrees that are convenient and ready to go.




Tori tasted: I had the BBQ dip and chips as an appetizer, and it did not disappoint! The chopped beef was super tender and the layers of cheese, beans and bacon made for a perfect combination. I followed it up with the jumbo butterfly shrimp accompanied by Cajun roasted potatoes and a Caesar salad. The shrimp were grilled to perfection and covered in a BBQ sauce that I would happily drink through a straw. The Cajun roasted potatoes had just enough spice and were covered in bacon, cheese and sour cream, which will always rank high with me. Overall, the food was truly delicious! 

Jumbo Butterfly Shrimp with Cajun Roasted Potatoes 
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