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The Log Inn

Officially recognized as the oldest restaurant in Indiana. the Log Inn was built in 1825 and has been in continuous business since. In 1999, The Log Inn was recognized by the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns as being at the top of the list of Indiana's Favorite Hometown Restaurants. Once a stop on the stage coach route between Evansville and Vincennes, the Log Inn was visited by Abraham Lincoln in 1844 on his way home from a campaign tour in Evansville. Oil paintings, antiques, and original relics of this early period are displayed throughout the restaurant. Located one mile east of US Hwy 41 on Old State Road in Warrenton, today the Log Inn is widely known for its rustic charm and family-style dinners.

Driving Directions: From I-64, take US Hwy 41 North to first stoplight and turn right. Located one mile east of U.S. Hwy 41 in Warrenton, IN at the intersection of County Road 1250 South and County Road 200 East. Address: RR #2, Warrenton, Indiana

Driving Directions:
From I-64, take US Hwy 41 North to first stoplight and turn right. Located one mile east of U.S. Hwy 41 in Warrenton, IN at the intersection of County Road 1250 South and County Road 200 East.

  • Address:
    12491 S 200 E
    Haubstadt, IN 7639
  • Phone: (812) 867-3216
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