Sept. 6, 2012
-- The Logan Inn, the oldest continuously run inn in Bucks County, PA and recently voted as one of the best restaurants in Bucks County, for brunch, lunch, prime rib, and more, has just announced a special event for the evening of September 22nd featuring pianist Glenn McClelland. Mr. McClelland will appear for a special evening at the piano, alongside a sax player, outside on the deck at Main Street Bistro at the Logan Inn from 7 to 10 pm.
Relax at one of the most upscale and romantic restaurants Bucks County, PA has to offer while listening to Mr. McClelland on the piano. Best known as the keyboardist for the band Ween, which was an American experimental rock band formed back in 1984 in New Hope, PA, McClelland started playing professionally at age 16 in a piano bar. In 1987, McClelland joined forces with the band Blood Sweat and Tears where he remained until joining Ween in 1995. With Ween, McClelland has done 3 world tours and recorded 5 albums. In 2006, he returned to Blood Sweat and Tears, with whom he currently plays.
New Hope, PA has always been a place to find the best gourmet restaurants in Bucks County, PA. When it comes to music and the performing arts in general, they are more alive and progressive in New Hope than in most cities, five, even ten times its size. New Hope and the Logan Inn is an easy trip from New York, Philadelphia, and most parts of New Jersey, and one should not want to miss having a delicious dinner while listening to renowned pianist Glenn McClelland on the evening of September 22nd.
To make conference or lodging reservations call 215-862-2300, and for dining a person can give them a call or use the new online dining reservations link (OpenTable) located on their website http://www.loganinn.com/