Logan's Roadhouse
Untitled-1 America’s Restaurant Gallery — Achievements & Artifacts of our Industry

Logan’s Roadhouse Jukebox

Logan’s Roadhouse

The first Logan’s Roadhouse was opened by veteran restaurateurs Dave Wachtel and his partner Charles McWhorter in 1991, in a former Western Sizzlin’ steakhouse in Lexington, Ky. The casual-dining restaurants are built to resemble the traditional southern roadhouses of the 1930s and 1940s, complete with wooden floors, hand-painted murals and a Wurlitzer jukebox playing a wide selection of tunes. The moderately priced menu features a selection of American steakhouse favorites, like mesquite, wood-fired grilled steaks, ribs, burgers, chicken and seafood dishes, long-necked beer and desserts. Each table gets unlimited buckets of in-shell peanuts. Exhibited here, a classic Wurlitzer jukebox, the kind you’d likely find in a Logan’s Roadhouse.