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Log Jam Bar & Eatery

The deep booths, warm colors, and dark woodwork give the Log Jam a cozy, classy atmosphere. The menu’s signature item – the Lumber Jack Burger – is a half-pound burger topped with pepper jack cheese, bacon, fried onion slices, and BBQ sauce. Also try the award winning English Burger, along with their hearty selections of greens and sandwiches, morning brunch, and be sure to check out the fish fry. Patio seating, vegetarian options available. All soups made from scratch.

Average Cost: Entrée: $10-$13

Average: 4.00
Out of 8 Reviews

Log Jam
709 S. Broadway St.
Menomonie, WI

 Bar inside the Restaurant

Log Jam is a large (yet cozy and inviting) bar and grill in downtown Menomonie with an equally impressive outdoor patio. Happy hour specials are Monday - Thursday from 3-6pm with daily drink specials. Daily food specials. Late night specials from 10pm to bar close. They have a menu of creative specialty cocktails and classics. They boast 23 taps with tons of seasonal brews and craft beer, and even offer a beer sampler. If you're looking to play some games, Log Jam has pool. In the warmer months, bean bag toss is outside. Weekly karaoke on Wednesdays. Thursdays bingo. Free pool on Sunday & Monday.

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Nice staff & atmosphere, food not so good.


Alright, this is our favorite stop in Menominee ! The burgers, the wraps, all great


Good selection of tap beers, plenty of TVs. The waitstaff are friendly and the food is typical bar food, although it's competently executed. The place is very clean, and usually pretty busy. Recommended.


The fish is delicious!


I went here for lunch today. The service was friendly, athough a little slow. My friend was neglected a water refill but otherwise our server was pleseant. I had the award-winning English burger on the recommendation of a friend. Although it was an excellent, fresh, and clearly hand-made burger, I'm not entirely sure why it was "award winning"... I thought it tasted like a standard burger. The sauce that makes it the "English" burger was not particularly flavorful or exciting. The criss-cut fries were great, it was hard to tell if they were hand-made or not. Overall it was ok, and the atmosphere was nice. I'd go back again and try the Lumber Jack burter next time.