Where is Logans Roadhouse Corporate office Headquarters

Logans Roadhouse Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 2506 Music Valley Dr, Nashville, TN 37214, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 615-871-0328
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1995
  • Founder: Dave Wachtel, Charles McWhorter
  • Key People: Hazem Ouf (President & CEO)

Logans Roadhouse Headquarters Location & Directions

Logans Roadhouse Headquarters Executive Team



Hazem Ouf

Partner, Chief Executive Officer and Director

James J. Hagan

Chief Financial Officer

Maria Rivera

Senior Vice President of Operations

About Logans Roadhouse, History and Headquarters Information

Logans Roadhouse is a company that has its headquarters situated in 2506 Music Valley Dr, Nashville, Tennessee 37214, United States of America. Established in 1995, it was founded by Dave Wachtel and Charles McWhorter. In 2018, it was acquired by CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries which is presently the owner. Hazem Ouf is the present President as well as CEO of the company. It is a chain of restaurants which aims to serve quality food at good prices. The chain has a decoratove theme which includes retro styles and even provides free buckets full of peanuts at every single table to the customers. The dedicated and experienced executive staff cares about the quality of the food that is being served in the restaurants. The restaurant’s service resources include Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. The contact number is also available in case of any queries and the restaurants are not only accessible but also very successful.

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  • Ray Pierce says:

    I was unfortunate enough to have the worst experience at any restaurant I have ever tried to eat at. I went to Logan’s Roadhouse in Cullman Alabama and the food was not edible. I ordered a porterhouse and I asked if it had a bone in it or not because a porterhouse is not a T-bone. They told me it had no bone but when I got it it was a T-bone and I had ordered it medium rare but they brought it out past medium. My wife ordered the Logan and she ordered it medium but when it came out it was rare they took our order back and they put her’s back on the grill and they said that that is your version of a porterhouse and they cooked me another one and when it came out it was the same as the first one and looked very greasy and hers came back out medium rare still not Medium as she had asked so we did not eat the steaks because they were not cooked as we asked and they were not what we asked for and when I asked about the mashed potatoes they said they were really mashed potatoes but when they came out they were instant potatoes which is not mashed potatoes and they had put little shavings of potato peels in them to make them look real. When we came in we were seated by the door and no one came to our table for over 10 minutes and a woman wearing a light blue shirt I guess was a manager that night she had a waiter stand in front of the door with their fingers interlocked her rocking towards him and rocking back and they done this for a few minutes and entirely wasting time and looking around to see if anybody was watching we had to go to them and tell them we have not been waited on yet so when we finally got our waiter whose name was David he was very apologetic to us and told us they had him counting someone else’s money I guess it was other customers or whatever I do not know but he had no clue what was going on as far as what the kitchen was doing. The only thing we had that was edible were the potato skins and onion petals. I do not want anything from y’all. I just thought you should know you lost two people who truly love to eat. I will also be letting all my friends know about this. I posted pictures of the steaks on Facebook and will be posting on other social sites as well and letting people know about this kind of food and service. When we told David about the food and showed him, he was very apologetic, but we told him it wasn’t his fault as he didn’t cook it. No manager or anyone else came to see what the problem was with anything. I paid a bill that was over $70.00 and tipped David $10.00 because he tried. I hope something is done to correct this kind of service. Funny thing is the place wasn’t even crowded. Once again I am done eating at Logans. Have a blessed day.

  • Andrea Barclay says:

    I worked at the one in Marion, Illinois for three years. I quit after three years of working 5 nights a week, as a closer, never missed work, had zero complaints or write ups. I left because I was tired of being harassed online and in person by management and other employees. The two good managers left within a month and a half of each other and a server got one of the management spots. Immediately her best friends got all the hours. A lot of people, well everyone, got their hours cut to one day or nothing while her friends are getting 6 or more shifts per week. This is currently going on as I am typing this. I had to beg for hours just to end up with one day when I was a 5 night closing server for the last two and a half years. Then, I continually get berated, harassed and bullied by adult women, older than me, because I am skinny so I must be on drugs. It is ridiculous, juvenile and absolutely false. The same women have and still are stealing money from the store and I know of one case where the general manager and also the kitchen manager chipped in to replace the missing $400. The new manager that harasses me has a record for theft and her best friend has a record for stealing and using others credit/debit cards. It is all public record, but Logan’s doesn’t care about doing their homework before hiring anyone. So three years of hard work, honesty and dedication has gotten me absolutely nowhere. I will never spend a dime with this company again and I will tell any and everyone that will listen that they will take your cash and pocket it. Don’t pay with cash, the manager will void that good off a check and keep and split the cash with her friends. I have personally seen it with my own two eyes and I will write a statement to it.

  • LouAnne Suther says:

    I’m still waiting on someone to call me back about the violation of the Disabilities Act that the store in Kannapolis, NC violated. I will be calling again tomorrow.

  • Martha M Lushute says:

    We went to the Alexandria, Louisiana store tonight to eat. We have been coming to this store for years. We went in to see if our regular table was available in the bar area and it was but needed cleaning. When we went to the store there was no hostess. The manager was behind the bar. My sister talked with him and told him what table we wanted. When he came to the hostess station instead on put our name on his list he put someone ahead of us. When we said something about it he said that their name was ahead of us. They finally seated us but were very rude so we left and we will never go back nor will all of our church members.

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