Press "Enter" to skip to content

Gloucester couple opens West Point restaurant

Logans Café opened for business on Nov. 18 on Main Street in West Point.

Mike and Mary Daugs of Gloucester are operators and managers of the family-run business, which is housed in a portion of a building that once was a movie theater.

The Daugses have food service experience, having operated a food truck for five years that they still operate and travel to truck and car shows, auctions and similar events.

Mike said they are open for lunch and dinner. “We serve Southern cooking,” he said, including lots of vegetables like potatoes and green beans. Entrees include Carolina style barbecue, meat loaf, and other tasty dishes. Logans also serves homemade biscuits, with sodas, coffee and tea to drink.

The restaurant, which is named for grandson Logan Daugs, age 2½, seats 60 diners inside. They plan to add some outdoor tables and seats.

The Daugses are both originally from Hampton.  ...

To view the rest of this article, you must log in. If you do not have an account with us, please subscribe here.