Been eating here for over 50 years. Love the Cozy dogs and french fries. The hamburgers are good also.
这家餐厅提供免费 Wifi 吗？
Stop in for the awesome Rt 66 collection and the best corn dogs around, they are the original inventors of the dog on a stick with their secret batter recipe . They also have many other items on the menu .
Because of a Spanish houseguest, in the country to do the Route 66 odyssey, I found myself at Cozy Dog for the first time in a few decades. It was even more fun than I remembered. The walls of memorabilia were very inteteresting and entertaining. The food was as good as I remembered, the best cozy dog/corn dog around. Had... 更多
It's a drive in type place but it invented corndogs (so they say). what more do you need? Of course they sell other things but corndogs is their fame. I liked it, no frills, just good fast food.
Passing through town on our way to Arizona, my wife found the Cozy Dog on Trip Advisor. We had to stop in. Just as the reviews indicate, there is plenty of nostalgia here. Our family of 6 ordered the 4-pack specials - 4 corn dogs, 4 hamburgers, served with plenty of fries. Our bill was $20. Pretty cool place to... 更多
We stopped here for the Rte 66 nostalgia but really enjoyed the corn dogs so will stop by again. The restaurant is filled with Rte 66 memorabilia and the discussion at many tables was about the history. Restaurant is not far from Interstate 55 so easy to get to the food and back out to the road. We were there... 更多
The inventor of the hot dog on a stick (aka the corn dog - but don't call it that) is the Cozy Drive in. The hot dog on a stick was average but the place was fun. Lots of things on the walls - a true Route 66 must see.
We stopped by for lunch and had corn dogs. This place is so interesting you could spend ages here reading about the history of the place and Route 66. Food was excellent, service was great. the place was jammed packed too.
It's like having lunch in your grandma's kitchen: a lot of clutter, self-serve, satisfying meal but nothing to ask for the recipe. Even the onion rings, while good, seemed to be out of a frozen package from Costco.