Corn dog was very good as well as the chili cheese dog. Wife had double cheese burger and fries all good. Food was hot and quick service. Lots of Route 66 memorabilia. Fun place to stop for a quick lunch. I would go again.
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If you want to experience a blast from the past, you have to go to Cozy Dog Drive In, home of the original corn dog--only it's really a "cozy dog." I love the authentic 60's diner atmosphere with lots of Route 66 memorabilia. We had...More
While traveling through Springfield, Illinois, we found and ate at the historic Cozy Dog Drive-in along old Route 66, now Business I-55/South Sixth Street. While it is not in the original building, the artifacts, photos and signs on the wall are all original to the...More
Tasty food and interesting décor. Cleanest bathrooms we've ever seen. Friendly staff. Appears to be a local favorite and that says a lot.
If you visit Springfield you haven't seen it all until you've eaten a real Cozy Dog from the original spot! cozy Dogs were invented here. Mr. Ed Waldmire creator of the Cozy Dog is from a little Village outside Springfield called Rochester. Cozy Dogs are...More
Take me back to the good old days!!! I looked on Diners, Drive Ins and Dives for dining suggestions for my road trip and found Cozy Dog... the birthplace of the Corn Dog on Route 66. I rarely eat fried food, but couldn't pass this...More