We eat at Kozy 10 times per year the food is OK, I would say they have good service and the homemade pies are very good.
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We found it trekking back from Magee Marsh on a bird watching weekend. It had a great, fun, friendly atmosphere... and the food looked amazing as we entered. I am on a special diet, and they had a few things that worked for me. The rest of the group got friend Perch and loved it. I saw some amazing baked... More
It is true President Obama stopped for a hamburger on his way to Cleveland but you would not go out of your way to eat here. It is a local gathering spot for simple cooking that represents the tastes of the farming families residing here. Usually, there is a large selection of pies to top off your meatloaf and mashed... More
Wonderful restaurant on St. Route 163. Store was cozy, clean, walls looked they were freshly painted. Service was excellent. Chili was fantastic, hot dogs were all beef, probably weighed a half pound and delicious! Many foods to choose from. They also have a box filled with a variety of books that you can choose from at no charge. Next time... More
Great home town restaurant, good food, not so much breakfast. Staff is usually nice, like the home made food, love the prime rib Saturdays!
And he does not even like pizza. They are very nice in there and they have lots of customers. It is just s small town diner that tries hard but the quality could be much better. We thought it was rather pricey for the amount and quality.
If you're looking for a great little country diner choose this one! Clean, friendly staff, fast service, good food. Make sure you try the caramel apple pie! I had the pickerel dinner it was perfect. This is clearly best of class for a small town diner.
We were looking for a place along Lake Erie to stop for breakfast & found KK on trip advisor. The friendly couple next to us shared that President Obama had ate at the restaurant during the 2012 campaign.
My husband and I don't like chain restaurants. This is the kind of place we like to go to. The people who run it are locals and very friendly. Down home cooking. Nothing fancy.... just good! There is always home baked pies and desserts. The blueberry pancakes where bursting with big fresh blueberries. The eggs are fresh. They make great... More
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