Cokies is now closed and up for sale
Review by Mama2Dylan
Review by Mama2Dylan
I go to Cokies Bar & Grill frequently. It’s just a few blocks from work. Not always to eat, sometimes just for a nice cold beer. I already knew they had good food, but since I discovered they have an excellent breakfast I have been meeting my friend there on Saturday mornings. I’ve tried their eggs, omelets, biscuits and gravy, traditional eggs Benedict and crab Benedict so far. Each and every item is always prepared perfectly by their chef Dave. He really takes pride in his work and it shows.
The breakfast fare includes; traditional, beggars, steak & eggs, traditional or crab cake eggs Benedict, Cajun pork chops, breakfast burrito, biscuits & gravy, French toast, pancakes, a meatless option, 2x2x2 and a breakfast sandwich as well as a choice of 7 three egg omelets and 2 scrambles. Dave is great about substitutions or design your own. Breakfast prices start at $4.95 the most expensive items being the steak & eggs and crab Benedict.
The lunch/dinner menu consists of 5- 1/3 LB burgers, 3 wraps & 8 sandwiches w/ your choice of fries, cole slaw, potato salad or soup (add green salad for .75) all starting at $6.95. I happen to love their fries, they are the BEST! I had their mushroom swiss burger once. It was excellent. It arrived very hot & steamy and full of flavor. They also have a personal sized pizza, entrée sized specialty salads, steak & baked potato dinner, chicken fettuccini alfredo, pork chops, cod beer battered fish & chips, chicken strips, and a prawn basket (my personal favorite).
And as if that wasn’t enough they have a full bar food menu, such as nachos, potato skins, buffalo wings, etc.
While Cokies is a bar don’t let that disway you. There is no smoking in all bars now. If you’d like to smoke they have a very nice covered/ heated set up in the rear. If you like a bloody mary or other cocktail w/ breakfast they have a full bar. Or perhaps a cocktail or microbrew draft w/ your lunch or dinner. If you have minors in your party they do have special seating in the front completely separated from the bar that minors and their families can sit in and be served. Plenty of TV’s abound for the sports as well. If you sit up front they'll probably even put Sponge Bob on for the kiddies, I've seen it done before. :)
All of the clientele I have ever encountered in Cookies have been pleasant, but more than that, the employees are the nicest and most efficient in town. Tell em' Roxie sent ya' ;)