Cozy Corner Restaurant
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Memphis BBQ staple that is world famous and has been featured on many food shows.
A local favorite since it opened in 1977, Cozy Corner is a no-frills Memphis BBQ joint with a menu filled with barbecue classics. Beyond expected dishes like ribs and wings, Cozy Corner pushes the barbecue envelope by barbecuing Cornish Hens and serving them with Barbecue Spaghetti.
If you are looking for authentic Memphis barbecue, this historical restaurant is the place for you. The best ribs and barbecued bologna.
A faded, hand-painted sign and cornflower-blue awning greet guests of this charmingly shabby-looking BBQ joint downtown. The Cozy Corner serves Memphis barbecue classics like ribs and pulled pork sandwiches, but the restaurant truly shines when focusing on other unique offerings. Go for the barbecue…
From the outside, this close-to-downtown barbecue joint could be confused with a laundromat or an old grocery store. Inside, the neat-as-a-pin eatery offers up a mass of smoked meats, including barbecue pork butt, ribs, Cornish hen, chicken wings and beef summer sausages. You can also delve into a…
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