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Cozmo's Corner Grill - corner of Fillmore and Chestnut

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Cozmo's Corner Grill - corner of Fillmore and Chestnut

Wendy Lai | Jul 21, 2002 05:33 PM

This restaurant took over the formal space of Faultline Brewery. Walking by a few times, last Friday we finally went in.
We were very pleased with our dinner. The prices were not too expensive, the food was very well done, the service was super friendly. The only downside is it is extremely loud in there. There is bar side and a dining side, it being Friday night, quite a crowd was gathering on the bar side.
A few highlights. The soup of the day was a seafood soup. Sounds simple enough, but a hearty bowl of bowl was brought to me piping hot. Chock full of salmon, some white fish and calameri, the sweet tomato broth with a hint of cream was flavorful and rich without being heavy. Their fried calameri with Asian bbq dipping sauce was also a winner. Some sort of spices in the batter made the calameri more interesting than regular, also to note was it was not greasy but light and crunchy.
My husband and I both ordered a fish entree, both were super fresh fish cooked to perfection.
For dessert we shared their baked to order Schaffenburger chocolate chip cookies with malted Tahitan vanilla milk shake. There is nothing like fresh out of the oven cookies! These were especially good with those chocolate..yummmmmm The milk shake was more milk than ice cream, but it went really well with the cookies.
This is a great neighborhood restaurant. Good for family and friends to share a meal at the dining side. And it looks like a good place for singles at the bar side :) We'll definitly go back again.

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