Friday, October 7, 2011

Cody's Original Roadhouse Grill

Welcome to Cody's

Just plain good food...hmmm...



Eat peanuts, throw shells on floor...credit for this fine peanuts shot goes to our good friend and excellent photog, Tim Jacques!

16 comments:

Tim said...

What can I say "Jacob"? Outstanding presentation and am very grateful to have been included in this memory. How 'bout dem peanuts?

bfarr said...

Looks like a great place to have a good steak...although I don't eat much beef anymore: )

Yes, the river walk has nice place to sit and relax all along its length. It really add a lot to the community.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Fine dining snobs might say that this is called a road house because you would have to be on the road for a long time before choosing this place to eat. But, hey, you can be assured of being satisfied even if you make peanuts most of your meal.

Randy said...

I would go just for the peanuts!

Memphis MOJO said...

My favorite steak is a NY strip and places like this usually have great ones. Nice shots.

brattcat said...

Is that Tim at the door in the top shot?

Birdman said...

Ah... peanuts and baseball. Can't beat that combo.

JM said...

I really feel like having a bunch of peenuts now! I wonder why... :-)

joo said...

I think Ii would love this place! Clock is superb:)

T. Becque said...

Looks like a fun place. ALthough I'm not that fond of meat (chicken is ok). Well wait a minute, I do enjoy a good burger!

Jarart said...

I like plain good food! If we are ever in town, we will meet you guys there!
We had a place here once where they served complimentary peanuts and the shells were all over the floor. It was a good place too. We miss it.

Amin said...

Beautiful place!

Lisa Wilson said...

Looks like a fun place!

Lisa Wilson said...

Looks like a fun place!

Halcyon said...

Was it really good? It looks nice!

Craig said...

These are stunning shots, the restaurant looks so real and welcoming, would love to go there

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