At Cody’s Original Roadhouse you can expect a delicious meal and an inviting environment—every time.
The 1950’s inspired décor, roasted peanuts and friendly wait staff take you back to an era known for flavorful home-style food and hefty portions, both of which are values that Cody’s Original Roadhouse carries on today. Dean Turner, Cody’s regional manager, says it’s not unusual to see people flocking back to Cody’s on a regular basis.
“I have so many regulars that come in every day, and it’s because of the family-friendly atmosphere,” he says. “When you come to Cody’s you’re treated as family.”
If hand-cut, grain-fed, aged western, USDA choice and certified Angus steaks aren’t on the menu tonight, they should be. At Cody’s Original Roadhouse, they offer a great selection of fresh steak, chicken and seafood at an affordable price.
From Cody’s tender steaks, warm yeast rolls and crisp salads to seafood selections and soups that are made fresh daily, they serve a variety of food the whole family can enjoy. Try Cody’s baby back ribs, which are seasoned and served with their special BBQ sauce, or their popular grilled salmon.
With specials offered every day of the week, it’s easy to leave the cooking to Cody’s. Bringing the whole family is easier than ever with kid’s night offered on both Monday and Tuesday. Patrons receive a free kid’s meal for children 10 and under with the purchase of an adult entrée. Wednesdays, enjoy buy one, get one free fajita dinners which come with steak, chicken, shrimp—or all three. Enjoy steak specials on Thursdays or $8.99 after-church specials from 11am to 4pm on Sundays.
With the debut of their new drink menu featuring exclusive new cocktails, Cody’s Original Roadhouse is raising the bar. However, if you’re just looking for a cold brew, you can enjoy one of their many beers on draft or their variety of bottled beers which are served in paper bags as commonly seen in the 50s during Prohibition. The choice is yours. With a two-for-one happy hour available everyday from 11am to 7pm that includes top-shelf liquor, Cody’s is the spot to wet your whistle.
And don’t forget to leave room for dessert. Cody’s Chocolatehouse Slide is a favorite for patrons. The jumbo fishbowl is packed with a chocolate fudge brownie, two scoops of vanilla ice cream, two scoops of chocolate ice cream and is topped with whipped cream, hot fudge and chopped nuts.
Dessert or not, when you leave Cody’s you won’t go home hungry. Their generous portions, affordable prices and family-friendly atmosphere are what Turner believes separates Cody’s from the pack.
“Cody’s is where quality and value come together.”
Cody’s Original Roadhouse is proud to announce that a new location is in the works for the fall of 2014 at Brownwood Paddock Square in The Villages. Visit their website at CodysAmerican.com for locations and operating hours.
Cody’s Original Roadhouse codysamerican.com
2505 SW College Rd, Ocala
1041 Lakeshore Drive, The Villages (352) 259-8500