Cozy's Cafe in Liberty Twp. opened in 2016 and has been named the most charming restaurant in Ohio.

This Butler County café was named ‘most charming restaurant in Ohio’

That’s according to, which doled out the honors to Cozy’s Café & Pub. The restaurant opened at 6440 Cincinnati-Dayton Road in Liberty Twp. in 2016, two years after owner Jan Collins opened Cozy’s Cottage.

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“A former home converted into a family-run restaurant, the restaurant offers a range of gourmet comfort food with a twist for dinner, from lobster mac and cheese to buttermilk fried chicken,” reads the write-up. “For breakfast and lunch, head next door to Cozy’s Cottage, a homely former cottage serving dishes prepared with farm-to-table ingredients.”’s list of the most charming restaurant in every state also includes the Glass at Ledges Hotel in Hawley, Penn., Schnitzelbank in Jasper, Ind., Boyce General Store in Alvaton, Ky. and The Fed in downtown Clarkston, Mich.

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Cozy’s Cafe and Pub is an expanded version of Cozy’s Cottage, an eatery featuring wine, tap handles pouring beers from Cincinnati breweries and signature cocktails made from the restaurant’s herb garden.

A spacious backyard includes fire pits, bocce ball, ping pong and a trellised courtyard.

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Tracy Kocher, director of marketing for the Butler County Visitors Bureau, said the accolade is “a wonderful honor for Cozy’s Cafe & Pub and Liberty Twp.”

“It’s further confirmation that Butler County’s continued development is catching the eyes of people from around the country,” Kocher told this media outlet. “It’s fantastic to be part of the national travel conversation.”

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