This no-frils neighborhood pancake house in Logan Square is a popular destination for families and hipsters alike. It was established in the '70s, and not much has changed since then. The open-air kitchen is filled with busy cooks who scurrying about wearing white paper hats and button-down shirts with the Cozy Corner logo printed on the back. Well-worn booths and counter stools fill up quickly on weekends, when after-church and post-Saturday night hangover crowds file in for fluffy omelets served with heaping portions of hash browns and toast, buttermilk pancakes, burgers, homemade soups and sandwiches. Sodas, juices, milkshakes and coffee are available to wash it all down.