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We Tried Cook Out…And This Is What Happened

HottyToddy.com girls Jac Bedrossian, Meggie Carter and Alex Kitchens tried out the new restaurant everyone is buzzing about.

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As soon as we walked in the door we were greeted with tons of friendly workers. Our friend Oski told us that Cook Out employees from other locations were sent to Oxford to help get the chain restaurant up and running.

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Hi Oski!

Cook Out’s menu was EVERYTHING we could have hoped for!

So many items...so little time!

We decided to go with the classic Cook Out Tray combo. It includes one entree, two sides and a drink…and of course we upgraded to a shake!

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Our top three favorites were the Oreo milkshake, the french fries and the heavenly quesadilla.

The Oreo milkshake was a hit, it was the perfect consistency. Helpful hint- it is even better if you wait for it to melt a few minutes! The french fries were perfectly crispy. They are very similar to Oxford’s favorite Abner’s fries.

Another top favorite was the quesadilla- it had the best zesty flavor!

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The Cook Out Tray combo came out to $6.97 with an upgraded shake! Decked out in Ole Miss decor, the restaurant was very inviting for Rebel fans!

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Overall, we rate it 10/10 would eat again! Good food and very friendly employees!

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