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Lynna’s Grill

This weeks chili stop took down to Latonia to visit Lynna’s Grill.  Possibly our final stop in Kentucky, Lynna’s Grill is located on Winston near Decourcy in downtown Latonia.  The small restaurant consists of booths along the outside wall with tables in the center.  The large menu is chock full of breakfast, sandwiches, and chili.  […]

Main Street Diner

Just down the street from the courthouse sits a small diner on the corner of 9th & Main, appropriately named the Main Street Diner.  The large sign out front says “B/G Restaurant,” a relic from the diner’s 80+ year history in that spot.  Inside is easily the longest lunch counter we’ve come across on the […]

Price Hill Chili

We’ve deliberately saved some of the more well-known chili parlors around town for visits near the end of our tour.  As we’re winding down with the last dozen or so stops, it was time to start mixing some of those parlors.  So with that in mind, we finally headed out Glenway to stop at the […]

P&S Restaurant

The P&S Restaurant is located in a small strip mall on Springdale Rd. just off of Colerain Avenue near the Northgate Mall.  In business since 1979, P&S features chili prominently on the front page of their menu.  Notably, they offer six (sour cream) and seven (sour cream and jalapenos) ways though amazingly none of the […]

Lucy’s Deli

Lucy’s Deli sits on Reading Rd. in the heart of downtown Reading.  Parking is convenient with a small lot located right next to Lucy’s.  The interior is comprised of two rows of booths with several rows of tables and chairs in the middle, decorated like an arts + crafts store exploded within.  Be sure to […]

Papa Dino’s

A pizza joint on the chili tour?  Have we lost our minds?  A tip led us to discover that Papa Dino’s does in fact offer up chili by the bowl, way, or coney cooked up according to Papa’s secret family recipe.  Papa Dino’s is located at the corner of Calhoun and Clifton, right across the […]

Dixie Chili

Dixie Chili, in business since 1929, has 3 locations across Northern Kentucky in Newport, Erlanger, and Covington. We visited their location on Monmouth in Newport, just a few doors down from Gourmet Chili where we started our chili adventure. Dixie Chili is unique thus far in our chili tour in that food is ordered and […]

Thelma’s Diner

Our intention today was to visit the West Side Chili Parlor, but we arrived to find it closed and replaced by Thelma’s Diner.  Luckily for us, Thelma’s Diner also serves up homemade Cincinnati chili which our waitress swears is better than West Side’s was.  Thelma’s Diner is located on Glenway in a small strip mall […]

Covington Chili

Covington Chili has been serving up chili to Covington locals since 1936, making it among the oldest of the chili parlors we’ll be visiting.  Situated on Madison Ave. near Pike St. Covington Chili occupies a narrow building, leaving room for a row of booths along the wall and a long lunch counter.  Some tables and […]

JK’s Chili

7 members of the chili team ventured out to visit today’s chili contender, JK’s Chili.  JK’s Chili sits in the corner of an unassuming strip mall across from the railroad tracks in Madeira.  The interior consists of an 8 stool lunch counter, a handful of tables, and a row of booths along the wall.  Open […]