Friday, December 17, 2010

Blue Ash Chili History

Blue Ash, Ohio is a northern suburb of Cincinnati that is a mix of suburbia and office parks.  Blue Ash has twice been named one of the Top 50 fabulous places to live and Fortune Magazine named Blue Ash one of the best places to live and start a small business. One of those small businesses happens to be Cincinnati Coney Quest stop #4, Blue Ash Chili.

Blue Ash Chili was founded in 1969 by a Greek family like so many of the Cincinnati chili parlors. Even though the founding family no longer owns the restaurant, the current owners have kept the same recipe that Blue Ash Chili has been known for the past 41 years. Blue Ash Chili is not just known for their chili, they take pride in having a menu that features items for everyone. Aside from their chili they are known for having massive double decker sandwiches. They are also one of the few chili parlors with a liquor license.

Blue Ash Chili has a loyal fan base which is continuing to grow especially since it was featured on an episode of Food Network's Diners, Drive-In's and Dives.

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