Don’t knock Skyline Chili until you try it. The combination of meat, cinnamon, spaghetti and cheese is certainly an unexpected one, but it works.
The Cincinnati staple was first known as Empress Chili in 1922, when Greek immigrant brothers whipped up a signature dish comprised of their own traditional Mediterranean stew served atop Italian noodles. They threw the word “chili” on the sign simply because they hoped it would bring Americans in the door. And it did.
Today, Skyline Chili spans four states, each location ready to serve up a 3-Way, 4-Way or 5-Way. Go see and taste for yourself.
– Kristie Coggins, The 100 Companies