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UKWildcats
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Lexington, KY
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re: Ohio is the mecca of the fast food/restaurant industry
It's definitely a thing here. The smell just reminds you of going to Reds and Bengals games as a kid.


Mike the Tiger 1999
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The Alabama of the north

nah, that’s Indiana


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Teddy Ruxpin
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canes


I think they moved from BR to Dallas years ago.

Smoothie King moved to Dallas too.
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fallguy_1978
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Yeah, just cultural/regional differences. We eat pond bugs boiled in a big pot of spicy water
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Paul Allen
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BR to Dallas years ago.


It’s been over 10 years, at least.


Teddy Ruxpin
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It’s been over 10 years, at least


Most of the smart people leave when they get a chance.

The rest just rule what's left over.


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Cracker
Montana Fan
in a box
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Darwin’s waiting room shithole


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dewster
LSU Fan
Chicago
Member since Aug 2006
22433 posts

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Bob Evans
Skyline Chili
Buffalo Wild Wings
Arby's
Wendy's
Big Boy
Charley's
Donatos
Max and ermas


All of these are disappointing.


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Tomatocantender
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Member since Jun 2021
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Skyline Chili
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Gold Star Chili
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good plate of Cincinnati chili


What's up with the obssession of chili, a dish that any wing nut can make at home with very little effort?

Never had any of y'all shite, but Joe Burrow told the Pardon My Take bros that Ohio chili is the most disgusting stuff he ever ate in his life.


UKWildcats
Kentucky Fan
Lexington, KY
Member since Mar 2015
11357 posts

It's not my shit, I'm a Kentuckian. Cincinnati chili is just its own thing. It's not like the chili you're used to.

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m57
Ohio State Fan
Flyover Country
Member since May 2017
1628 posts

As a native Ohioan, Skyline is awful.


jerseyfla
Florida Fan
Warner Robins, GA
Member since Mar 2012
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Bob Evans
Skyline Chili
Buffalo Wild Wings
Arby's
Wendy's
Big Boy
Charley's
Donatos
Max and ermas


I was stationed at Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton for almost 6 years.

I didn’t like Bob Evans when I grew up in Florida and I didn’t like it in Ohio.

Skyline Chili is something that is an acquired taste and I actually loved it because it is pretty much Greek chili. It tastes like Moussaka which is one of my favorite Greek dishes. Most people who don’t like it are expecting it to taste like Texas Chili. You have to come in with an open mind.

BWW, Arby’s, and Wendy’s are standard national chains. Nothing special.

Wasn’t a fan of Frisch’s Big Boy. Wendy’s is better.

The reason why most people have never heard of Charley’s (Not to be confused with O’Charley’s) is because the majority of Charley’s locations are in Military Base Exchange Food Courts (Military Shopping Mall). They make Cheesesteaks which is better than going to Subway, I guess.

Donato’s was meh. Of course they cut their pizza in small squares like most of Ohio. I call it “ hors d'oeuvre” pizza. It takes me 8 squares to be satisfied. Now LaRosa’s which is a pizza chain from Cincinnati was awesome and closer to Northeast Pizza.

Max and Erma’s was big around Dayton but I think they closed all of their locations in the area. They were good but I liked Friday’s and BJs Brewhouse better.


SprintFun
Ohio State Fan
Columbus, OH
Member since Dec 2007
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Donato’s was meh. Of course they cut their pizza in small squares like most of Ohio. I call it “ hors d'oeuvre” pizza. It takes me 8 squares to be satisfied. Now LaRosa’s which is a pizza chain from Cincinnati was awesome and closer to Northeast Pizza.


Columbus cuts their pizza in small squares, not the rest of Ohio.


VABuckeye
Ohio State Fan
Naples, FL
Member since Dec 2007
31550 posts

At the other end of the spectrum Ohio (Columbus) is the home of the Cameron Mitchell restaurants which are really good.


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jcaz
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I’ve literally heard of 3 of these and none of them sell food I leave my house planning to consume.


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AbitaFan08
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Is that a category you actually want to be winning, though?


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USMEagles
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Member since Jan 2018
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As a native Ohioan, Skyline is awful.


I'm OK with Steak-n-Shake's take on it, which is basically just normal chili with noodles, cheese, and oyster crackers.


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SEC. 593
Navy Fan
Chicago
Member since Aug 2012
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For a long time (and maybe still is) Columbus was the national "test kitchen" for a lot of restaurant groups.


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CuyahogaTigerJr
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Northeast ohio
Member since Aug 2018
1711 posts

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do you even Mr Hero, bro?


Hell yeah today for lunch… I was just commenting on the ops list but mr hero is a ohio staple


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Frac the world
Alabama Fan
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but Joe Burrow told the Pardon My Take bros that Ohio chili is the most disgusting stuff he ever ate in his life.



This is the 2nd time in this thread that you’ve simped over a 24 year old football players opinion of food and how it dictates what you think as well.


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