From a small kitchen in the village of Kastoria, Greece, a fascinated young Nicholas Lambrinides watched as his mother and grandmother prepared ... More
From a small kitchen in the village of Kastoria, Greece, a fascinated young Nicholas Lambrinides watched as his mother and grandmother prepared authentic Greek dishes. Their recipes had been passed down from generation to generation. These were unique, wonderful dishes that had the power to bring his whole family together. Nicholas dreamed that one day he would bring these recipes and traditions to America, where he could share them with friends and family. In 1949, his dream came true when Nicholas opened his first restaurant overlooking the skyline of Cincinnati, Ohio and began serving his delicious secret recipes to appreciative customers. Since then, Skyline Chili's Coneys,Ways and table-side service havebeen enjoyed by generations. Our Chili continues to be made from Nicholas's original recipe, using a secret blend of spices and only the highest quality ingredients. Skyline is dedicated to bringing friends and families together for an experience like no other and we will always be devoted to the American dream of that young man from a small village in Greece.
The first time I had it I was only 17. I didn't like it. I didn't eat it again for several years. (I am now 56) The next time I had it I loved it. I have loved it for several yrs now. I must agree..........it tastes Great In CINCINNATI but it also tastes AWSOME on the BEACH in JANUARY...........woohoo OOPS by the way............I am Brandon's mom.
You do not have to be from Cincinnati to love Skyline Chili....especially when you can enjoy the finer things in life, such as a three-way (chili, cheese, and spaghetti) with an ocean view. Sure, steaming hot chili tastes good during the hybernation months when long johns are required to exist, but it tastes even better on the beach. I must admit, I am a Cincinnati transplant with a lifelong affinity for the stuff, but you must try it at least once before you write it off. Those Cincinnatians who vacation here in our beautiful sunshine state flock to Skyline at the Beach for a reason. Even Sarah Jessica Parker raves about the stuff whenever she is on Letterman. Remember, the frozen package in Publix is not as good as the real deal with an ocean view. Enjoy and try it today. MMMMM, it's Skyline Time.
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