Northeast Chili recs.......

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Ralph Cramden
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Northeast Chili recs....... - Sun, 08/3/03 12:51 PM
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We live in the Boston area but often go to NYC....Anybody have any good chili recommendations?...Kind of a tough find in New England.

Thanks

Admiral37
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RE: Northeast Chili recs....... - Mon, 12/8/03 3:19 PM
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Originally posted by Ralph Cramden

We live in the Boston area but often go to NYC....Anybody have any good chili recommendations?...Kind of a tough find in New England.

Thanks


I'm with you on that point...living in Framingham MA and haven't found any decent chili. There was a chili parlor in Brookline, Kokopelli's, but they went belly up about 2 years ago.

Edwaste
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RE: Northeast Chili recs....... - Mon, 12/8/03 7:58 PM
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In New England, 90% of the food establishments think Chili is something you put on top of a hot dog. Beware, some places that have chili on the menu will give you the same stuff that's used on the chili dogs.
Not one place between NYC and Bean Town stick out in my mind. I would put my trust in what's listed in Roadfood.


Michael Stern
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RE: Northeast Chili recs....... - Tue, 12/9/03 2:04 AM
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I'd suggest[url='http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=650']The Shack[/url] in East Lyme, CT, which is just off I-95. If you're coming down I-84 and want to detour into Middletown, there's some really good Yankee chili at [url='http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=118']O'Rourke's Diner[/url].