Cincinnati Style Chili Available in Portland, Oregon.

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mr chips
Filet Mignon
2009/01/25 16:33:39
  Back to the Grind Expresso in Portland, Oregon now features Cincinnati style chile on its menu from to noon to 7 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Cincinnati native Joni Fox is the cook and she makes fresh spaghetti for each dish so it usually takes 15 minutes to fix and serve. The result pleased me and I am very happy to have this option available to me here in Portland and I hope others will head out to this spot in outer southeast Portland.


       Back to the Grind
       10903 S.E. Powell
       Portland, Or. 97266
        (503)-317-0146
CajunKing
Sirloin
Re:Cincinnati Style Chili Available in Portland, Oregon. 2009/01/25 17:47:48
MrChips

Now you and the family will have to come to cincy and try the original
Pancho
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Cincinnati Style Chili Available in Portland, Oregon. 2009/01/25 18:11:16
Thanks, Mr. Chips! My daughter goes to Lewis&Clark out there and I will tip her off. Have you by chance been to Apizza Scholls? It was featured food channel last week and it looked fantastic. It's on Hawthorne....
mr chips
Filet Mignon
Re:Cincinnati Style Chili Available in Portland, Oregon. 2009/01/25 18:51:28
Yes we have been to Apizza Scholls. The Caesar Salad and pizza are outstanding and the place is very crowded all the time.
buffetbuster
Porterhouse
Re:Cincinnati Style Chili Available in Portland, Oregon. 2009/01/25 19:07:55
mrchips-
I'm definitely jealous.  The only place in Pittsburgh that I know you can Cincy 5-way is Steak 'n Shake.  And that sure isn't Camp Washington Chili!
mr chips
Filet Mignon
Re:Cincinnati Style Chili Available in Portland, Oregon. 2009/02/07 13:13:36
CajunKing, when we return to Cincinnati, we will take you up on your offer. Before i began posting here on a regular basis, the chips family took a 2004 baseball trip to the midwest. We visited Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Cleveland and Pittsburgh, taking in museums and ballparks. We visited the Shedd Aquarium, Science and industry museum and the Art institute in Chicago, the museum complex at the Train station in Cincinnati, the zoo(and the ballpark), the the ballpark in Detroit, Amish country in Ohio, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the ballpark in Cleveland, the Warhol museum, the Carnegie-Mellon art and natural history museum, the former site of Forbes Field and the ballpark in Pittsburgh and the incline railway way there. We ate at Putz in Cincinnati, Dixie Chile in Newport Ky., Mug N Bun in Indianapolis, Dirty O and Primanti's in Pittsburgh, Anne Sather's, the Berghoff, and Ideal Candy Store and Roddity's in Chicago. My only regret is that I did not know the roadfooders because I think the  Chicago, Cincinnati, and pittsburgh roadfooders would have added a lot to our vacation.
CajunKing
Sirloin
Re:Cincinnati Style Chili Available in Portland, Oregon. 2009/02/07 15:14:26
Now that sounds like an awesome adventure,  the door is always open and the offer is always good too.