We’re available either as drivers or passengers. If Mrs. Roadhouse makes the trip I can hold another two or three people. if not, I can take as many as four others.
I work at a hotel restaurant in Downtown Cincinnati, so part of my job is to know the city. I am a wealth of information, if anyone has questions. The hotel has recently sold, so my job security and ability to offer “stuff” has changed. It is up in the air right now. But, I am more than willing to offer advice on anything Cincinnati!!
Can you get me a station tour at WKRP?
I am thinking about joining this meet-up if there is any food to be had….
Oh, I think this could be arranged. http://www.roadfood.com/Restaurant/Overview/608/pine-club Pine Club, here we come!
Hey guys, For those of you driving to this meet-up, Take a look at the Grocery ad for Jungle Jim’s for next week. On P-2 He has Aligator patties at $9.99/lb and big Scallops for $10.99/lb Both hard to find in any freezer section away from the coast.
Bring you coolers if you are interested in anything you see in the JJ listings
WJ, are you booking a room in Cincinnati? If you find a deal, as you usually do, let us know please. Thanks.
Yes, I believe north east of town- I’m just not sure where yet. Since buffetbuster will be my wheels. Ifif I recall that’s the part of town where he will be staying and I want to book something very close by…
If you are doing a Chili Crawl in the Cincy area you really have to cross the river and hit Dixie Chili. http://www.dixiechili.com http://www.dixiechili.com/
If you have never been there I think it is the best in the area for its type and I have eaten Camp Washington, Blue Ash, Price Hill and all the others.
Founded in 1929 by Nicholas D. Sarakatsannis, Dixie Chili set the standard for quality food at reasonable prices. “Papa Nick” developed his secret chili recipe using only the highest quality ingredients: 96% Fat Free Beef Chuck, Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese, Bermuda Onions, and 100% Semolina Wheat Spaghetti. He passed the recipe down to his sons George, Chris, Panny and Spiros who continue to serve the delicious and nutritious chili Nick served back in 1929, fresh from the kettle, everyday.
Howdy. Lots of places will be hard to add, but I might (strongly) recommend Dixie Chili across the river in Newport, home of the 6-Way (a traditional 5-Way with added fresh minced garlic) and they serve the odd variation on the traditional coney, called an Alligator. It’s a coney but with cheese, mayo and a dill spear. Weirdly delicious. The 6-Way is manna from Heaven, but your spouse might file for halitosis-induced divorce.
Can somebody recap the itinerary for me? Times and places. Thanks
Post 570, bottom of page 19…we meet between 8:30am-9:00am and head out from there.
Everyone who knows chili knows this stuff isn’t chili. It’s good, but it’s just Greek meat sauce.
I’ll wait now for the appearance of TJ, who will blast me once again for speaking the truth.
I wish you would stop using Cajunkings thread as a place to bait me, and to express intolerance for the core theme of roadfood, and to insult those who do not agree with your opinion
If you wish to continue doing so, I’d ask that you do so in Private Messages
I sure hope you can get off for the gathering.
Heading out in about 15 minutes….safe day to all the travelers.
Pace yourself Danny 🙂
Welcome back bro…I’m feeling hungry! Get ready to push a few tables together, if ya know what I mean!
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