Roadfood knows Cincinnati best for its unique five-way chili, which is nowhere better than at Camp Washington Chili Parlor, open round the clock. In this city that has earned the nickname Porkopolis, we like to start the day at Tucker’s, a vintage neighborhood diner where hearty, from-scratch breakfast features crisp-fried slabs of the luxurious pork-and-pin-oat loaf known as goetta. Proprietor Joe Tucker gets his goetta at Eckerlin Meats in the Findlay Market, where connoisseurs stop for an incomparable snack: goetta sandwiches straight from the source. For lunch, visit another of the city’s great butcher shops: Avril-Bleh & Sons, which sets up a charcoal grill on the sidewalk to cook its famous metts (mettwursts): cured, deeply smoked, rugged-grind sausages twice as portly as a regular hot dog firmly packed inside natural casing. After all that pork and five-way chili, dessert is in order: at Aglamesis Bros., a charming little ice cream parlor where the go-to specialty is a sundae topped with bittersweet chocolate sauce and thick whipped cream.