Where to Find the Best Ginormous Food in Cincinnati

Josh Denny visited local hot spots across Cincinnati to experience some of the city's most-massive eats. Find out which restaurants he went to and what he tasted.

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Blue Ash Chili

Cincinnati-style chili is famously served atop noodles and finished with a mound of cheddar cheese, but at Blue Ash Chili, that tradition gets a boost in the form of what's called The No Feakin' Way. Boasting more than 100 rounds of deep-fried jalapeno, as well as the usual Cincinnati chili fixings, this Midwestern masterpiece tips the scales at a whopping 8 pounds. "This is taking, like, all of my favorite things and putting them on one plate," Josh says. "I'm excited to eat this thing."

Where to Find: Blue Ash Chili

Mecklenburg Gardens

No fewer than 38 inches of sausage make up The Uber Terminator, a German-inspired sandwich featuring tender vegetables and sauerkraut. The garlic and spices in the sausage go a long way in delivering bold flavor and spice to the sandwich, as Josh learns firsthand after just one bite. "I thought it was The Terminator because of the size, but it is the heat," he explained. 

Where to Find: Mecklenburg Gardens

Bard's Burgers and Chili

Don't let the name fool you. The Cincinnasty served at Bard's Burgers and Chili is pure craveable comfort food. It takes 10 patties — six cheese-blanketed beef patties and four pork-beef-oat goetta patties — plus bacon and, of course, Cincinnati chili to construct this meaty monstrosity. According to Josh, what results is "amazing flavor."

Where to Find: Bard's Burgers and Chili

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