I've never been inclined to go to Edwards, given its apparent mediocrity and that its smack in the middle of one of the world's greatest restaurant neighborhoods. But then I read on the board about Cincinnati night - Cincinnati chili, graeters ice cream, etc.
Cincinnati chili is a taste best acquired in childhood or young adulthood; after that, you just might not get it. For those of us turned on early, it becomes a lifelong craving.
That said, I no longer care for Skyline Chili parlors: very mild cheese, mushy spaghetti, sloppy servings, etc. I make the stuff at home using "imported" cans of Skyline, good quality medium sharp cheddar, good al dente pasta, etc. How does Edward's stack up??
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