Cincinnati expats in serious need of Skyline chili can tuck into a steaming three-way once a month in Tribeca. On its popular Cincinnati Nights, Edward’s feeds crowds of hungry Queen City types Skyline, plus LaRosa’s pizza, Graeter’s ice cream, and Montgomery Inn ribs (with Saratoga chips, of course).

The chili comes in the traditional styles: three-way (over spaghetti, topped with shredded cheddar), four- or five-way (three-way plus beans, chopped onion, or both), or Coney (ladled over a hot dog and buried in cheddar). “If you’ve got a craving, it does the trick,” says tewald, who adds that the high-quality frank in Edward’s Coney is an upgrade over those of his Cincy memories.

The next Cincinnati Night is March 19. Call for a reservation, and
don’t go too late–they tend to run out of Graeter’s beloved black
raspberry chip.

Edward’s [Tribeca]
136 W. Broadway, between Thomas and Duane Sts., Manhattan

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