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Real Chili Restaurant

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419 E Wells St
Milwaukee, WI 53202
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(414) 271-4042
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I had been to Real Chili once before, but it was quite sometime ago. My boyfriend and I were looking for a...

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I don't understand the hype about the chili here...not a whole lotta substance. If you're out for a decent bowl of chili your Ma' mighta made when you were a kid (I'd prefer Spagh...

Comfort food at its best 3/4/2013

I had been to Real Chili once before, but it was quite sometime ago. My boyfriend and I were looking for a... more

Comfort food at its best 3/4/2013

cinnamongirl Provided by Partner
I had been to Real Chili once before, but it was quite sometime ago. My boyfriend and I were looking for a quick bite to eat before a concert we we... more

Good food at a low price. 1/19/2013

I have heard of this place many times over the years but never had a chance to try it until this weekend.... more

Good food at a low price. 1/19/2013

Tigercobra Provided by Partner
I have heard of this place many times over the years but never had a chance to try it until this weekend. My girlfriend and I were downtown for a c... more

Amazing Chili that I Miss 7/10/2007

How can you not love this place? Though crowded on prime drinking nights, there is a great camaraderie as you wait around the horseshoe of a counter waiting for a couple of spots to open up, staring out the windows that have steamed up from the pots steaming warm and wet in the center of the room. The chili is Cincy style--which is not to be found in New York City, that's for sure. I would get it with the well cooked spaghetti as a base, add some beans and then the chili on top. That's where the spice is. But you can get it with only the spaghetti or just the beans. On the counter is the oil---replete with hot chiles sitting inside to give it that extra kick. Add some sour cream and raw onions, mix in the oyster crackers and it's several layers of yum.\r The other reviewer seems to be comparing this to a more traditional Texas style if chili---it most certainly is not that, though I love that too. This is midwestern style and as an example of that stands alone. Well worth a visit, even if you might be a 1200 or so miles away.\r \r \r Chris O'Neil more

Real Silly 9/4/2002

I don't understand the hype about the chili here...not a whole lotta substance. If you're out for a decent bowl of chili your Ma' mighta made when you were a kid (I'd prefer Spaghettio's over this) and all's you got is a few bucks and don't mind awful atmosphere (maybe you're drunk) well then by all means--dig in. Best chili in town is on Michigan Ave. (The Soup House). more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    This is no-frills eating at its best, and it seems as though everybody in town knows about it. Come lunchtime, you'll have to squeeze between college students and executives to...

  • 10/9/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Juneau Town

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