Skyline Chili is a local Cincinnati jewel. You ask anyone from this city about what food a person must try in the city, they will invariably name its chili restaurants, and Skyline usually comes out on top. With about 100 locations in the greater Cincinnati area, Skyline is a small but growing Midwest chain with a fast food/dine in mix that is friendly to a variety of people.
Skyline’s signature dish is the “three-way” because it contains exactly three ingredients: chili, pasta, and cheese. Skyline will put chili and cheese on a variety of other things and make them great; chili cheese fries and cheese coney dogs are also high on the menu. Baked potatoes and burritos are also available as well as a list of wraps and salads for someone who isn’t in the mood for chili.
Skyline’s unique environment makes it well suited particularly for families with children and groups of young people; it usually hosts a large dining room where the food comes quick, almost as quickly as fast food. The chili isn’t necessarily healthy, neither is the abnormally large amount of cheese often topped on each dish. If you want a semblance of restraint to your food for healthy purposes, I would suggest taking about half the cheese off of anything served to you. I haven’t tried the wraps or salads, but judging from the lack of people ordering them, they looked like a bit of an afterthought.
Skyline Chili is great if you want to eat fast and are hungry for chili, but if you aren’t, I would reconsider.