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I have been in and around camp washington chili for 40 years, I worked there in 1970. i go there at least once a week to eat and enjoy the great place. I have a fav, server there her name is crystal. I can never get enough of the 4 ways and double deckers there great, my kids grew up on chili from there and now they bring there kids there also it goes from generation to generation. I miss the old place but the new one is ok too. keep up the great work john, I will keep returning. thanks for the great food and a great place to sit ,eat and have a nice time, from our family to yours the axelsons and the bells
I just found your web page, and it's certainly brought back some pleasant memories. I lived on Colerain Ave in Camp Washington in the late 60's and early 70's, and for a while in 1970 I sold newspapers in front of Camp Washington Chili. I can remember many times that I ducked inside to grab a couple of cheese coneys and a coke in between selling the Enquirer to people getting off the bus in front of the place. Now I'm out here in the wild west (Reno, Nv), and don't know if I'll ever make it back to Cincy, but if I do make it back one of these days, Camp Washington Chili will be one of my first stops!
Living in Florida now I do miss Camp Washington Chili. As I child I lived in North Fairmount and went to St Leo school in the 60's. I remember my dad coming to pick me up at school at lunch time at least once a week and taking me to Camp Washington. I loved sitting at the counter and playing the juke box. My mom used to call my dad at work on the night shift asking him to bring home chili for a late night snack. In our family there was only one chili parlor and that was Camp Washington. I visit Cincinnati to see relatives and as soon as I hit town the first place I stop is Camp Washington. I love the new place but I have fond memories of the old one. I like to bring chili home. My sister won't speak to me unless I bring her some too. Johnny is always nice enough to pack it for travel. He is the reason this place has earned its rewards. I hope he lives forever!!!. Camp Washington Chili will always be in my veins.
We can get that "other" chili here frozen at the supermarket but it can't compare to the real thing from Camp Washington. I can't wait for my next visit for a 4 way onions and 3 chili sandwiches.
Thanks for the great memories,
We Love Camp Washington Chili!