Chilli 5 Way? Cincinnati has not one, but two regional specialties and they can both be found at Price Hill Chili. Cinci chili is saucy and sweet (hint of cinammon and nutmeg) and is prepared five ways. I ordered the 5way chili - when in Rome. The five way consists of 1) chili, 2) onions, 3) beans, 4) cheese (grated new cheddar) and 5) spaghetti. That's right - spaghetti. Really it's not that crazy. I loved it. I don't thinks I'd order it any other way. The onions are raw and add some nice bite to contrast the sweet sauce. The spaghetti just completes it very well. I should add that Price Hill is a very comfortable place - lots of regulars and kind waitresses in an at home restaurant. We felt so welcome that we went back the next day for breakfast. That's when I got to try another regional treat - goetta (see pic). Goetta (usually pronounced gett-uh) is composed of ground pork and steel cut oats. These ingredients are mixed together, formed in a loaf, sliced into rectangular patties, and fried. Goetta's popularity relfects Cincinnati's German roots, but I could not find it in any other city, including German influenced Milwaukee. The steel cut oats give it a hearty texture and I futher enjoyed breaking my poached eggs over the goetta. Yolks and meat - mmm. Goetta and chilli 5 way - two great reasons to visit Cincinnati and Price Hill Chilli.