Cincy’s has on and off-site catering available!
The “Oldest Restaurant in Downtown Greensboro” is tucked down February One Place just down from S. Elm.
This unique, locally owned Greensboro restaurant is not to be missed! Cincy’s features genuine and deliciously conceived Cincinnati chili as it’s signature dish. Yes Weekly editor Brian Clarey describes Cincy’s and it’s chili this way:
“Minnie Crowder has prepared the house recipe each morning for the last ten years, using cinnamon and cloves as well as cayenne and chili powder to create levels of heat. She adds bittersweet chocolate for depth of flavor and some other secret ingredients that the owners will not name. Red kidney beans are prepared separately and added afterwards as an option. Other available toppings are cheese and raw onion and every variation is served -the five-way comes over spaghetti with beans and onion on top, then smothered with finely shredded white and yellow cheeses. Minnie also makes a small amount of vegetarian chili every week, a recipe that utilizes lentils and bulgur wheat for body and texture.”
“The menu includes many noontime standards like sandwiches, salads and burgers but most of the regulars come here for chili, and nothing else will do.”
Treat yourself to this delicious Greensboro tradition!