Today is Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:
Attention all Cincinnati-based Bobcats, O’Betty’s Red Hot has something in store for you.
The Athens-based hot dog joint introduced a new dish — spaghetti covered in chili and cheese. Taking inspiration from the likes of Gold Star Chili and the famous Cincinnati-based Skyline Chilli, customers can add chopped onions and oysters crackers for free.
The dish comes with a slice of garlic toast and adds up to a total of $6.50. Other than the onions and crackers, individuals can add slow-cooked baked beans for an additional $0.75.
And don’t worry, if you’re vegetarian, the eatery also offers a vegetarian version made with vegetarian chili sauce.
So if you’re from the Cincinnati area, and a bit homesick, it seems like O’Betty’s is your go-to place.
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