photo from their website
My husband and I were in Huntington on a non-home game Saturday afternoon recently looking for somewhere “different” to eat. We don’t make it to downtown Huntington very often, so finding somewhere “different” shouldn’t be too difficult, right? We struggled a little. We didn’t want to go to one of the chains (Uno’s, Max & Irma’s or Five Guys’ Burgers and Fries) at Pullman Square and we weren’t in the mood for Asian, Italian or Mexican food (Thai House, Frankie B’s, also at Pullman Square, or Chili Willi’s.) It was between lunch and dinner hours and a couple of other places (Huntington Prime and another I can’t recall the name of) weren’t open yet. So we decided on the Marshall Hall of Fame Café. We’d eaten there a couple of times before, but it had been a few years.
Chili Willi’s – is one of those places that I truly associate with West Virginia’s second largest city and probably first that will be placed in recievership, also home of the Greater Huntington Area Community College.
( YES – I’m like Butter!!! …. on a Roll )
Chili Willi’s to me is a neat little place that used to reside in the true downtown section near 9th and 8th streets. But since has moved to a less cramped place down the road near 14th street. But still serving up the same Tex Mex fare.
What the hell is Tex Mex? Mexican American? What? Neverthess they do have some decent dishes and even if you get a hamburger it’s going to have a south of the border twist to it. Note the hamburger reference 😦 I’ve always liked Chili Willi’s, but I never really went there a lot, in the old place it was always packed and cramped, and well I’m a a messy drunk and tend to spill a lot. So if it was crowded I went someplace else.
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