Yes, while you're here, please check out the city's number-one claim to fame: the cinnamon, allspice, and clove-infused Greek Bolognese sauce known affectionately here as "Cincinnati-style chili." While the Skyline and Gold Star chains are the most ubiquitous, just about every neighborhood in town has its own parlor. Camp Washington Chili, still owned by the same Greek family that opened it in 1940, is always a good bet. And if you need some help ordering, keep this in mind: A two-way is chili on spaghetti; a three-way adds cheese; a four-way, beans or onions; a five-way, onions and beans. And finally, let us leave you with this: if you want to fit in like a local, be sure to cut, not twirl, that spaghetti. AGAIN! CUT. NOT TWIRL! Follow that advice, and, in no time, you'll feel like you're right at home here along the banks of the O-Hi-O.