Ben’s Chili Bowl
Bill Cosby is helping a District of Columbia landmark expand across the Potomac.
Nothing is better during a cold winter day in DC than a nice bowl of hot, spicy chili. Take a look at these DC restaurants that have the best chili in town.
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Ben’s Chili Bowl, the famous U Street restaurant, is opening its first location across the Potomac River in Virginia.
Bill Cosby was on hand Thursday to celebrate the 55th anniversary of a Washington institution — Ben’s Chili Bowl.
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There is nothing like a warm bowl of chili to warm you up on those chilly D.C. winter nights. Find out where you can find some of the best bowls of chili in the area.