Enjoy the Best Chili in Louisville To-Go

chili in Louisville

On a chilly fall night, there’s nothing better than warming up with a bowl of chili. If you’re in the mood for comforting food, several local restaurants offer some of the best chili in Louisville. Order delivery or pickup from these eateries near our Louisville apartments.

Check’s Cafe

A Louisville favorite for over 70 years, Check’s Cafe offers strong drinks and tasty meals that keep everyone coming back. The chefs are masters in the kitchen. They create both American and German favorites and only use the finest, freshest ingredients. For dinner, sample Check’s famous chili. Served since 1944, you can enjoy it with cheese and spaghetti. The restaurant is open daily for curbside pickup until 9:00 p.m.

Momma’s Mustard, Pickles & BBQ

When Chad was growing up, his mom made huge batches of her famous mustard and pickles at Christmastime. Years later, he took the winnings from the small share of a Kentucky Derby horse and purchased a food truck. That’s how Momma’s Mustard, Pickles & BBQ was born. Today, Chad also owns brick and motor locations and specializes in Kansas City-style barbecue. Enjoy a hearty bowl of chili with onions and cheese. Don’t forget to try the restaurant’s fried pickles, and order for pickup.

Troll Pub 

Featuring historic ambiance, Troll Pub is a Louisville destination for lunch and dinner. It’s found on the site of the original Galt House Hotel built in 1834. The restaurant offers a fun journey back in time. The chefs use both modern and time-honored recipes and prepare every dish from scratch. Their chili is a customer favorite. It’s piled high with scallions, cheddar cheese, and fried tortilla chips, and pairs well with the loaded Troll fries. The restaurant offers both delivery and curbside pickup. 

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