When the winter chill sets in and you’ve maxed out your craving for soup, then it’s time to try one of the many spots in Seattle for spicy chili. This hearty dish will fill you up and make you forget the oh-so-frightful weather outside. Enjoy!
MAGGIE BLUFFS MARINA GRILL
The only thing better than the view of Elliott Bay here may be the prime rib chili, made with high-quality prime rib, then layered with sour cream and cheddar cheese. $5.59/cup, $6.99/bowl. Magnolia, 2601 W Marina Place; 206.283.8322; maggiebluffs.com
SLIM’S LAST CHANCE CHILI SHACK & WATERING HOLE
This 21-and-older hotspot serves up a rich, robust blend of house-ground chili spices and serrano chilies in its famous turkey and white bean chili. $5.25/cup, $8.25/bowl, $18/quart. Georgetown, 5606 First Ave. S; 206.762.7900; slimslastchance.com
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