Real Chili has 2 locations both on Wells St. One is near Marquette and the other at 419 E. Wells near Cathedral Square Park. It is warm, friendly and really old-fashioned with red walls and black and white floor. You order at the counter and then pick up when they call your number. There are individual tables along the wall as well as bar seating and long communal tables with red topped stools. The first location opened in 1931 by Francis Honesh who bought the recipe from Chili John’s in Green Bay. The chili comes in 3 levels of heat and is served with spaghetti and beans – a Cincinnati style variety. It also comes with a bowl of oyster crackers to mix in for crunch. Cheese, sour cream, jalapeños, onions are in separate bowls and each cost extra. It is nothing fancy but good, honest comfort food in a totally welcoming environment. Go if you’re in the area.