Chili John's | Burbank | American | Restaurant
From a series of stainless-steel vats in the center of the room, the counterman at Chili John's scoops out pinkish beans, mounding them high in a yellow plastic bowl, then he carefully spoons thick, brick-red chili over the beans until the bowl nearly brims over onto the counter. With a flourish, he tops off the chili with a splash of bean water. He cocks an eyebrow, which means: "Would you like an extra little drizzle of orange grease with that?" Of course you do. Chili.

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Price: $
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards

Parking: Lot Available

Reservations: Not Accepted

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