CINCINNATI -- We all express love in different ways, but chef David Falk prefers the timeless, pouring your heart out to a piece of paper kind of way -- a love letter.
Chef Falk, owner of the Boca Restaurant Group, now has three delectable restaurants shoulder-to-shoulder on 6th Street in the heart of downtown -- Boca, Nada and Sotto.
Falk couldn't contain his love for the Queen City any longer, so he decided to write a love letter to "express gratitude for a city that has embraced me and my team, I want nothing more than to embrace it back," he said.
Chef Falk proves that he is the Queen City's No. 1 fan by professing his love for one specific, overly talked about Cincinnati delight -- the chili.
"When I left, Cincinnati's food scene was largely uninspired. Although, I must admit, I've always been intoxicated by your controversial chili. This strange Greek concoction maligned by some, fiercely defended by others, nursed me through so many hangovers (and contributed to a few)."
Speaking for the city, with open arms -- we love you too, David.
To read the full love letter, click here.
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