Gold Star Chili at 2930 Towne Blvd. in Middletown is showing off its new menu and new interior following a complete remodel of the business.
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Gold Star Chili unveils new menu at remodeled Butler County location

The revamp, which closed the restaurant for weeks, features the company’s new restaurant design, which aims to meld the Cincinnati chili parlor experience into “a comfortable, contemporary environment,” according to the company.

Gold Star Chili at 2930 Towne Blvd. in Middletown is showing off its new menu and new interior following a complete remodel of the business.
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“Our customers are a part of our family,” said franchise owner Emad Hamdan. “We cannot thank them enough for their loyalty and continued support of our restaurant and we hope they enjoy the improvements we made to our location.”

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Featured on the new menu is not only the Cincinnati icon’s secret family recipe chili, but also new items like fresh-grilled burgers topped with Gold Star’s secret “Heavenly” sauce, a nod back to Gold Star’s roots as Hamburger Heaven.

Gold Star Chili at 2930 Towne Blvd. in Middletown is showing off its new menu and new interior following a complete remodel of the business.
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Also offered at the revamped location are double-decker deli sandwiches, salads, specialty fries and milk shakes.

A grand reopening celebration will be held later this month.

Founded in 1965 by the four Daoud brothers, Gold Star Chili now has 87 locations in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

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