If you’re looking for that small-town diner with a vintage vibe and a menu with a variety of sandwiches, burgers, salads, and sides – look no further than Carl’s Townhouse, located in downtown Chillicothe, Ohio.
Black and white tiled floors, a throwback atmosphere, hot, fresh, delicious foods, and kind employees make the experience at Carl’s – and what we had for lunch was definitely a treat.
A grilled chicken club stacked high with grilled chicken, crispy bacon, fresh, crisp lettuce, and tomatoes, with mayonnaise between toasted, warm slices of white bread – this sandwich was a great introduction to the food that Carl’s had to offer. The chicken was grilled to perfection, perfectly matched up with the bacon to give it a crunchiness and a saltiness.
I chose to have a side of Macaroni and Cheese bites – salty, crunchy breading is grilled around macaroni and cheese, giving it a unique flavor and a nice twist on the traditional popular side.
We also ordered a BLT – with the perfect amount of bacon between two perfectly toasted pieces of bread. A side of crisp, hot, wavy french fries brought the sandwich together – while great with ketchup, it was awesome all on its own.
Carl’s Townhouse is located at:
95 W 2nd St
Chillicothe, OH 45601
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