Chef Tim Love will sell his Texas Red chili at Chili Parlor in Fort Worth.

Chef Tim Love will sell his Texas Red chili at Chili Parlor in Fort Worth.

Brr, it's chilly outside. Chili, anyone?

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Chef Tim Love, the Fort Worth chef you might have seen on CNBC show Restaurant Startup, has opened a place called Chili Parlor inside the White Elephant Saloon. The bar, located in the Fort Worth Stockyards, is one of our favorite places to go boot scooting.

Chili Parlor opened Friday, Dec. 16. Love owns White Elephant Saloon, as well as several other Fort Worth establishments such as Lonesome Dove Western Bistro and Woodshed Smokehouse.

Recognize this chef? This is Tim Love, the guy selling $6 bowls of chili in Fort Worth.

Recognize this chef? This is Tim Love, the guy selling $6 bowls of chili in Fort Worth.

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Chili Parlor will be open every day from noon to 3 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. It'll also be open midnight to 1:30 a.m. on weekends, according to a publicist. Gotta love a place that feeds people after they've been two-stepping all night.

There are two simple steps to Chili Parlor:

  1. Order chili
  2. Order stuff to go on your chili.

Each bowl of Love's "Texas Red" chili costs $6 and comes with a side of corn bread. Toppings, which come at no cost, are: cheddar cheese, sour cream, cilantro, onions, japaleno, pico, tortilla strips, Fritos and crackers.

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