Pianos remaining after August 27:

Previous pianos in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky:

Previous pianos in suburban Cincinnati and Warren and Butler Counties:

Price Hill Chili

4920 Glenway Ave.

Extended play: this piano will be available until Sept 17.

20 stories & pictures about “Price Hill Chili”

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  1. Andy takes a turn before heading off to Dennison.
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  2. A little wet on Sat. morning for the "Play Bach, I'm yours" event, but this is mainly under cover, so people stopped to listen for a bit on their way in and out of Price Hill Chili.
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  3. Twentieth stop on the tour...Price Hill Chili! I was floored that this piano only had 68 keys. I've never played on a piano smaller than the normal 88...as a result, I couldn't play half the stuff I normally play, and the stuff I did play I had to play the notes in a different octave register. I felt like Schroeder from Peanuts playing on his toy piano. The piano itself sounded great, though, probably because it was somewhat protected by the elements. Very, very appreciative people here, including one of the restaurant workers who took this photo. Some guy even took a video of me, despite my protests (because the piano was too small). My family and I went in to eat dinner after my "performance." Great food!
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  4. Olivia and Autumn Lawley playing the piano at Price Hill Chili.
  5. My daughters, Autumn, Ava and Olivia, couldn't wait to get their fingers on one of the pianos. We stopped by Price Hill Chili to play and decided to have lunch. What a fun time for all. Their piano teacher, Paul Walker, would have been proud!
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