Tony loves the energy and edginess of big cities. He sets off on "some unfinished business" in Chicago.Go to Episode
615 W Randolph St., Chicago, IL 60661
619 W Randolph St., Chicago, IL 60661
Tony loves hot dogs, or any other meat in tube form for that matter. Not only does Hot Doug's serve the best of the best in hot dogs, but they also serve french fries fried in pure duck fat and, of course, the foie gras dog.
3324 North California Ave., Chicago, IL 60618
Tony, Louisa Chu and fellow chef Eric Ripert experience some Chicago fine dining at L2O, a seafood wonderland owned and run by acclaimed chef Laurent Gras.
2300 North Lincoln Park West, Chicago, IL
Avant-garde chef Homaro Cantu has been torching, deconstructing and reinventing food for years at his restaurant Moto. He introduces Tony to some of his creations such as 'Road Kill,' edible menus, 'Cuban Cigars' and a new twist on barbecue.
945 W Fulton Market, Chicago, IL 60607
Fat Johnnies Famous Red Hots
Tony meets with local Chicago foodie Peter Engler to visit Fat Johnnies for a taste of the heart-attack-inducing 'Mighty Dog,' a tamale and chili on a bun along with the accompanying beverage 'the Suicide.'
7242 S. Western Ave., Chicago, IL 60636
Tony meets up with a 10-year Chicago Police Detective to talk about the history of Chicago over breakfast.
3510 S Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60609
Silver Palm Restaurant
Tony pays a visit to Chicago's own shock jock, Mancow Muller. The two visit the Silver Palm restaurant for the house specialty: 'Three Little Pigs,' a gigantic sandwich made with three kinds of pork.
768 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60622
Tom Tom Tamales and Bakery
Peter Engler takes Tony on a tour of the Tom Tom Tamales factory, which first opened its doors in the 1930s.
4750 S Washtenaw Ave., Chicago Il 60632