Chicago is a city of both innovation and tradition. Andrew gets a taste of the Chicago's diverse food scene, including traditional cooking classics and world-renowned chefs who create new concoctions with ...Go to Episode
Franks 'N' Dawgs
Franks 'N' Dawgs' hot dogs are more than a food -- they're an art. The sausage are filled with duck confit hot dogs, beef masala, orange marmalade and more.
1863 N. Clybourn Ave. Chicago, IL 60614
Twenty chefs use modern technology to concoct some innovative food combinations that result in explosive flavor.
1723 North Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60614
Graham Elliot Restaurant
Andrew travels to Chicago's South Side to visit this restaurant. Graham Elliot happens to be the youngest Michelin-starred chef in America.
217 W. Huron Street Chicago, IL 60654
Andrew visits Uncle John's, a restaurant known for some fo the best barbeque in Chicago and prepared in an aquarium smoker.
337 E. 69th Street Chicago, IL 60637
Andrew meets up with Chicago Restaurant owner Rick Bayliss, a world renowned authority on authentic Mexican food, to try the Mexican cuisine at Bayliss' new restaurant.
449 North Clark Street Chicago, IL
Andrew heads to Mado, where the owner gives lessons on how to butcher an animal and determine the tastiest cuts of meat on a pig.
1647 North Milwaukee Ave. Chicago, IL 60647
Ruby's Fast Food
Andrew takes a food tour through the diverse neighborhood of Albany Park, where his first stop is at Ruby's Fast Food.
3740 W. Montrose Ave., Chicago, IL 60618
Kang Nam Restaurant
King Nam is the second stop for Andrew as he makes a food crawl through Chicago's Albany Park neighborhood.
4849 N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago, IL 60625
Andrew makes a quick stop at this restaurant to taste Korean fermented cabbage served on Mexican tacos.
4712 N. Kimball Ave., Chicago, IL 60625