Andrew Zimmern is Driven by Chicago's Diverse Foods
Take a tour of Chicago's diverse food options with Andrew Zimmern and his tour guides, the city's local cab drivers, as seen on Travel Channel's new series Andrew Zimmern's Driven by Food.
Andrew Zimmern's driver Cheryl, a Chicago native, takes him to the Jim's Original hot dog stand for polish sausage and her favorite, the pork chop sandwich.
An aerial view of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago after dark.
Lake Shore Drive
This stretch of expressway in Chicago borders Lake Michigan and is considered one of the most scenic urban parkways in America.
Andrew and his driver Rashid join in on an improv comedy class exercise at Chicago's Second City training center.
Andrew takes the lead in an exercise during a Second City improv comedy class.
Rashid and his friend Azamat, a fellow cab driver, take Andrew to Jibek Jolu for an authentic Kyrgyz meal.
Beyond Hot Dogs and Pizza
Andrew and Cheryl ate at Isla Pilipina, an authentic filipino restaurant on the North Side of Chicago.
Windy City Rollers
Chicago's women's roller derby team gears up for a bout.
Andrew and Rashid watch a roller derby bout with Chicago's Windy City Rollers team.
Andrew stopped at Logan Hardware, a bar with arcade games, in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood.
Andrew can barely contain his excitement playing pinball at Chicago's Logan Hardware bar.
Seriously, Andrew really likes pinball.
Andrew plays along with a bartender's illusion at the Uptown Underground magic bar in Chicago.
Andrew falls for the magician bartender's trick at Chicago's Uptown Underground magic bar.
Andrew checks out the famed blues club Rosa's Lounge during his stay in Chicago.
Deep dish isn't the only kind of pizza you'll find in Chicago. Rashid brings Andrew to Pizza Castle, a local haunt for Chicago pizza lovers in the know.
The beloved pizza joint near the airport is Andrew's final stop on his way out of Chicago.