On our Secret Food Tours Chicago, you'll get a taste for just how influential the immigrants that built this city have been on the food scene.
We begin with one of Chicago's most iconic foods and one that sets us apart from New York: deep dish pizza. A marvel of both flavor and engineering it's built "upside down" because it takes 45 minutes to bake.
Next we head to one of the oldest bars in "The Loop." We will experience the culinary influence of the Polish & German immigrants.
We next head up to the Winter Garden, located in the Harold P. Washington Library. Here we begin a wide-ranging historical and architectural introduction to one of the most important U.S. cities.
Chicago's public works of art are from some of the most renowned artists of the 20th century: including, Miro, Picasso, Calder, and Chagall. We'll pass Alexander Calder's Flamingo, as we discuss Chicago's most famous mayor and the legacy of public art he left behind.
Next up, a sweet treat beloved by Chicagoans and visitors alike.
Next, Chicago's oldest Italian restaurant. We will have the traditional Italian Beef Sandwich. There are many ways to order a beef, but only one way for locals: sweet, hot, and dipped.
As our journey continues, we head into the extravagant lobby of one of the few "Historic Hotels of America."
Then we'll have desert (our secret dish) with a view.
Break out your cameras for the next leg of our journey through Millennium Park. We have several selfie-worthy stops, including the iconic reflective "Cloud Gate" sculpture, commonly known as 'The Bean.'
*Our guide will be standing at the meeting spot to greet you with our orange Secret Food Tours umbrella so we are easy to spot!
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