Sean Evans Tastes the Best Burgers in Chicago | The Burger Show

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, July 9, 2019
  • Hot Ones host Sean Evans eats the best burgers in his hometown, Chicago.

    From unique regional specialties, to high-end classics, Chicago has built a reputation for being a major burger destination of the Midwest. So who better to combine forces than with the city's hometown hero, the Spice Lord himself, Sean Evans.


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  • First We Feast

    First We Feast

     5 months ago +725

    What are the three best burger cities in America?

  • Gabriel Ramirez

    Gabriel Ramirez

     2 days ago

    All cheval sucks!! And so do the burgers in this video! Straight up tourist burgers no flavor

  • Sepelini T

    Sepelini T

     2 days ago

    'You were the quaterback?... And now we eating burgers! Lmao best lowkey burn ever!

  • Kelly Pedersen

    Kelly Pedersen

     4 days ago

    I'm from the south suburbs of Chicago, and grew up on the crispy-edge beauty that is the Schoop's hamburger. I could never figure out why these weren't more popular (but now, fast forward 3 decades, and . . .).
    As a kid, these burgers paired perfectly with a regional soda called Green River which , for the uninitiated, is like drinking a glass of lime Jell-O, but even sweeter (I think some Schoop's locations even make Green River shakes).

  • Troy Lee

    Troy Lee

     7 days ago

    It was fun.. through meat, cheese, and bun xD give this man the Nobel Peace Prize already

  • Jagger

    Jagger

     7 days ago

    Wasn't at all hungry and in a meh mood while working and then started binging this series and now I'm starving and smiling, thanks ❤️

  • zemar's 51 backwards guys

    zemar's 51 backwards guys

     7 days ago

    "Who is mia khalifa, sorry?"
    Oh you fuckin liar!

  • zemar's 51 backwards guys

    zemar's 51 backwards guys

     7 days ago

    Kevin sounds more american than me....

  • ZiggyZeg 2005

    ZiggyZeg 2005

     7 days ago

    Sean shows a much cooler side in this video, than he normally does. On hot ones he just stays calm, but here he fucking throws food in the air, and catches with he's mouth! Who has ever done that before?

  • Hakuna Matata

    Hakuna Matata

     7 days ago

    I think i found someone who will finally appriciate Ted from HIMYM

  • Randy Hudgins

    Randy Hudgins

     7 days ago

    Got to toast that bun!

  • Eric Robbins

    Eric Robbins

     14 days ago

    If you think there is good food in the Midwest you have very low standards, or no standards at all. Stopped at 0:22. Quit smashing the beef down. Let it cook naturally bozos. It’s not complicated.

  • Aaron Reed

    Aaron Reed

     14 days ago

    Those were the saddest, palest looking tomatoes I've ever seen in my entire life.

  • William Delaney

    William Delaney

     14 days ago

    So no Kuma’s Corner?

  • Alvaro Hernandez

    Alvaro Hernandez

     14 days ago +1

    6:28 no you fucking cant you fat fuck! nobody can. ground beef is ground beef. all that matters is fat content...and theirs looked coarse ground.

  • sean wilkens-hays

    sean wilkens-hays

     14 days ago

    But the burgers are amazing

  • sean wilkens-hays

    sean wilkens-hays

     14 days ago

    They forgot to mention Portillios

  • Paul Peterson

    Paul Peterson

     14 days ago

    I'm from Chicago, love the food scene here, and I am a burger guy; however, Chicago Dogs are number 1, seven toppings to Heaven. The lacy-edge burger is fantastic, but not nearly so classic as Deep Dish Pizza, which says Chicago much more emphatically than any hamburger could.

  • AkodoAkira1

    AkodoAkira1

     14 days ago

    Wait. You're going to use Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle" to describe what makes a good hamburger? Are you insane?

  • Jeff C

    Jeff C

     14 days ago

    I was dying when they mentioned mia khalifa 😂