– [Elliott] Smells great, I’m
gonna waft it out to the cars. Smoked meat! (Sam laughs) (upbeat instrumental music) – [Marley] It’s
time to get cozy. All right, let’s go.
– Dig in? – I like your attitude, dig in. – All right. – [Marley] With dishes
straight from mom’s kitchen. – Now, this is a little special. – [Marley] This week, it’s
all about comfort food. Elliott’s getting a taste
of southern fried goodness. – I love the catfish. So much comfort. – [Marley] Then, I go old school for a true Detroit-style staple. – The chili comes from Detroit. It’s all coming from Michigan. – We’re here for just a good
old traditional sloppy joe. Call your mom. – My mom used to make sloppy
joes at home all the time. – [Marley] Chicago’s Best
Comfort Food starts right now. – It’s meat Mardi Gras. I’m the meat captain. – [Elliott] This
is Chicago’s Best. – [Marley] We’re on a mission to discover the hidden gems. – Juicy, sweet. – [Waiter] How you doing, man? (machinery grinding) I’ll take good care of
you, brother, thank you. – [Marley] And all-time faves. – You only get it
here in Chicago. – That is incredible. You can’t live without. – Get out of downtown. Get into the neighborhoods. (foil crinkling) – Your first time. We like newbies. – Mike, on Facebook. – Contessa sent us here. – [Marley] This is your show. – Yes, yes yes! – We got the best, in town. – [Elliott] Hope you’re hungry. – Cheers. – All right, cheers. – [Marley] Chicago’s
Best starts right now.