Worldview takes guided tour of Chicago’s ethnic bars
Chicago has a rich bar culture. And it’s been that way since the early 20th century, when the saloon played an important role for immigrants trying to adjust to American life.
teaches Chicago literature and history at Northwestern University during the day. At night, he’s a bartender on the North Side.
Bill recently took Worldview’s Maham Khan on a tour of some of Chicago’s storied ethnic watering holes. They began at a tavern in Chicago’s North Center neighborhood.