In support of efforts to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and in accordance with Governor Pritzker’s and Mayor Lori Lightfoot's restrictiions, the Rizal Community Center remains closed to the general public for the interim.
We are still working and available to receive and reply to email and voicemail. Please stay in touch, and thank you in advance if our response time is longer than usual. In the meantime, please visit us on Facebook. We're planning online programs and will keep you posted there.
We hope you and your loved ones are healthy and safe at home. We look forward to welcoming you back when it is safe and responsible to do so.
Please take care of yourself and one another.
SUPER SARAP! CHICAGO FILIPINO-OWNED RESTAURANTS
SUBO Filipino Kitchen 4712 N Kimball Avenue
Ruby's Fast Food 3740 W Montrose Avenue
Bayan Ko 1810 W Montrose Avenue
A Taste of Philippines 131 N Clinton Street
Wake n' Bacon 420 W Belmont Avenue
Cebu 2211 W North Avenue
Kawayan 4859 N Milwaukee Avenue
Bacolod Chicken Haus 6320 North Lincoln Avenue C & D
Merla's Kitchen 5207 N Kimball Avenue
Hiromi's Oriental Restaurant 3609 W Lawrence Avenue
Uncle Mike's Place 1700 W Grand Avenue
Max's Restaurant Chicago 5033 N Elston Avenue
Kubo Chicago 1232 W Belmont Avenue
Pampanga's Cuisine 6407 N Caldwell Avenue
Oscar's Foods 6130 1/2 W Belmont Avenue
Sunda Chicago 110 W Illinois Street
Uni-Mart One Stop Shopping 5845 N Clark Street
This list is by no means comprehensive — but it's a start. If you know of a restaurant or bar that should be added to the list or an update is needed, please let us know and we will be happy to do. Just send us a message on our Contact Us form. You can also email us at
The Filipino American Council of Greater Chicago is providing this information solely as a community service.
The Rizal Community Center is a multicultural, multigenerational community and cultural center located in Chicago's Lakeview neiighborhood! But it's more than a building. It's a revitalized way of thinking about who we are and how we engage with our community, our neighborhood, and our city.
The Rizal Community Center is a welcoming, dynamic place for people of all backgrounds to come together and participate in cultural experiences that nourish by inspiring learning and dialogue; foster bridging, appreciation, and understanding; celebrate our vibrant, diverse communities, and place in pluralistic American society; and call upon us to help nurture a more just and equitable society.
We do this through relevant programming in arts and culture, civic engagement, public policy, community education, and Filipino life; meaningful service to combat food insecurity and to empower people.
The Rizal Community Center operates under the aegis of the Filipino American Council of Greater Chicago, one of the oldest cultural organizations in the nation.
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