Five Anchor Mission Restaurants to Try During Chicago Restaurant Week

Consider visiting an Anchor Mission restaurant this Chicago Restaurant Week ending Sunday, Feb. 4
Dishes from 5 Rabanitos Restaurant
Dishes from 5 Rabanitos Restaurant

Anchor Mission means addressing racial and economic inequity by building community wealth.  As an Anchor Mission institution, RUSH recognizes that economic stability has a direct impact on the lives and health of the communities we serve.   

Everyone can make a difference in ensuring equity for our patients and community. This Chicago Restaurant Week, we are putting a spotlight on these five anchor mission restaurants you can support.  

5 Rabanitos Restaurante & Taqueria 

Enjoy classical Mexican cuisine in a bright and lively setting. One block from the National Museum of Mexican Art, and one block from the 18th Street station on the CTA Pink Line. Parking is available on 18th Street, as well as side streets. Menu features calabacita gratinada and enchiladas de mole.  

1758 West 18th St, Chicago, IL 60608 

Baba Pita - Middle Eastern Scratch Kitchen and Bakery 

Explore Middle Eastern cuisine at this family-owned business featuring traditional recipes cooked from scratch. Menu features chicken kufta and baba ghannouj.  

2343 W Taylor St,  Chicago, IL 60612 

Lao Peng You 

Traditional Chinese food featuring fresh dumpling and noodles served in a casual setting. 

2020 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60622 

Sweet Maple Café 

This eatery offers country-style comfort food including all-day breakfast in a homey setting. Menu features specialty omelets and sandwiches.  

1339 W. Taylor Street Chicago, IL 60607 

Lou Malnati's – North Lawndale 

Family-owned local chain for Italian classics and Chicago-style, deep-dish pizzas with buttery crusts. 

3859 West Ogden Avenue, Chicago, IL 60623 

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