Discover the stories and history behind popular Chinese dishes like dim sum and chop suey at the new exhibit, “Chinese Cusine in America: Stories, Struggles and Successes,” at the Chinese American Museum of Chicago.
Explore the popularization of Chinese cuisine and the immigration tales that are connected to it in this multi-faced exhibit. Learn how Chinese culture helped build Chicago into a major culinary city as well as the history of important local restaurants like Bob Chinn’s Crab House, Sun Wah BBQ and Friendship Chinese Restaurant.
The Chinese American Museum is open Wednesday from 9:30-2 pm, Friday 9:30-2 pm, Saturday 10 -4 pm and Sunday 10- 4 pm. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $8 for adults.
Chinese Culture in America
Chinese American Museum of Chicago, 238 E. 23rd St.
Through June 2023
Free with an $8 suggested donation