Historic Chicago Soul Food
A legendary destination for authentic soul food dishes like fried pork chops, salmon croquettes, collard greens and fried okra, Ruby's Restaurant was where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. hung out when he visited Chicago in 1966 for the open housing campaign. Originally called Edna's, this classic diner has been serving up homemade goodness in the Garfield Park community for over 50 years.
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