Albany Park is one of Chicago's most ethnically diverse neighborhoods.
Since the 1970s, Albany Park has been a point of entry for immigrants from Asia and Latin America. As one of Chicago's most ethnically diverse neighborhoods, it boasts an unmatched array of multicultural restaurants, including local favorite Noon-O-Kabab and the celebrated falafel of Semiramis.
Along the Lawrence Avenue corridor, you will discover independently-owned grocery stores, delicious Korean cuisine and a collection of highly regarded Middle Eastern and Mexican restaurants.
But Albany Park is more than delicious Pad Thai and perfectly roasted kabobs. This charming community vaunts year-round musical and stage performances by the Albany Park Theater Project.