The Orange Garden is the oldest Chinese Restaurant in the city of Chicago, dating back to the late 1920’s. Not only that, but it’s sign is the oldest neon sign in the city. When it was built, the owner wanted it to appeal to American sensibilities and gave it the feel of of an Art Deco diner. You got to love the old-school offering - Chop Suey!
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