Jollibee Launches in Downtown Chicago

June 20, 2020
Food

Jollibee, a Filipino multinational fast food chain, was launched in a cloud kitchen in the River North area of Chicago last Thursday.

Cloud kitchens cater food businesses that offer takeout or delivery only. One of these is Kitchen United that accommodates 16 independent restaurants in Chicago, now including the new Jollibee.

In July 2016, thousands of people waited for hours when the first Jollibee opened in north suburban Skokie. This only proves how popular and valued it is, owned by the Jollibee Foods Corporation. 

Skokie Mayor George Van Dusen, right, and others at a preview of the Jollibee restaurant in Skokie dip into a huge bucket of the restaurant's popular Chickenjoy on the eve of the grand opening in 2016. (Mike Isaacs / Pioneer Press)


The new Jollibee will offer a limited fan-favorites menu that is for pick-up or delivery through DoorDash. With this, folks can enjoy good food safely.

Even though the menu doesn’t have as much variety as other Jollibee locations, the much-loved food choices such as the sweet Jolly Spaghetti remain. 

Also, to celebrate the opening, Jollibee is offering some social media freebies, as well as a collectible toy for orders of $30 or more during the first month.

You may check their menu at order.kitchenunited.com/chicago/menu/jollibee.


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