Help support the Israel Idonije Foundation (IIF), a non-profit organization founded by the Chicago Bears defensive lineman that provides educational support and life assistance to economically disadvantaged communities, just by dining at Park 52.
An entree on the Hyde Park restaurant’s brunch menu, the “Station 71” (so named for the number emblazoned on Idonije’s Bears jersey), will help benefit the organization. For every “Station 71” entree ordered, $1 of the $15 price will go toward supporting the IIF. The hearty brunch item features a fried catfish filet, two eggs prepared any style, grits and toast – a morning meal fit for a 6-foot-6-inch, 270-pound defensive tackle, who just might be dining a few tables away (if it’s not a game day, that is).
Park 52 serves brunch every Sunday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
The Israel Idonije Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, which exists to extend positive, life-changing opportunities to families and individuals in economically disadvantaged communities. The foundation promotes the pursuit of education and knowledge, while providing programs for youth and community members, in hope that they may actualize and maximize their full potential. For more information, visit http://www.israelidonije.org.Park 52 5201 S. Harper Ave. Chicago, IL 60615 772.241.5200 www.park52chicago.com