Touches of traditional Mexican art decorate the dining room as well as the newly renovated outdoor patio. Originally named el rebozo, paco took over the restaurant from a friend and changed the name to new rebozo. The word "rebozo" is a women's shawl worn by mexican women. Now, you aren't given a rebozo when you walk in the restaurant, you are, however, embraced by the staff and paco especially, mimicking the feel of a shawl around your shoulders.



  • Had shrimp tacos last night with horchata Absolutely outstanding. Chef came out to each table. Great service, salsa was excellent
    chips a little thick and heavy I recommend highly.

    Mack H.'s

    Yelp Review

Suprisingly, Paco opened the restaurant with no formal training or knowledge of restaurants, just his family recipes. Over the 20 years that New Rebozo has been opened in Oak Park the menu has changed only three times. In 1998, Chef Paco studied at the Institute of Art in Chicago, giving him further knowledge to create fantastic, unique specials.


New Rebozo Chicago

46 E. Superior,

Chicago, IL 60611

Phone. 312-202-9141

Email. Chicago@newrebozo.com

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New Rebozo Oak Park

1116 Madison Steet,

Oak Park, IL 60302

Phone. 708-445-0370

Email. Eat@newrebozo.com

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