Where to Support Black-Owned Restaurants Nationwide


Many Americans are turning the spotlight on black-owned businesses amid calls for justice and support for the black community.

Users have taken to social media to show support for black-owned dining establishments around the country.

Find a breakdown of black-owned restaurants, eateries and bars near you below, culled from this list from GMA and resources compiled by various RADIO.COM stations.


ATL food site Atlanta Eats shared a video informing viewers about the city’s many black-owned restaurants. The food blog’s Trisha Pintavorn is maintaining an ongoing list of these here.


Austin Monthly shared a list on an Instagram post, tagging the black-owned restaurants in the image’s caption.


The Infatuation, a Chicago food site, shared a list of Windy City eateries that are black-owned.

New York

Food blog New Fork City shared a list of black-owned restaurants in the city. The list includes establishments from all five boroughs.

Kansas City

Feast Magazine has assembled a list of the Missouri city’s black-owned food spots here.

Los Angeles

The LA Times have compiled a running list of black-owned restaurants in this article.

New Orleans

The city of NOLA posted a whopping list of its black-owned eateries, put together with assistance from Welcome Magazine.


KSFM compiled this list of black-owned restaurants in Sacramento.

San Diego

Travel blogger @packslight put together this list of black-owned eateries in San Diego.

Vegan in San Diego also shared a list of these black-owned vegan and vegan-friendly options.

San Francisco

KROQ and ALT105.3’s Megan Holiday shared a spreadsheet of black-owned restaurants in the Bay Area.


Food writer Rose Demun shared a list of black-owned restaurants in Seattle. For more ideas on how to support black-owned restaurants in Seattle, visit this article from The Sound.

St. Louis

In addition to its Kansas City guide, St. Louis put together this list of black-owned businesses in St. Louis.

Washington, DC

Anela Malik, a food blogger, shared a list of establishments in the nation’s capital and DMV area that are black-owned and currently open for business during the pandemic.

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