Black-Owned Food + Restaurants to Support in Detroit


Detroit is proud to host a rich history of food and drink, which includes many black-owned bars, restaurants, and other businesses. Now, more than ever, amidst the pandemic and its disproportionate effect on black communities– layered in with systematic racial injustice– we understand the vitality of supporting black-owned businesses right here in Detroit.

One small way to make a positive impact is to support our treasured black-owned businesses. Redirecting our economic resources is a small way to effect change. Our efforts will help keep people employed and support our black community, loved ones, and black-owned businesses through a continued trying time.

Becoming a better ally begins with making a choice. The choice to show up– no matter the size of the impact– is up to you.

Black-Owned Restaurants in Detroit:

Bakers Keyboard Lounge

Bert’s/Motown Bistro

The Block

Burger Grille

City Wings

Cooking With Que

Coop Caribbean

The D Loft Cafe


Detroit Dough

Detroit Mini Donut

The Detroit Pepper Company

Detroit Vegan Soul

Detroit Sip

Detroit Soul

Durden’s Catering

Fat Daddy’s Chicken and Waffles

Floods Bar and Grill


Food Exchange

Good Cakes and Bakes

Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken

House of Pure Vin

Ima Noodles

IVY Kitchen and Cocktails

The Jamaican Pot

Kuzzos Chicken and Waffles

La Crepe

Lana’s Bakeshop Cafe & Sweets

Le Culture Cafe

Louisiana Creole Gumbo

Lucki’s Cheesecakes

Maty’s African Cuisines

Mookie’s Soulfood

Motown Bistro

Munchies Family Coney Island

Narrow Way Cafe

Norma G’s Cuisine

Park’s Old Style Bar-B-Q

Pasta Bowl Detroit

Petite Sweets

Savannah Blue

Sweet Potato Sensations

Table No. 2

Yum Village

Zoup (Square Lake and Woodward/Bloomfield Hills)

Did we miss a restaurant or your favorite Detroit food that should be added to this list? Comment and we’ll add it in.


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