30 Black-Owned Restaurants Across The US To Order From Today


G’s Jamaican Quisine (Kansas City, Missouri)

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“This is a great spot for authentic Jamaican food. Other than a few restaurants in Jamaica, I’ve never found a restaurant that compares to it. The jerk chicken with cabbage and red beans and rice is my favorite.” —sendtoiletpaperagain

7940 Troost Ave.; Kansas City, Missouri


Red Rooster (New York, New York)

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“Owned by chef Marcus Samuelsson, there’s also an off-shoot of this Harlem eatery in London. The food is amazing as is the music and overall atmosphere.” —Starlitmoon

310 Malcolm X Blvd.; New York, New York; redroosterharlem.com


South (Sacramento, California)


Zemeta Ethiopian Restaurant (Rochester, New York)

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“If you’ve never had Ethiopian food, you should try it ASAP. I’ve been to many different Ethiopian restaurants in much larger cities than Rochester, but this place just blows them all away. It’s a small spot, run by a very nice Ethiopian family and the food is out of this world. —frontrow333

1009 S Clinton Ave.; Rochester, New York


Wendy’s House of Soul (Minneapolis, Minnesota)


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“Wendy puts her own twist on soul food with dishes like ‘Soul Rolls,’ egg roll wrappers filled with anything like mac ‘n’ cheese, taco filling, or polish sausage. She also makes the best fries and tots that I’ve ever had.” —daisydoo182

1021 W Broadway Ave.; Near North, Minnesotta

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