1.5 min readBy Published On: August 7th, 2020Categories: Eat and Drink0 Comments on Boston Black Restaurant Month Kicks Off!

Here’s how you can participate!

The Boston Black Hospitality Coalition, teaming up with Nia Grace, owner of Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen in the South End, launched a new initiative to support Black owned restaurants in Boston. During August, the coalition aims to promote Black-owned restaurants through social media, running profiles on these businesses and launching giveaways while encouraging diners to visit or order from as many Black-owned restaurants as possible. 

The Boston Black Hospitality Coalition was created with the goal of preserving Black-owned restaurants and bars in the Boston area, which have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19. Details regarding Boston Black Restaurant Month can be found at bostonblackrestaurants.com, which features a list of Black-owned restaurants to frequent throughout August and beyond. 

In addition, the coalition also aims to launch four beer gardens across the city, including one hosted by Darryl’s in the South End at the Stanhope Garage, and one hosted by Roxbury’s District 7 Tavern at the corner of Quincy Street and Warren Street. Plans for two additional gardens at the Lawn on D and Boston Convention and Exhibition Center are being discussed.

How to participate:

Visit, order take out, or help spread the word about Black Owned restaurants in the neighborhood! 


Antonio’s Pizzeria

Auntie Vie’s Bakery Cafe

Bon Appetit

Bred Gourmet


Clarke’s Cakes & Cookies

Country Kitchen

Down Home Delivery

Family Affair Restaurant & Catering

Irie Jamaican Style Restaurant

Island Style Jamaican Restaurant

JP Roti Shop

Levi’s Restaurant and Lounge


Murl’s Kitchen

Natif Natal Restaurant

Next Step Soul Food Café

Oasis Café

Oasis Vegan Veggie Parlor

One Family Diner

Only One Jamaican Restaurant

Ripple Cafe

Singh’s Roti Shop

Taste of Eden

Vaughan Fish & Chips

Wingz & Tingz


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