These Cincinnati Black-owned restaurants have a variety foods ready to please all taste buds!


Cincinnati has a lot of great food to choose from, but your chances of stumbling upon a Black-owned business is very unlikely. Places like Ollie’s Trolley is loved by both locals and tourist. Here is a list of Cincinnati Black-owned restaurants to grab a bite. The information in this article is as current as the publication date. Readers are encouraged to confirm the information prior to acting. 

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Alabama Q
2733 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH  45219
513-376-8781

 

C & M BBQ Grill
6457 Kennedy Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45213
513-322-3292

 

Chick-fil-A at Western Hills
6495 Glenway Avenue
Cincinnati, OH  45211
513-598-9400

 

Conscious Kitchen
2912 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH  45219
513-281-2525
Signature Dish: Carrot Fries

 

Darou Salam Restaurant
4163 Hamilton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45223
513-681-3663

 

Davis Cookie Collection
513-313-3663
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Divine Appetite Café
8982 Cincinnati Columbus Road
West Chester, OH 45069
513-777-2111

 

Eddie’s Southern Style BBQ
7633 Dixie Hwy
Florence, KY  41042
859-525-0771

 

Emma’s All in One Restaurant and Catering
3122 Harrison Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45211
513-481-2200

 

Goodie’s Southern Style BBQ
7440 Hamilton Avenue

Cincinnati, OH  45231
513-264-1631

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Habesha
5070 Crookshank Road
Cincinnati, OH 45238
513-429-4890

 

Island Frydays
2826 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH  45219
513-498-0680

 

J & W Bar-B-Que
5644 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH  45212

513-731-0679

 

Just Cookin’ Catering & Carryout
316 West 15th Street
Cincinnati, OH  45202
513-621-3663

 

Just Jerks Food Truck
411 W. Kemper Road
Cincinnati, OH 45246
513-645-3847

 

Just Q’in BBQ Restaurant
975 E. McMillan Street

Cincinnati, OH  45206
513-386-4848

 

K&J Seafood
2516 Clifton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-873-8727

 

Lala’s Blissful Bites
619 Main Street

Cincinnati, OH  45202
513-421-7768

 

Mardi Gras on Madison
1524 Madison Road
Cincinnati, OH  45206
513-873-9041

 

Millie’s Place
5923 Madison Road

Cincinnati, OH  45227
513-527-4075

 

Ollie’s Trolley
1607 Central Avenue

Cincinnati, OH  45214
513-381-6100

 

Park Place Restaurant
1185 Kemper Meadow Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45240
513-825-8888

 

Pluto’s Café
1817 West Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH 45239
513-407-4348

 

Rasheedah’s Café II
5922 Hamilton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH  45224
513-351-1129

 

Sweet Petit Desserts
1426 Race Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-443-5094
Signature Dish: Red Velvet Cupcake

 

Sweets by LaDawn
7031 Plainfield Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236
513-791-7938

 

 

Teranga Restaurant
8438 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45216
513-821-1300

 

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If there are any Cincinnati Black-owned restaurants or eateries that we’ve missed, please add the business to our Black-owned Business Database. Black-owned restaurants and eateries that submit information to our database, subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook will be considered for this list.  

*Please note that this list is user-submitted.  We encourage our readers to call the Black-owned restaurants listed in this article to confirm locations, hours and menu items.

 

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Marissa Staples, Writer
The Voice of Black Cincinnati

 

 

10 comments

  1. Thanks for the listing. However I wish that the list would’ve been arranged so I could print it in less than 6 pages. Is The Country Preacher on Madison Road a black owned restaurant? Is the New Orleans style restaurant at De Sales Corner still open? These might be a welcomed addition to your list is the answer is “yes”. Thank you for your informative pages.

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