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Cincinnati Black Restaurant Week

November 18 - November 24


Cincinnati Black Restaurant Week

Cincinnati Black Restaurant Week Fall Edition is the best time to stuff your tummy with no regrets.

 

The Urban League Young Professionals of Greater Southwestern Ohio and Cincy Soul present Cincinnati Black Restaurant Week Fall Edition. During the week of November 18 – 24, Black-owned restaurants and eateries in the Greater Cincinnati area will be offering discounted specials.

You can visit one business a day or make the most of the week, and double the good eats. The choice is absolutely yours. Come out and support this great event and empower the Black-owned businesses right in OUR community.

 

How does Cincinnati Black Restaurant Week work?
1. Black-owned restaurants/eateries in the Greater Cincinnati area will offer discounted pricing on their menu items.
2. You may choose to eat at any of the participating restaurants throughout the week of November 11-24 during their hours of operation.

What restaurants are participating in Cincinnati Black Restaurant Week?
Alabama Que
Aunt Flora’s
Black Coffee
Burnett’s Soul Food
Conscious Kitchen
Copa
Darou Salam Restaurant
Davis Cookie Company
Express Wings
Goodies
Island Frydays
Jazzy Sweeties 
Just Q’in

KJ Seafood
Mango’s Tropical Oasis
Millie’s Place
Ollie’s Trolley
Sugar
Sweet Petite Desserts
Sweets and Meats
Talis Southern Bar and Grille

Teranga Restaurant
Triple J’s Bar-B-Que
Wing Champ The King of Wings


This will be a great opportunity to visit restaurants that you have been meaning to try in the city or simply try a different style of cuisine, from Caribbean to Hibachi to Soul Food to Vegan!

Here are several Cincinnati Black-owned Restaurants you can start with

View Cincinnati Black-owned Restaurants

 

A little about Urban League Young Professionals of Greater Southwestern Ohio
The Urban League Young Professionals of Greater Southwestern Ohio (ULYPGSO) is part of the National Urban League Young Professionals (NULYP) which consists of over 40 chapters in the country helping to advance the Urban League Movement through volunteerism, philanthropy and membership development.  We harness the talents, drive and compassion of men and women, ages 21-40, to generate direct and consistent support for the mission of the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio (ULGSO) affiliate, which is to transform generations by promoting personal empowerment and economic self-sufficiency.