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Several local Black-owned restaurants are offering exclusive discounts this week!

Looking to savor exquisite flavors while supporting local entrepreneurs? Dive into Cincinnati’s dynamic culinary scene with a guide to specials at Black-Owned restaurants this week. Indulge in gourmet dining experiences, highlighting tasteful cuisine and bolstering community support for minority-owned businesses.

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Cincinnati Black-owned Restaurant Specials 

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Stationary Truck: Clippard YMCA: 8920 Cheviot Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45251 (Colerain) 
Mobile Truck: 
Tuesday: Powel Crosley YMCA 9601 Winton Rd 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Wednesday: Gamble Nippert YMCA 3159 Montana Ave 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Thursday: Powel Crosley YMCA 9601 Winton Rd 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Friday: Christ Hospital 2123 Auburn Ave 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 
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Special: Anyone who mentions their listing with VOBC gets 10% off.

Chef Nem Kitchen

3305 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH 45229 (Avondale)
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Special: Party wing salmon fry combination for $20 (10 party wings, any flavor of choice with the salmon fries).

Cream + Sugar Coffee House

3546 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, OH 45207 (Evanston) 
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Special: 10% off the maple peanut butter breakfast toast, cold brew, Mediterranean and Southwest Salad, and strawberry refresher.

Couple enjoying the Black-owned restaurant specials.
Enjoy the Cincinnati Black-owned restaurant specials with a loved one!

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4926 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH 45237 (Bond Hill) 
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Special: 10% off a dozen or more cookies.

Divine Appetite Cafe 

8982 Cincinnati Columbus Road, West Chester, OH 45069 (West Chester) 
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Special: Mention the restaurant’s special week to get 10% off.

French Toast Heaven

4877 Smith Road, West Chester, OH 45069 (West Chester) 
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Special: Chef Maurice Breakfast Combo for $13 (Originally $16).

Saturday Morning Vibes 

3539 Reading Road, Suite 101, Cincinnati, OH 45229 (Avondale) 
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Special: BOGO 1/2 off the signature Cinnamon Toast Caramel Crunch or Madagascar White Chocolate iced coffee.  

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Sewovi Foods 

Delivery Only 
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Special: 30% OFF $50 or more CODE: CINCYWEEK  
15% OFF $5 or more CODE: BLKHSTRY 
50% OFF a dozen donuts CODE: PUFFPUFF 

Southern Grace Cincy  

3751 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, OH 45212 (Evanston) 
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Special: Wings combo baskets and seafood baskets for $14. 

The girls enjoying Black-Owned Restaurant Specials
Have a girls’ day and enjoy the Black-owned restaurant specials.

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Celebrate Cincinnati’s diverse culinary heritage by experiencing the flavors of Black-owned restaurants. Whether a local foodie or visiting the city, take advantage of the opportunity to support minority-owned businesses and savor exceptional dining experiences.  

Keep the community spirit alive beyond restaurant week by continuing to dine at Black-owned restaurants in Cincinnati! 

All restaurants are subject to an Ohio health inspection. Health inspections are periodic check-ins to ensure restaurants are running safely and clean for guests. Food safety certifications are given to restaurants that meet the current food safety standards.   

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Written by Dana Ghanem

Dana Ghanem, a writer at The Voice of Black Cincinnati, specializes in business-related topics. Dana's insightful reporting helps local entrepreneurs and businesses gain visibility while providing readers with the latest trends and opportunities in Cincinnati's business landscape. Her articles are a testament to her commitment to fostering economic growth and entrepreneurship within the Black community. Connect with Dana on LinkedIn to discover her professional insights and contributions.


  1. I don’t know if it’s Black owned, but the chef at The Apertur in Walnut Hills on McMillan is African American and he is unbelievably good. While the clientele so far seems to be mostly Euro American and the prices not cheap, for a really special atmosphere and food really a class above anything I have tasted before, patronize your especially talented African American chef! Since this restaurant is in an African American neighborhood and everyone deserves the best, I hope the clientele can soon be mostly African American.

  2. Thanks for spreading the news for Black Owners to thrive in Cincinnati need more support like this. Thank you Crystal

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