Black Owned Restaurants in Central New Jersey You Can Support Right Now
With restaurants allowing outdoor dining beginning June 15th, many businesses are preparing for the arrival of diners. Along with the Black Lives Matter movement, people are looking to support black-owned businesses. Here are some black-owned restaurants you can support and dine-in beginning June 15th!
- 1911 Smokehouse BBQ in Trenton serves authentic smoked meat and is offering small groups to learn how to bartend and have cocktail parties. Click here for more.
- The Big Easy in Trenton is a Louisiana style food restaurant that has famous southern dishes.
- Health Is Wealth is a vegan/vegetarian restaurant in Trenton that serves vegan-friendly food with a Caribbean influence.
- Café Du Pain Bakery in Lawrenceville is a creole inspired bakery with a specialization in French pastries.
- Arlee’s Raw Blends located in Princeton offers healthy options that all members of your family can enjoy.
- Soon C Deli in Asbury Park is a soul-inspired restaurant that serves famous mac and cheese, shrimp, and more.
- Uncle Ralston’s in Freehold serves fresh, Jamaican inspired dishes.
- At The Table in Asbury Park is a southern-inspired, family-owned, and operated restaurant.
- Morgan’s Island Grill in Hightstown is a restaurant specializing in Caribbean dishes like jerk chicken and oxtail.
- Norah’s Irie Jamaican Restaurant in Long Branch serves authentic Jamaican cuisine.
- The Gingered Peach in Lawrenceville is a bakery that specializes in pastries, wedding cakes, and more.
Each of these restaurants has a unique flavor to it with an inspiring team behind it. Support a black-owned restaurant beginning next week and you will not regret picking from any of these businesses!
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