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!