BLACK RESTAURANT WEEK NOVEMBER 4TH – 11TH
Black Restaurant Week (November) is around the corner, many will be coming to Washington, D.C. with what will be served as one of the most anticipated events that the city hosts for black folks this year.
Black Restaurant Week will bring black restaurant owners, managers, chefs, caterers, thought leaders and financiers into one room to discuss options for entrepreneurial ventures and continuing education. Because we are a global city, black restaurants week will be inclusive with allied partners.
Below is a listing of events throughout the week you can attend to experience Black Restaurant Week with other Black owned business owners.
• Sunday November 4th “DMV Black Restaurant Week Kick-Off” at Union Oyster Bar and Lounge. RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dmv-black-restaurant-week-kick-off-tickets-50798295068
• Monday November 5th “R. R. Bowie Cocktail Competition sponsored by Grey Goose” at Service Bar DC. RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/r-r-bowie-cocktail-competition-sponsored-by-grey-goose-tickets-50799211810?aff=ebapi
• Tuesday November 6th “Cocktail and Conversation” at Republic Restoratives Distillery.
• Wednesday November 7th “Cocktail and Conversation with “All The Fly Kids Podcast” at Unconventional Diner. RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cocktail-and-conversation-with-all-the-fly-kids-podcast-tickets-50799879808?aff=ebapi
• Thursday November 8th “Cocktails and Conversation w/ Chef Elle Simone sponsored by The Wing DC” at The Wing Georgetown. RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cocktails-and-conversation-w-chef-elle-simone-sponsored-by-the-wing-dc-tickets-50801123528
• Saturday November 10th “The Business of Food and Beverage Education Conference” at University of the District of Columbia. RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-business-of-food-and-beverage-education-conference-tickets-50340440613
Register Today To Become A Volunteer: https://www.dmvbrw.com/
Though the culture and dynamic of the city has changed since the Obamas have departed — and we’re all shedding tears about it — there are places that still encompass what once was known as “Chocolate City.” From traditional soul food eateries to classic DC staples that have been ingrained in the community for decades, the district has something for every palate. – Kimberly Wilson of Essence Magazine
Here’s a list of the Top Black Owned Restaurants in Washington, DC.
– DCity Smokehouse
– Culture Coffee Too
– Half Smoke
– Kith and Kin
– American Tap Room
– Wine Bar Bin 1301
– Blue Waters CS Grill
– The Caged Bird
– Calabash Tea & Tonic
– Cheers at the Big Chair
– D’Lish Dish Catering
– The Delegate
– Fish Scale
– Hen Quarter
– Bens Next Door
– Queeta’s Palace Chateau Remix
– Union Olysters Bar & Lounge
– Smith Commons
– Sobe Restaurant
– Zesty Z
– Wicked Bloom
– Appioo Bar Grill
– Bus Boys & Poets
– Unconventional Diner
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