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Black Owned Restaurants in Texas


With a population of over 1.4 million people, the restaurant scene in Dallas is beyond epic with a wide array of cuisine available at your fingertips. Dallas is also known for having the second-largest metro population of African-Americans in Texas itself, so the blacked owned restaurant scene is absolutely ripe for the picking with incredible selections throughout the city. Here are just a few of the options if you’re looking to dine in one of the best Black-owned restaurants in Texas. (Oxtails and Rice in Caption – Courtesy of the Island Spot in Dallas)

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  • Aunt Irene’s Kitchen
  • Baker’s Ribs
  • Bam’s  Vegan
  • Belzoni’s Catfish Cafe’
  • Black Coffee
  • Brickhouse Burgers and Shakes
  • CAFE 214
  • Cafe Mila
  • Cake Bar
  • Catfish Floyd’s
  • Chef Point Bar & Restaurant
  • Chocolate Secrets
  • Da Munchies 
  • Daddy Mac’s Chicken 
  • Drew’s Place Soul Food 
  • Emerald City Bar & Grill
  • Jamaica Cook Shop
  • Jamaica Gates Caribbean Cuisine 
  • Kemi’s African Kitchen
  • Kessler Baking Studio
  • Krab Kingz
  • Lo-Lo’s Chicken & Waffles 
  • One Love Lounge 
  • Off The Bone Barbeque
  • OOOWWWEEE Wangz N Catfish
  • Record’s Barbecue
  • Reggae Wings & Tings
  • Rosako’s Soulfood and BBQ
  • Roots Chicken Shak
  • The Colossal Sandwich Shop
  • The Crazy Crab Pot
  • The Island Spot 
  • TX BBQ and Burgers
  • Val’s Cheesecakes
  • Berry Best BBQ
  • Hall’s Honey-Fried Chicken 
  • Invasion
  • Loft22 Cakes 
  • Nana’s Kitchen
  • Hershey’s Palace
  • Smoke’N Ash BBQ
  • Smokey John’s Bar-B-Que & Home Cooking
  • The Daiquiri Shoppe 
  • Tj’s Catfish & WIngs 
  • TLC Vegan Kitchen
  • Turkey Leg Paradise
  • True Kitchen + Kocktails
  • Cinnaholic
  • J’s International Grill
  • Shuri African Restaurant
  • Pangea Restaurant & Bar

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