Black-Owned Eating places in Boston: 18 Important Locations You Ought to Know


Despite a less-than-adventurous national reputation, Boston’s dining scene is really fueled by its diversity. Boston’s black-owned food scene particularly embodies the global diaspora, from the southern and Creole cultures of the states to Caribbean and Latin American countries to countries on the African continent and beyond. And it is only in the past few years that Black-owned restaurants have opened up in the entire greater Boston area, from an oyster bar to an Asian fusion restaurant to a Parisian crpes café. Without further ado, we present this list of the top Boston restaurants owned by Blacks. Get out there and stuff your faces, Boston.