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Black-owned restaurants celebrate Black Restaurant Week

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Black Restaurant Week, LLC, an organization that celebrates African, African American and Caribbean cuisine through a series of cultural events, will host its second Indianapolis campaign from July 23 to Aug. 1. During this event, participating Black-owned restaurants will serve special prix fixe meals, which are several-course meals offered at a total fixed price.

Local restaurants participating are:

  • The Missing Brick
  • His Place Eatery
  • Huge Impact Mobile Food Truck
  • Yaso Jamaican Grill
  • Black Bowe Bistro & Bakery
  • Tea’s Me Indy

This 10-day event is a part of Black Restaurant Week’s No Crumb Left Behind campaign that provides marketing services to Black-owned businesses, which do not have as much access to business resources.

The systemic barriers for Black-owned business, such as disproportionate access to business loans, were only exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Black Restaurant Week press release. Events like Black Restaurant Week’s campaigns help to raise awareness for these businesses and goods and services they offer the community.

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