From food and wine to travel, Cuisine Noir magazine delivers what readers are looking for which is more than where to find the next great meal. And most importantly, it is a culinary publication that compliments readers’ lifestyles and desire for a diverse epicurean experience.

Cuisine Noir made its debut online in October of 2007 with a successful run through December 2008 as the first magazine to feature the talents of black chefs across the country. In September 2009, the magazine re-emerged and has since captured readers from all over the world.

Readers are treated to exclusive stories about industry experts and professionals to vineyards and world class destinations around the world. Celebrity chefs featured include Tre Wilcox, Tanya Holland, Bryant Terry, Sunny Anderson, Jeff Henderson and Tiffany Derry. In addition, the magazine is also the first to showcase the “foodie” side of other celebrities such as the late great Dr. Maya Angelou, Wendy Williams, Chris Bridges (aka Ludacris), Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dhani Jones, Terence Blanchard, Kimberly Elise, Charlie Wilson, Niecy Nash, Gina Neely and Grace Hightower De Niro.

Currently under the leadership of publisher V. Sheree Williams, Cuisine Noir’s mission is to be an important narrator that ensures the history, successes and achievements of Blacks in the food, wine, beverage and travel industries are told directly through them in the written word as well as visually while increasing the visibility of Blacks in these industries among mainstream media, events, organizations and corporations.