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Dining Out

Black-owned restaurants and bars are set to offer their best dishes and deals February 12 - 24.

2017 was a great year for black females who are carving their own culinary paths.  Here are two businesses in Southern California worth checking out.

Zorina Price plans to open Zys_Oakland to offer a second chance to ex-offenders and delicious plant-based food to the community.

Twin sisters Pam and Wendy Drew opened Amawele’s South African Kitchen to share the foods and flavors they know and love with others. 

With strict rules on re-entry, you’ll want to stop at any of these following brunch spots before you commit to the festivities.

A new vision for Maison 208 awaits diners who want to experience New American cuisine with French techniques and a touch of Southern charm.

Offering a fusion of African and Caribbean cuisines in a town known for chilies and New Mexican fare, Jambo Café fits right in.

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