Black Restaurant Week – Atlanta returns for its fifth year Aug. 5-14 to celebrate African American, African and Caribbean influences in Atlanta’s culinary industry. The 10-day event also seeks to educate consumers and foodies on the abundance of cultural cuisines in the local food scene.
With less than 20% of U.S. employer businesses being minority-owned, the survival of Black-owned culinary businesses is in jeopardy. Black Restaurant Week – Atlanta encourages locals and visitors to show support by dining at participating restaurants, including Aunty Betty’s Halal Soul Food, Fin & Feathers and Highland Bistro.
Visit online for details and full list of restaurants.
– MaryGrace Williams, 360 Media, Inc.