When the nation gets a cold, Black America catches the flu, so the saying goes. That notion held true during the pandemic, which has been brutal to the food and beverage industry. Because of the challenges Black businesses typically face…
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Orlando chef creates one of the city’s best fried chicken sandwiches!
Experiencing Orlando’s improving Black food is nothing less than pure joy. New concepts with a wave of Black chefs at the helm popped up during the pandemic and the time was used wisely as these eateries are serving up deliciousness…
Orlando’s Best French Toast is Here! #Blackowned
FRENCH TOAST! Yes, right out the gate I’m preparing you for some of the best French toast you’ll have in all of Orlando at this newly opened Brunch forward eatery. Kentrail Davis (Former Milwaukee Brewers Professional Baseball Player) opened Brick…
Black Orlando Has A New Pizzeria at 1000 Degree Neapolitan Pizza, Salad, & Wings
Our Southern Black Foodie Tour took us on a mini road trip from Miami to Savannah stopping in Orlando along the way. Unless you’re a local or you know someone who lives there, finding Black owned spaces can be challenging…
Orlando Chef Wins Award for BEST VEGAN SANDWICH! Try it today!
The Hungry Black Man Soul Vegan Festival is an annual event held on the sands of beautiful Miami Beach each February. More than 4,000 people convene to enjoy vegan cuisine from some of the region’s most talented and skillful chefs,…
Visiting Orlando for FAMU/BCC Classic? Eat at these Black Owned Eateries!
Close to 40 years old, the Florida Classic is the largest HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) sporting event in the United States with over 1.5 million attendees since its first game in 1978. Last year, close to 50,000 fans…
Going to Disney – Visit the Largest Black owned Soul Food Eatery in Orlando!
“If cameraman Korey (@KoreyDavisPhotography) don’t shoot it I won’t eat it.” There is a high probability that whoever is reading this has visited Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, or any theme park in Orlando. Consequently, I wonder how many visitors to these…