Restaurants are reporting a 40 to 75% Increase in Sales. A Full Report on CBRW's Economic Impact, will be released soon!
In the last decade, an array of black-owned restaurants have planted roots in Charlotte, NC (& Surrounding Areas). Unfortunately, we have also witnessed the closing of quite a few restaurants due to several factors; Lack of awareness by the general public, Charlotte's feeble economy, & higher than average leasing rates! Black Business Owners of Charlotte realized the Need and decided to bring Exposure to the restaurants that survived
Charlotte BLACK Restaurant Week, will help Drive consumers to 20+ wonderful establishments and ensure these restaurants are SEEN, HEARD, & PATRONIZED!!
Congratulations to Chef Mars who was Crowned,
"QC's Best Black Chef"
Also Special Thanks to Contestants Chef Leo and Chef Tenia!
Over 700 guests were in attendance!
Free Tastings were provided by Participating Restaurants:
Mama Gee's Caribbean Bar & Grill
Mr 3's Crab Pot
Event Was Held:
Sunday, Oct 15th (4-8pm)
Over 2000 people attended our
First Food Truck Friday!
Our Next event is set for
BLACK FRIDAY (Nov 24th)
Special Thanks to Vendors, Sponsors, and Volunteers!
Shout out to Three Spirits Brewery for your hospitality!
Friday, Oct 20th (6-10pm)
Bring the Entire Family!
Thanks to All the Volunteers and Donators!
We Created over 500 Bag Lunches for the Women, Men, & Children temporarily residing at the
Salvation Army for Women & Children and The Men's Shelter of Charlotte.
Event Was Held:
Saturday, Oct 21st (7-11am)
The Community United
Together to Feed the Homeless
Location@Red at 28 (NODA)
For Menus and To Make Reservations, click on the name of your Favorite Restaurants!
Contact The Restaurants Directly for Specials!
(Emma Ruth's Daughter)
8432 Old Statesville Rd,
#500B 28269 (Friday, Sat, & Sun)
Ruthie's on Tryon
3428 North Tryon St
Charlotte, North Carolina. 28206
521 N. College St,
Charlotte, Ncrth Carolina, 28202
10901 University City Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28213
13016 Eastfield Rd, Huntersville, NC 28078
401 Bradford Dr, Charlotte, NC 28208
3418 Tuckaseegee Rd, Charlotte, NC 28208
300 E Morehead St, Charlotte, NC 28202
214 N College St, Charlotte, NC 28202
7200 Albemarle Rd l, Charlotte, NC 28227
440 E McCullough Dr #230, Charlotte, NC 28262
704-399-5036 3726 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28206
2001 E 7th St, Charlotte, NC 28204
4808 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC 28205
112 N Center St, Statesville, NC 28677
2903 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC 28205
7825 Nations Ford Rd, Charlotte, NC 28217
4122 N Graham St, Charlotte, NC 28206
321 N Caldwell St, Charlotte, NC 28202
10210 Couloak Dr, Charlotte, NC 28216
3022 Weddington Rd #100, Matthews, NC 28105
1504 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC 28205
2424 N Davidson St #112A, Charlotte, NC 28205
9539 Pinnacle Dr #203, Charlotte, NC 28262
440 E McCullough Dr, Charlotte, NC 28262
The NCBW's mission is to advocate on behalf of black women and girls to promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment.
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Reggie and Ronda Carson
(Lighting-Food Truck Friday)
Owners: Oscarr and Michele Magana
FIRE PROTECTION INSTALLATION AND SERVICE.
-New system design and installation-System service and upgrades
-Testing, inspections and repairs
Charlotte BLACK Restaurant Week,LLC
is Presented by BBOC, Charlotte's Largest Organization for
Black Entrepreneurs (& Consumers)!
Mission: Black Business Owners of Charlotte was founded in late 2014 and our goal is to empower current and future business owners with resources needed to sustain a lucrative business, while Inspiring them to reach back and uplift their surrounding communities. Vision: BBOC's goal is to inspire, enrich, and engage Black Business Owners through business development and community enhancement.