Black Restaurant Week (MBRW) is an opportunity for Black-Owned restaurants to offer dining deals to bring in new customers and raise awareness. It allows the country to support minority-owned eateries. This year, the homage to Black-owned restaurants celebrates its 4th year, and you can enjoy it from Sunday, March 8th through Saturday the 14th.
Memphis Black Restaurant Week was founded by Cynthia Daniels & Co. in 2016 after seeing a need to bolster support for black and minority-owned businesses in the Bluff City. MBRW offers exposure and the opportunity to support 11 black-owned restaurants, enjoying their unique atmosphere and most bragged about menus. MBRW is a unique exposure and engaging opportunity to empower eleven black-owned restaurants, while also introducing a new dining experience for Memphis natives and tourists.
Daniels wants to draw special attention to the lesser-known eateries, which stands out because it’s the first commercial development the area’s seen in several years. She believes supporting Black restaurants play a crucial role in achieving socio-economic upliftment, and the sustainable implementation of these beliefs will strengthen our communities and open opportunities for future generations.
Dine with us to support minority businesses and share your experiences as we “Eat, Empower, and Engage!” The two-course lunch runs at $15.00, while the three-course dinner options are $25.00. Participating restaurants include Bluff City Crab, The Waffle Iron, Robusto by Havana Mix, Slice of Soul, Ballhogger Z BBQ, The office @ Uptown, Big Momma’s & Granny’s, The Four-Way, Underground Café, Sage, and A&R Bar-B-Q.
Although we provide the utmost luxury at The Park at Forest Hill Apartments in Memphis, Tennessee, we realize that you need to get out and socialize with those in your surrounding community. This event gives you the chance to do just that! Don’t hesitate to attend today!
Sunday, March 8, 2020—All Day
Event Venue Location:
Memphis, Tennessee 38107