Indulge in Detroit’s Black-Owned Restaurant Scene with Foodie Becca K

Modified: February 08, 2023 | Story by @foodiebeccak

You might know Becca, better known as @foodiebeccak, for her coverage of the newest and hottest restaurants throughout the Detroit metro region. To celebrate Black History Month and the amazing Detroit restaurant scene, Becca collaborated with Visit Detroit to bring you her picks for the best Black-Owned restaurants in Detroit. Check it out!

Steps away from Campus Martius Park, @central_detroit pays homage to the Detroit Central Farmer’s Market by sourcing fresh, high-quality ingredients. Their hand-crafted drinks also make them a popular happy hour spot!
Must trys: the Chicken & Waffles, Central Chicken Wings, and their Mimosa

New in Detroit’s Brush Park neighborhood featuring a sunny outdoor patio in spring and summer, @empiredetroit is an upscale American-style spot known for classy vibes and great entrees.
Must trys: Raspberry Dragon and Very Berry cocktails, the Empire Pizza, and the Charred Caesar

Nestled inside the Crysler House in downtown Detroit, @eatdimestore is one of Detroit’s most-popular brunch spots, featuring a warm and always bustling environment.
Must-trys: the Housemade Sausage Hash and Malted Belgian Waffle with Strawberries

Featuring an intimate and stylish environment, @willow_detroit is the only speakeasy in Michigan that is fully Black-owned and operated from the owners to the waitstaff.
Must-trys: The Dusk Julep, Sweetest Thing, and Long Way Home craft cocktails

Located in Southfield, @cakecrumbs is a family-run business that creates delicious and creative to-go and custom treats with vibrant colors, flavors, and seasonal ingredients.
A Must-try: the Slutty Brownie

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