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Detroiters who want to support Black owned businesses and buy delicious treats free of animal products are in luck this fall. This October, Chantele Jones will be opening up Detroit’s first black-owned vegan bakery, Estella’s Vegan Dessert Boutique.
We catch up with with DBRW to talk inspiration, what's next, and upcoming close out to summer with a whole lot of black-owned restaurants. Listen to full podcast below Detroit Black Restaurant Week is back...
The family-run Farmington restaurant settles into Farmington.
Food + DrinkKaye Byrd -
Owner Chening Duker’s Ghanaian roots influence his commitment to a connection to food and local farmers.
The Toledo-born franchise spot specializes in pizza, burgers and chicken bowls with a twist.
The bakeshop specializing in cookies prepares to open its first brick-and-mortar in Detroit.
The new restaurant is headed by the guys behind Detroit Black Restaurant Week, specializing in seasonal street food.
People + PlacesArthur Bridgeforth Jr. -
The family-run bakery is committed to providing unique sweet treats, safely.
Health care workers, DPD police officers and firefighters, paramedics and DDOT bus drivers get a free McDonald’s breakfast every day through the end of May.