12 Savory and Sweet Black-Owned Restaurants in San Francisco

Sunday, June 07, 2020

"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that." - Martin Luther King Jr.

In an effort to drive welfare to minority communities, particularly during COVID19, the economic turmoil and particularly after, we have compiled a list of 12 tasty black owned restaurants in San Francisco.

During this extraordinary time, we all need some pick-me-up. 

Boug Cali
An order of gumbo, please. Pick-up at the La Cocina community kitchen.

Brown Sugar Kitchen
Chef Tanya Holland dishes out her soulful buttermilk fried chicken and more for takeout or delivery in Oakland.

Beloved establishment in North Beach serves up Italian inspired fare. Shrimp pasta, anyone?

Eko Kitchen
San Francisco's first Nigerian restaurant is open for pick-up for its solo Naija dinner meal that comes with sweet and spicy appetizer, rice and a grilled protein, and Naija donut holes for dessert!

Little Skillet 
Drop by the window by the alley for your dose of fried chicken and waffles. 10% of sales goes to support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Local Kitchen

One of the few Singaporean focused restaurants with Californian influences. Use touch-free takeout for Singapore classics, such as chicken rice and rice noodle soup.

Fill your heart with Ethiopian and Eritrean classics with injera.

Miyako Old-Fashioned Ice Cream
Melt your woes away with your favorite flavored ice cream and wash it down with a milkshake. 

Handcrafted Jamaican Patties and Jamaican hearty jerk chicken meal that will fill you with renewed energy.

Tadu Ethopian
Pick-up Ethopian favorites, including the chicken tibs with Tadu's special spices.

Voodoo Love

Creole cuisine that is a sure hit. We love the cajun fries. 

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