Since Paris is a favorite and we are advocates of #ShoppeBlackGlobally, it shouldn’t be a surprise that we’ve got another list of Black owned businesses you can support while abroad!
Black Owned Businesses in Paris
Maison Chateu Rouge uses wax clothes that divert the traditional African dress in a contemporary spirit.
Le tricycle is a vegetarian hot dog cart and restaurant.
Minoi is an urban clothing brand that uses wax cloth to create limited series items.
La Table D’Erica excels in the art of preparing Creole cuisine.
Dada Wax Couture creates custom and personalized clothing in Wax African Wax. for women, men and children.
O Petit Club Africain offers authentic African dishes in a warm and artistic environment.
Afrikrea is your platform for discovering, buying and selling fashion, arts and crafts Made in Africa.
Waly-Fay offers West African cuisine in a hip and trendy space.
Le Negus is a restaurant that serves Ethiopian food.
Babylone Bis is a restaurant that serves up original French Creole specialties.
Owl Paris is the meeting between fashion and the best of African influences. Their aim is to offer ready-to-wear clothes with a strong identity to all women.
Keur – or “house” in Wolof- offers a selection of decorative objects and home accessories authentic and colorful, entirely made in Senegal.
La Canne à Sucre offers creole flavors, based on fresh products and traditional recipes.
Le Caffé Créole is a Caribbean restaurant, which offers typical dishes of the Islands.
Biss and Love, is a French start-up, will make you (re) discover the bissap, a red drink made from hibiscus flowers.
While working on this list, I had the pleasure of meeting Jacqueline Ngo Mpii, founder of Little Africa Paris and author of City Guide, Africa in Paris. Be sure to check out the website and the book!