North Carolina is home to many amazing Black owned businesses. here are a few! Let us know which others there are!
Black Owned Businesses in North Carolina
BW Sweets Bakery is a full service bakery offering a complete product line of all things sweet and delicious.
SALTBOX Seafood Joint( Durham) offers seasonal, fresh seafood that is delivered fresh from the Carolina coast.
Pangea Tapas Bar & Grill (Huntersville) offers international inspired appetizers, fruit tray’s and light entertainment.
Mr 3’s Crab Pot (Charlotte- take-out only) is here to bring you outstanding seafood dishes with a uniquely favored taste.
Tropical Goodies (North Charlotte) has served authentic Caribbean food and drinks for more than a decade.
Sweetest Thing Bakery (Charlotte) prepares made to order Desserts with professional detail and the freshest ingredients.
Soul Central (Charlotte) brings an island twist to traditional Southern style cooking.
Red @ 28 (Charlotte) is a chill hangout with vintage chairs & bookshelves, plus mixed drinks & flavored hookah pipes.
Charlie’s Angels Beauty bar (Charlotte)services range from protective styles, precision cuts, treatments, full sew ins, frontal install, makeup and waxing services.
Styles by Lisa of Beverly Hills (Charlotte) is a hair styling salons specializing in natural hair.
Taji Natural Hair Styling (Raleigh) is ready to help you with all of your natural hair needs.
Lucky You Salon (Charlotte) Whether you’re hoping to enhance your natural curls or learning to embrace them, they’ve totally got you covered.
Rachel Stewart Jewelry (online) churns out unique and incredibly cool black-centric jewelry and accessories.
Morehead Manor Bed & Breakfast (Durham) offers the comforts of home to both leisure and business travelers.
The Palace International (Durham) is a family-owned eatery offering varied African cuisine, world music, Tusker beers & Nairobian punch.
Ms. Elsie’s Caribbean Bed & Breakfast Inn (Charlotte) offers the blissful solitude of a tropical island in the midst of a major urban city.
Tony O. Lawson (IG: @thebusyafrican)