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Black Owned Businesses in Harlem You Should Check Out

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Yes, there are still Black owned businesses in Harlem. Many amazing ones, just like those we’ve listed below. Check them out and support!

Black Owned Businesses in Harlem

NINI’s “A Sip of Africa” is the pride of healthy, tasty, and nutritious drinks made through the consciousness of environmental sustainability and social responsibility to the community.
BLVD Bistro is a family-owned, Southern-inspired culinary labor of love.
Melba’s serves Southern classics in a retro setting that’s relaxed & homey by day, bustling in the evening.
Seasoned Vegan offers vegan dishes from organic ingredients prepared with global flavors.
MIST Harlem is a multipurpose venue that offers a cafe & bar, plus space for live music & special events.
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The 125 Collection produces high-quality soy quote candles for those who have an appreciation for fun, stylish individuality, with a bit of a decadent taste for fine, non-toxic fragrances.
The Edge Harlem offers espresso drinks, baked goods & sandwiches, plus wine & beer, in a funky space with brunch service.

Home Sweet Harlem Southern plates plus breakfast & brunch served in a chill cafe with exposed-brick walls & live jazz.

Lenox Saphire offers Senegalese & American soul food, plus French pastries, served in a hip hangout with sidewalk seats.

Blujeen Elevated American comfort food with Southern twists served in a stylish setting with a long bar.
BSquared serves dishes such as Fresh Oysters, Tempura Filled Squash Blossoms and Oyster Chowder to offer an upscale casual dining experience right in the heart of Harlem.
Lolo’s Seafood Shack is a small counter-order place offering Caribbean-inspired fare including seafood steampots.

Flamekeepers Hat Club is an upscale store offering an array of sophisticated hats for men, in many styles.

black owned businesses harlem

Hyacinth’s Haven offers inventive spins on Jamaican cooking, plus classic cocktails, served in a casual-chic space.
black owned businesses harlem
Lee Lee’s Baked Goods is known for its gourmet rugelach, this cheery red-&-white-themed bakery offers delivery services.
Chocolat Restaurant and Lounge creates a one-of-a-kind experience that allows its visitors to enter an urban and sophisticated world.
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The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is a research library of the New York Public Library and an archive repository for information on people of African descent worldwide.
The Nail Suite is a boutique nail salon that specializes in natural nail care and offers full-service manicures and pedicure, as well as gel polish manicures, and gel enhancements.
Onion Cut & Sewn provides beautifully effortless clothes that feel like lotion.
Zoma is a setting for Ethiopian cuisine that honor and continue the old tradition of fresh ingredients, low and slow cooking and balanced flavoring in an atmosphere thats modern and friendly.

Sister’s Uptown Bookstore is an Indie bookshop & community hub spotlighting a range of tales & events by & about African Americans.

Cove Lounge is a Caribbean inspired restaurant and lounge serving specialty cocktails plus a menu of Southern comfort food.

Tina Pearson Salon is dedicated to creating healthy beautiful hair. Tina believes the integrity of your hair should never be sacrificed for any hairstyle.
Levels Barbershop has been established to appeal to the individual who is looking for more than just your average haircut.

Grandma’s Place is Harlem’s premier toy and children’s book boutique that is a top-notch family experience with an upscale ambiance and down home appeal.

Cathedra is a boutique grooming salon that offers a new take on the old barbershop trend. Infusion of style, fashion, haircare and skincare.

Elite Conceptions Hair Lounge is a full service boutique hair salon specializing in multicultural hair textures and styling.

Ponty Bistro is a chic neighborhood bistro for French-African cuisine in breezy, comfortable digs with African art.

Shrine is an Arts & performance space hosting all-ages shows & serving drinks & bar bites.

Yatenga is a stylish, casual eatery featuring à la carte & fixed-price menus of traditional French bistro fare.

black owned businesses harlem

Red Rooster serves comfort food celebrating the roots of American cuisine and the diverse culinary traditions.

Calabash Imports is an African fashion, jewelry, home furnishings and gift store.

Hats by Bunn offers “classic originals for all seasons.”

black owned businesses harlem

Egunsifoods is a food company focused on producing refrigerated African food derived from classic West African dishes.

Hecho en Harlem Jewelry is rooted in the geometric form, boasting bold clean, sleek design while utilizing scale and texture to create exciting, bold, statement pieces.

Tsion is a stylish cafe featuring contemporary Ethiopian cuisine in a warm space with patio seating.

Barbara’s Flowers is a florist shop providing custom arrangements, bouquets, gifts & delivery services.

 

-Tony O. Lawson 

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8 Comments

  1. I need 20-30 small metal signs made, for a large corporation. Can you help locate a BOB that can provide such a service.
    I’ve not been able to locate any throuth your website. I sure we have some.

  2. 1. Add “About Your Skin” 145th St. & Amsterdam Ave.

    aboutyourskinllc.com

    2. Add “145th St. Animal Hospital” 145th St. & Convent.

  3. Add Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market 52 w 116 street owned by Malcolm Shabazz Development Corp 102 west 116th street
    We have been in business since 1994

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