Support Black-Owned Restaurants In Washington State [List]

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Many thanks to The Seattle Times for doing the research on this...

Intentionalist is an excellent online resource for doing so, with a searchable index of Black-owned restaurants, cafes and other businesses around here and in other cities across the country.

For more on some beloved local favorites that are offering takeout and/or delivery now, here are some of our recent stories and reviews.

The Comfort Zone in Columbia City: At The Comfort Zone, a mother-daughter team serve up soul food that tastes like home

Conscious Eatery in Georgetown: The magic of Seattle’s philanthropic sandwich shop

Emerald City Fish & Chips in Rainier Valley: Seattle’s very best fish and chips — and a shout-out to Burien

Emma’s BBQ in Hillman City: Searching for Seattle’s best barbecue? Visit Emma’s BBQ, and come hungry

Ezell’s Famous Chicken in multiple locations: Seattle restaurant classics: Why you need to go to Ezell’s Famous Chicken

Fat’s Chicken & Waffles in the Central District: Neither Popeyes nor Chick-fil-A: Here’s where you can find the best fried-chicken sandwich in Seattle

Gravy on Vashon Island: With two new restaurants, eating on Vashon Island is better than ever

Island Soul in Columbia City: Wolf down rich gumbo and belly-warming oxtail stew at Island Soul in Columbia City

Jerk Shack in Belltown: Feel the warmth of the Caribbean at Jerk Shack

JuneBaby in Ravenna: In his own words: Junebaby chef Edouardo Jordan talks about hardship, success, restaurants and race

Mojito in Lake City: Now the owner of Mojito, former dishwasher Luam Wersom cooks, and gives back, from the heart

Pot Pie Factory by delivery: The greatness of Seattle’s tiny but mighty Pot Pie Factory

Plum Bistro on Capitol Hill: Chef Makini Howell: ‘I’ve worked really hard to make veganism something delicious’

Salare in Ravenna: At Salare, a star rises in sleepy Ravenna

The Station on Beacon Hill: A Seattle high school’s food pantry moves to a coffee shop to help feed the community

Do you know of a black-owned restaurant? Please let us know in the comments section.

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