Support Black-Owned Businesses in the Triangle

By: Johanna Ramirez-Perez

Want to support black-owned businesses around the area? Invite some friends to catch a nice meal and show love and care to the black community. 

Here is a list of places you can go or book appointments of your interests.


-Your Pie Pizza 

at 685 Cary Towne Blvd

-Dame’s Chicken and Waffles 

at 823 Bass Pro Lane

-Better Body Essentials 

at 1105 Walnut Street

-Live in Color Fashion and Lifestyle Magazine 

at 964 High House Road

-The Fotoshoppe 

at 2072 Kildaire Farm Road

-Lowery Smiles

 at 110 Preston Executive Drive

-Araida Fitness Cary

at 8420 Chapel Hill Road


-Corner Boys BBQ 

at 2201 S Wilmington Street

-Cocoa Forte Desserts 

is a travelling dessert truck available for rent, or you can buy online

-Oak City Fish and Chips at the Morgan Street Food Hall

at 411 W Morgan Street

-ORO Restaurant and Lounge

at 18 E Martin Street 

-Pure Juicery & Vegan Food Bar 

at 716 Slash Pine Drive 

-Social Status Men’s Clothing

at 308 Parham Street

-Nail Yeah 

at 22 Glenwood Ave, Suite #1


-Ashley Squared Salon

at 2232 Page Road #104

-Aura Salon and Boutique 

at 3742 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd

-Beyú Caffè

at 341 W Main Street

-Big C Waffles 

at 2110 Allendown Drive

-Crissy Shined Nails

at 1910 Sedwick Road

-Ego Barber Lounge 

at 3823 Guess Road, Suite K

-Empower Dance Studio 

at 109 W Parrish Street

We would love for you to come and support the black community.

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