20+ Black-owned restaurants in Miami
28 Jun 2017
Miami Black-owned restaurant guide
In a city filled with thousands of restaurant options, it’s hard to know which ones represent us. Ranktribe™ Black Business Directory has complied a list of some of our best Black-owned restaurants in Miami.Download our Android and iOS apps and start locating and supporting Black-owned Businesses!
Jackson Soul Food II - 14511 NW 27th Avenue
ConchItUp Soul Food Resturant - 4507 NW 17th Ave
B & M Market & Rhoti Shop - 219 NE 79th St
Chicks N’ Wings - 10918 Southwest 184th Street
Finga Licking - 12490 NW 7th Ave
Carolina Joe's Barbecue - 9650 NW 27th Ave
Bobby's Meal - 2109 Opa Locka Blvd
Ire Isle Restaurant - 168 NE 167th St.
Taste Rite Bakery - 18400 NW 2nd Ave.
New Florida Bakery - 46 NE 62nd St.
Tropical Oasis Restaurant - 20737 NW 2nd Ave
Tap Tap Haitian Restaurant - 819 5th St.
Jamrock Cuisine - 12618 SW 88th St
Bbq Ribs Chicken Jerk Shack - 12101 NW 27th Avenue
Clives Cafe - 5890 NW 2nd Ave
MLK Restaurant - 2469 Northwest 62nd Street
Vegetarian Restaurant By Hakin - 73 NE 167th St
Arline's Restaurant & Seafood - 2770 NW 167th St
Peoples Bar-B-Que - 360 NW 8th St.
Junie’s Restaurant - 18400 NW 2nd Ave
Shaker’S Conch House - 10149 NW 22nd Ave.
Jackson Soul Food - 950 NW 3rd Avenue
Cliff’S Jamaican Restaurant & Catering - 10740 NW 7th Ave.
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