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NOVEMBER 7-14, 2021

spotlighting black food, spirits 
and mixology brands 

OUR COMMUNITY CHARGE:

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    How Patrons Can Participate:

  • Plan a "Meet Up" at DMVbrw-member restaurant

  • Have an event? Book with DMVbrw-member caterer

  • Need to buy a gift? Purchase items from the DMVbrw hospitality retail shops

  • Just need a break from work and studying? Grab tea, coffee or a flavored drink - visit DMVbrw-approved coffee/tea/beverage shops

Take a picture of you and/or your group at the location. Post your picture with the business you love and support on social media and tag @dmvbrw!
Thank you for supporting DMV-area black owned businesses that have chosen to invest in YOU.
DMV BLACK RESTAURANT WEEK
Culture. Education. Good Food.

 

DMVBRW brings black restaurant owners, managers, chefs, caterers, thought leaders and financiers together into one room to discuss options for entrepreneurial ventures and continuing education. Because we are a global city, DMV Black Restaurant Week will be inclusive with allied partners. The week is just one of our signature events to promote black restaurants, chefs, bartenders, farmers, hospitality professionals, food bloggers and others in the food and beverage space throughout the year. With your help we desire to go even further to recognize existing restaurants and close the gap that exists in knowledge.

WHY DMV Black Restaurant Week?

9%

 African-Americans/Blacks make up restaurant owners and the same share of restaurant managers.

National Restaurant Association

41%

Of African-American businesses declined from February to April (2020).

National Bureau of Economic Research

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