This partnership will open the door for other Black, minority, and women owned businesses to work with the museum.
Hotville Chicken brings Nashville hot chicken to the Crenshaw district
Kim Prince partnered with Gregory Dulan to open the restaurant at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza.
Azla Ethiopian Vegan Eatery in Leimert Park
Both vegans and non vegans enjoy the plant-based cuisine at Azla Ethiopian Vegan, which is on Leimert Boulevard, just south of 43rd Street.
L.A. Grind Coffee & Tea Bar
Vanessa Punche turned her coffee truck into a Mid City brick and mortar coffee shop on Redondo Boulevard, just south of Pico Boulevard.
1010 Wine and Events in Inglewood
Inglewood sisters open this wine bar on La Brea Avenue, just north of Centinela Avenue, which features the largest selection of Black-owned wines in California.
Locally owned and operated Grocery Outlet Bargain Market in Inglewood
The grocery store has the same quality and name-brand items as mainstream grocery stores.
The Patio Grille
Rick Burton created a mobile restaurant that gives his customers a lounge type experience.
My 2 Cents LA
This Mid City restaurant on Pico Boulevard is Chef Alisa Reynolds’ infusion of soul food and American comfort food from a Los Angeles perspective.
Mingles Tea Bar in Inglewood
The tea bar is a community hub that has healthy tea and amazing desserts.
Jordan’s Hot Dogs on Crenshaw
The Hyde Park restaurant is known for their chili and the Chiller Diller.
Uncle Niles Krackin Craft BBQ
The barbecue is so good you’ll make a U-turn to go back and get some more.
The Clevelands are carrying the torch for Post & Beam
John and Roni Cleveland are the new owners of Post & Beam, and they’re continuing along the same path as founders Brad and Linda Johnson, and founding chef Govind Armstrong.
Jammrok Jerk Chicken at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza
Chef Michael Burnett makes Jamaican food that makes his customers say, “Ah, that’s so good.”
Fresh hot roasted peanuts on Crenshaw Blvd.
Steven Conaway sells freshly roasted peanuts and healthy snack nuts from right out of his truck.
Experience amazing food at Swift Cafe in Leimert Park
Chef Kyndra McCrary created a menu to give people great tasting and healthy food options.
South LA Cafe is a cultural hub that serves amazing coffee
This coffee shop is a safe space for people of color, long-term residents, new residents, and it is also a cultural hub where the history of the community is felt.
South L.A. Wine Club
This club brings wine enthusiasts together while educating people who are learning about the beverage.
Ackee Bamboo Jamaican Cuisine and Adassa’s Island Cafe have amazing traditional dishes
The Leimert Park Village eateries offer a taste of Caribbean life.
Who’s Hungry Caribbean & Catering
After becoming a mainstay at the weekly Crenshaw Farmers’ Market, Stuart Eubanks has found a home on Crenshaw Blvd. and 30th St.
Little Amsterdam infuses CBD into coffee
The Mid City coffee shop offers drinks mixed with cannabidiol, which is a chemical found in marijuana.
Black Coffee is for The Culture
Five Xavier University of Louisiana classmates, three of which attended Washington Prep High School, created an investment group and coffee company.
The Sammiche Shoppe is downtown Inglewood’s newest restaurant
Willie Jenkins created a shop where people can enjoy the flavors that are common in Black communities, but at the same time be more health conscious.
South Los Angeles’ new coffee shop
Black-owned coffee shop Hot and Cool Cafe in Leimert Park Village creates a meeting place for the community.
The Serving Spoon dishes up soul food while making customers feel right at home
This Inglewood urban eatery has been serving the community for nearly 34 years.
Leimert Park Block Party showcases amazing Black-owned food trucks
The Billionaire Burger Boyz and Happy Ice L.A. bring this festival-type event to South Los Angeles every second Friday night of the month, 6pm-10pm.
Sip & Sonder Coffee Shop is Inglewood’s new entrepreneurial and creative hub
This creative space brings together artist, musicians, entrepreneurs, and community members from all walks of life.
Comedian Angela Means opens a vegan restaurant on Crenshaw
Means, best known for portraying Felicia in the film “Friday,” serves tacos, burritos, and bowls with soul food ingredients at Jackfruit Cafe.
Grilled Fraiche is Park Mesa Height’s new health food establishment
Edwin “Chef E Dubble” Redway and Marshawn “Peace & Love” Williams are giving their community a healthy food option.
Crenshaw Farmers’ Market has amazing Caribbean food
Caribbean Gourmet and Who’s Hungry Caribbean & Catering bring amazing dishes to the farmers’ market.
Postcards combines Central American and soul food
The food truck has received rave reviews from critics.
Worldwide Tacos is worth the wait
Owner Fredrick Sennie infuses soul food into tacos that many people will wait over an hour for.
Brooklyn Deli brings high quality sandwiches to the Crenshaw area
The Leimert Park eatery does not spare expense for its great-tasting sandwiches.
Zuri Wine Tasting & Tours makes a complicated beverage simple
“Wine is a really beautiful beverage. There is a lot of artwork that goes into making it.” -Tuanni Price, owner of Zuri Wine Tasting & Tours
Simply Wholesome keeps you looking and feeling good
The health food store and restaurant mixes culture, community, heath and wellness.