Explore Portland’s Black-owned restaurants, bakeries and food trucks during Black Restaurant Week.
Black Restaurant Week celebrates the flavors of African-American, African and Caribbean cuisine. The week is meant to connect local culinary businesses and professionals with the community.
After trying these restaurants, you can add them to a list of your favorite Portland eateries. Here’s how you can participate in the third annual event.
2023 Black Restaurant Week
Black Restaurant Week is taking place in Portland from February 24 through March 5. There are 16 participating businesses in the Portland area. Some of them are offering specials during the event.
Here are the 2023 participating businesses:
Bete-Lukas Ethiopian Restaurant
2504 SE 50th Ave Unit E, Portland
Black Star Grill
1902 NW 24th Ave., Portland
DB Dessert Company
6824 NE Glisan St-Flanders St Alley, Portland
Erica’s Soul Food
120 NE Russell St., Portland
300 N Killingsworth St., Portland
6112 SE Foster Rd., Portland
5800 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., Portland
Specials: Two Fish-ona-stick and fries with a drink for $10.
Grits N’ Gravy
215 SW 6th Ave., Portland
Jelana’s Bake Shop
18560 SW Farmington Rd., Beaverton
Specials: red velvet cookies and lavender cookies for $3.
Meals 4 Heels
831 SE Salmon St Suite 50, Portland
Special: The Money Bag for $17.50.
Rush Bowls PDX
2085 NE Allie Ave., Hillsboro
Specials: 10% off avocado toast and rush bites.
The Drip’N Crab
3612 SE 82nd Ave., Portland
Special: Buy one Dekum and get an Alberta for half off: $30 Dekum $7 Alberta.
Trapkitchen PDX LLC
8 NW 6th Ave., Portland
Try Me Ethiopian Cuisine
580 NW Eastman Pkwy, Gresham
Viking Soul Food
4422 SE Woodstock Blvd., Portland
Waffle On A Stick
211 SW 6th Ave., Portland
- Oreo Waffle On A Stick: $5
- Oreo Mountain Waffle: $15
- Cinnamon Toast Crunch Waffle On A Stick: $5
- Fruity Pebbles Waffle On A Stick: $5
For more information about each participating location, visit the Black Restaurant Week website.
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