Atlanta foodies are in for a treat this summer as Black Restaurant Week hits the black mecca for its Inaugural Annual Summer Culinary Series, July 31- August 13, 2017. Created in Houston, Black Restaurant Week was created to stimulate the growth of black-owned restaurants and minority-owned eateries, creating culinary experiences that cater to a diverse culture of foodies.


The city of Atlanta is about to be lit as an expansive list of black-owned restaurants have signed on to deliver delicious brunch, lunch, and dinner an affordable cost. With casual dining options in the $15 – $25 range and fine dining courses hovering around $35 to $45 per person, Atlanta's Black Restaurant week is a foodies paradise. Additionally, attendees will have access to a series of events, tastings and bartending competitions showcasing the city’s diverse culinary scene.

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Food and beverage pros interested in participating in Atlanta Black Restaurant Week can find more information here.