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Black Restaurant Week ATL

Black Restaurant Week Highlights Black Owned Businesses with it Summer Culinary Series

Black Restaurant Week (BRW), originally created in Houston, TX, is expanding to Atlanta! BRW will kick off its Inaugural Annual Summer Culinary Series, in the city of Atlanta, Georgia July 31- August 13, 2017.

Due to the huge success of the spring culinary series of Black Restaurant Week in Houston, BRW has decided to expand! Foodies will be able to eat their hearts out with options from an ever-growing list of participating Black-owned restaurants featuring unbelievable price options for brunch, lunch and dinner. Diners can enjoy casual dining options for $15 – $25 per person, and fine dining options from $35 to $45 per person.

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Participants will also be able to experience a series of events, from a catering tasting to a showstopping bartending competition, that will showcase the city’s diverse culinary scene and spotlight the various food talent that the City of Atlanta has to offer. Visit the Atlanta Restaurant Week website, http://atlbrw.com/ or connect with us via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! #ATLBRW

Restaurants, chefs, caterers and bartenders interested in participating in Atlanta Black Restaurant Week can find more information here.

List of restaurants participating in Black Restaurant Week: http://www.atlbrw.com
Events during Black Restaurant Week: http://www.atlbrw.com/events/


Black Restaurant Week, LLC is committed to the education and awareness of the Black Culinary Industry in the United States of America. Using a combination model of awareness and education event, Black Restaurant Week will stimulate growth of African American owned culinary businesses and farms across the United States. To achieve its mission of growth in the culinary industry, Black Restaurant Week aims to create experiences that will cater to a diverse culture of tastemakers, professionals and are foodies looking for exposure to delicious food and exquisite wines.

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  1. Didn’t know there was such a week. If the restaurant is serving wonderful food doesn’t matter to me who owns or runs the restaurant.

  2. It looks like there was a lot of great food there. I have a man down to Atlanta in quite a while but it looks like there’s a lot of places to try when I do get down there again.

  3. What a great event! The food looks amazing and I love that the culinary week continues to grow each year in popularity. I can certainly see why. Yummmm…… I’ve got to get down to Atlanta soon!

  4. That looks like some really awesome food. I wish I lived close to Atlanta so I could enjoy it.

  5. All this food looks divine. I love to eat, so I’d be happy to try any of this. I really want to go to Atlanta someday!

  6. Black restaurant week sounds like a great way to showcase black excellence in the culinary scebe. The price points are great, too!

  7. I could certainly eat my way through that city. I love restaurant weeks!

  8. I just love eating out and tasting new foods. What a cool experience for the participants and the guests!

  9. Sounds like a great way to enjoy lots of great food and check out restaurants and those in the culinary industry. I would love to be able to go to this!

  10. I love restaurant week in Chicago! it is the best! Those chicken and waffles look AHmazing!

  11. I was not aware of such an event. I go to a restaurant because of the food they serve and because it has been recommended by friends. Doesn’t matter to me who owns or runs it. Food is my universal language. 🙂

  12. I love that Black Restaurant Week is creating awareness of Black Culinary Industry. I know that all that food looks delicious and has gotten me totally hungry.

  13. I know they do this in NYC. I am going to see how I can participate in a few down here to support.

  14. What a great event. We were just in Atlanta and the food really is amazing. So many awesome restaurants.

  15. There is such a strong history and culture surrounding Black Americans and food! I would LOVE to visit Atlanta during this week!

  16. Oh my, that looks like some amazing food! I want that steak, lol! What a great event to check out!

  17. All of that food looks amazing!!