Black-owned restaurants in Detroit you can order from this weekend

Melody Baetens
The Detroit News

With Detroit joining the rest of the nation in taking to the streets to protest police brutality and support the Black Lives Matter movement, there's been a lot of focus on supporting African American-owned businesses. 

The foodie blog Fed & Bougie posted a great list last year to get you started, although some of these businesses are currently closed due to COVID-19. While bar and dining rooms can open Monday, per Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, they can allow 50% capacity, and not all restaurants will open up right away. 

Here are more black-owned restaurants in the city that are open and serving carryout — and delivery in some cases, either through the restaurant or third-party delivery apps — that you can support this weekend and beyond. I also encourage you to check out the black-owned delivery app Black and Mobile, which started serving the Detroit area this year. 

Check with each restaurant directly for hours and ordering instructions. 

Baker's Keyboard Lounge: Seafood and more. 20510 Livernois, Detroit. (313) 345-6300 or

Bert's Marketplace: Ribs, chicken, breakfast and more. 2727 Russell, Detroit.

Coop inside Detroit Shipping Company: Caribbean fusion. 474 Petreboro, Detroit.

D&D Cuisine: Lamb chops and more. 17521 Livernois, Detroit. (313) 367-2490 or

Delphine Jamaican Restaurant: Jamaican. 14377 E. Nine Mile, Warren. (586) 217-5000. 

Detroit Pepper Company: Stuffed peppers, salads and grain bowls. 17180 E. Warren, Detroit. (313) 469-7640 or

More:Detroit gets a stuffed peppers carry-out restaurant in East English Village

Detroit Soul: Chicken and rib dinners and more. 2900 E. 8 Mile, Detroit. (313) 366-5600 or

Detroit Vegan Soul: Plant-based soul food. 19614 Grand River, Detroit. (313) 766-5728 or

Flood's Bar & Grille: Classic fare with some upscale bar bites. 731 St. Antoine, Detroit. (313)-963-1090 or

Good Times on the Avenue: A new spot for comfort foods.  19416 Livernois, Detroit. (313) 739-6601 or

Ima: Asian fare with noodles, rice bowls, fried chicken sandwiches and more. 2015 Michigan, Detroit. 4870 Cass, Detroit. 32203 John R, Madison Heights.

Shrimp linguine pomodoro at Ivy Kitchen & Cocktails.

More:Restaurant Review: Ima gives Detroit more to love with third location

More:Ivy Kitchen & Cocktails now open in East Village with eclectic American cuisine

Ivy Kitchen: American cuisine. 9215 E. Jefferson, Detroit. (313) 332-0607 or

The Jamaican Pot: 14615 W. Eight Mile, Detroit. (313) 659-6033 or

The Kitchen by Cooking by Que: 6529 Woodward, Suite A, Detroit. (313) 462-4184 or

More:New vegan cafe promotes healthy eating for Detroiters

Kuzzo's Chicken and Waffles: Breakfast and brunch. 19345 Livernois, Detroit. (313) 340-2707 or

Kuzzo’s offers the What Up Doe, a chicken and waffles dish that includes three pieces of chicken, two waffles, grits, eggs and cheese.

Le Culture Cafe: Seafood, steaks, pasta and more. 1452 Brush, Detroit. (313) 285-8137 or

Narrow Way Cafe: Coffee and baked goods. 19331 Livernois, Detroit. (313) 397-7727 or

Norma G's: Caribbean. 14628 E Jefferson, Detroit. (313) 290-2938 or

Savannah Blue: Chef-driven comfort foods. 1431 Times Square, Detroit. (313) 926-0783 or

Sloppy Chops Restaurant: Steaks and seafood. 13226 W. McNichols, Detroit. (313) 646-2900 or

Curry chicken with turmeric rice and fried chick peas with house-made flavored tea at YumVillage.

Sweet Potato Sensations: Sweet potato pies and other sweets. 17337 Lahser, Detroit. (313) 532-7996 or

Sweet Soul Bistro: Soul food and bar bites. 13741 W. McNichols, Detroit. (313) 862-7685 or

They Say: Barbecue, sandwiches, salads and more. 267 Jos Campau, Detroit. (313) 446-4682. 17810 Vernier, Harper Woods. (313) 309-3600.

Yum Village: Afro-Caribbean fusion. 6500 Woodward, Detroit.

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