Flavor of the Month Summary: Blackity Black Black
The Blackity Black “Flavor” of the Month has come to an end. It’s been fun telling you about some amazing Black-owned businesses both locally and abroad!
Here’s the rundown:
Diop masks – Masks are becoming a part of our everyday lives, so why not get some that are both high quality and have some visual interest.
McBride Sisters Rosé – You should really try all the McBride Sisters wines but this Rose is a great place to start! It’s crisp with a hint of berry taste and a slightly sweet finish.
Fat’s Chicken & Waffles – It’s right there in the name, but this place has great chicken & waffles and don’t forget to try some of the tasty sides!
Salare – This is the first restaurant by Eduardo Jordan, the same chef behind JuneBaby. Salare features a menu rotated monthly to highlight a different region of the world “influenced by the the African diaspora”. It’s currently sharing a Brazilian menu.
Metier Brewing Black Strip Coconut Porter – Metier Brewing collaborated with Jerk Shack in Seattle to make this dark brew. It has a hint of coconut in the aftertaste and is full-bodied just enough to be great for fall but not too much to fill you up.
Linden Park Whisk – Melizza is an amazing baker. Her cakes is so full of flavor and also look beautiful. I implore you to order a cake from her for your next special occasion!
I hope you get a chance to try some (if not all!) of these amazing businesses. If you try any, tag me on Instagram, I’d love to hear what you think! Times are tough right now, especially for small businesses so I encourage you to be a continuing customer if these are products you enjoy and spread the word.