Detroit’s Black Restaurant Week aims to promote black-owned businesses

The first Black Restaurant Week in metro Detroit begins Monday with the goal of celebrating and promoting black-owned food and beverage establishments around town.From August 21-27, participating restaurants will offer diners special deals — $25 for a three-course lunch and $35 for a three-course dinner at higher-tier restaurants; and an entree, two sides and a beverage for $15 at the more casual eateries. A few other black-owned businesses are also offering specials to celebrate.”I want people to understand that the color of the owner’s skin doesn’t determine the style of their cuisine, doesn’t indicate a sub-par level of service and doesn’t mean that only people of color are welcome to patronize,” said Black Restaurant Week co-founder Kwaku Osei-Bonsu in a news release.

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