Skip to comments.List: Black-owned Austin-area businesses you can support (um, NOT)
Posted on 07/21/2020 10:27:41 AM PDT by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin
AUSTIN, Texas The Black Lives Matter movement continues to be as important as ever, and many Austinites descended upon downtown streets to partake in protests.
If you're looking for another way you can make a positive impact in the community, you can take action by supporting Black-owned businesses in your area. We've made it a little easier for you by providing a list of black-owned businesses in the Austin area.
3 Small Plates Catering
7-Eleven - Round Rock
11 Degrees Daiquiri
African Market/Nigerian restaurant
Aster's Ethiopian Restaurant
Anything's Baked Potato
BB's Home Cooking (Georgetown)
Bahadi's Chicken and Lounge
Big Belly BBQ Co.
Big Easy Bar & Grill
Bird Bird Biscuit
Burgerlicious Food Truck
Chef Gil & Company
Fish and Chicken Shack
Christen's Gourmet Pralines
The Cook's Nook
County Boyz Fixins
Crimson Creek Smokehouse
Cumberbatch Sweet Tater Torte
DA "Boot" Poboys
Davis Grocery & Bar-B-Q
Dirty Glove Midwest BBQ
Down South CaJJun Eats
Down South Texas BBQ
Emojis Grilled Cheese
Fowler's Smokin Soul Food
Gigi's Cupcakes (The Cupcake Guys)
Iwaynes Caribbean Kitchen
J. Leonardi's Barbeque
Jeany's Ginger Elixir
JP's Pancake Company
The Kreative Kitchen
Kreyol Korner Caribbean Cuisine
Krack of Dawn Kafe
Les Bobos Crepes
Libation Station ( Daiquiris and drinks in Manor)
Lillie Mae's Comfort Food (Manor)
Lil Mama's Kitchen (Pflugerville)
Lucille's Smokehouse Bar-b-que
Luv Fats Ice Cream
Make My Day Italian Ice
Me & the Bees Lemonade
Midtown Live Sports Bar
Mississippi Mike's BBQ & Catering
Mr. Catfish & More
My Granny's Kitchen
New Awlins Cajun Cafe
Noble Delights Bakery
Oatmeal & Company
One People's Kitchen
Paradise On Ice
Paw Paw's BBQ (Cedar Park)
R&B's Steak and Fries
Roland's Soul Food
Sassy's Vegetarian Soul Food
Scoop and Score (Ice cream)
Sharic's Sweets (Round Rock)
Snack Room (Round Rock)
Soul Popped Popcorn
Southernly Dressed Turkey Leg Co.
Sweet Shack Candy Shop
Taco Boss mobile food truck service
Taco Sweets food truck
Taste of Ethiopia
Tava Lifestyle and Wellness
The Cook's Nook
The Rolling Rooster
Tony's Jamaican Food
Wine Sensation (In Round Rock)
Wasota Vegan Paradise
Whitney's Cakery and Co.
Wild Magnolias Cafe
Word of Mouth Caterings
The Ville Nutrition (Round Rock)
Call Rebecca Flores at KVUE and DENOUNCE BLM and Antifa publicly over the news or however or forget ever getting my business. You will HAVE to disavow this article as being in support of BLM or ANY of this stuff going on before I spend a cent in your places.
By the way, this is the woman who wrote this story. She is in Austin:
I’ll support a business because they have a good product or service that I like, and they don’t go out of their way to insult me. I don’t care about the owner’s skin color.
I do not shop based on the owners skin color.
You write something like that, you should be held responsible. Who in their right mind would spend money with people who want to destroy them? If those businesses would come out and DENOUNCE BLM/Antifa and the race card baiters, their businesses would boom.
Poor lighting and fuzzy images are the hallmark of the Butterface.
Go to the second link. Clear picture. Get it before KVUE deletes it.
When I built my house 30 years ago, the builder subcontracted a black company to pave the driveway...it lasted about 5 years before it was cracked and worn...
Well, given the current goings on and being as every one of those businesses involve food or drink, I would not be comfortable supporting them. BLM is undoing all the progress that has been made over a hundred years.
...to raise funds for Democrats.
You got that right. Imagine suggesting people support white-owned business for ANY reason. Riots the next day. That HAVE to condemn BLM/Antifa and this radicalism or their business should shut down. I'm grateful she listed them.
Given how blacks are now doing a full court press on calling every one of us white supremacists, racists, whites suck, etc. etc., there isn’t a chance in hell I would patronize a black-owned restaurant, given what they might do to my food.
Since their names are on the list, they have a choice, denounce BLM/Antifa and the rioting/looting or lose business. No in between....
Gee, practically all eateries
EZ to avoid. I wouldnt set foot in those dumps in the first place
Shame on this racist little journalist and those who authorize her and approved her to write this racist crap
Sorry, Cant go.
Texas is on a lock-down, or havent you heard?
That would be enough for me to demand my business be removed from her list.
Yes you did. Haven't heard of a one of them disavowing BLM, etc. and the article was published on July 19, 2020. Silence=violence I have learned.
Exactly, WITH an apology.
I do not shop based on the owners skin color
Or their sex! Have you noticed how some businesses are now advertising women owned businesses? Exactly what does that offer me as a customer?
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