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Support Black-Owned During Baltimore Restaurant Week

July 22, 2022
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Baltimore Restaurant Week is on! Enjoy dining deals at nearly 80 Baltimore area restaurants from July 22 – 31, 2022.

Baltimore is home to an incredible selection of Black-Owned restaurants deserving of support. We’re lucky enough to have a number of these restaurants participating in this summer’s Restaurant Week promotion, offering residents and visitors deals on brunch, lunch, or dinner. So whether you’re a seasoned brunch-er, or more of a takeout Tom…there’s a restaurant offering something for you.

1. Fishnet

Seafood | Mt. Vernon | View Menu

Fishnet Baltimore Restaurant Black Owned

Image Credit: Baltimore Magazine by John Farlow

Fishnet is a vibrant and exciting marriage of opposites: of East and West, of timeless old-school values and new-school savvy, of simplicity and complexity. As a self-proclaimed scratch kitchen, Fishnet prides itself in offering the freshest seafood dishes, making use of all parts of the fish — even the bones for stock. This summer Restaurant Week, they are offering menus for both lunch and dinner.

2. The Civil

New American | Mt. Vernon | View Menu

The Civil Black Owned Restaurant in Baltimore

Image Credit: The Civil via Facebook

The Civil offers Southern-inflected American dishes and creative cocktails in a roomy digs, complete with outdoor parklet seating. They also host regular events featuring a variety of local DJs. This Restaurant Week, they are offering three tiers of multi-course pre-fixe dinner menus at price points of $35, $45, and $55.

3. EDR Eat.Drink.Relax

New American | Mt. Vernon | View Menu

EDR Eat Drink Relax Black Owned Baltimore Restaurant

Image Credit: EDR via Facebook

EDR is a stylish, modern cafe by day, and zesty ultra bar by night. Craft cocktails and bottle service mixed with a trendy, soulful menu that features a wide variety of seafood offerings. Perfect for feel-good moments, celebrations, first dates and even a quick lunch. This Restaurant Week, they are offering three tiers of multi-course pre-fixe dinner menus at price points of $35, $55, and $75.

4. Lisa’s on Preston

Jamaican | Midtown | View Menu

Lisa's On Preston Jamaican Black Owned Restaurant in Baltimore

Image Credit: Lisa’s on Preston via Facebook

Lisa’s on Preston serves authentic Jamaican classics and heart warming comfort food in quaint digs. Expect traditional options like oxtail and jerk chicken at this family run joint. This Restaurant Week, Lisa’s is offering a lunch combo deal for $15, and a three-course dinner deal for $25.

5. The Land of Kush

Vegan | Midtown | View Menu

Land of Kush Black Owned Vegan Restaurant in Baltimore

Image Credit: Land of Kush via Facebook

Vegan food doesn’t have to be boring! Expect way more than salad at this Baltimore favorite, which serves up creative, plant-based soul food classics like crab cakes, mac and cheese, collard greens, and corn bread. This Restaurant Week, try their lunch combo for $12.99.

6. Sunga’s Cafe

Bakery/Cafe | Patterson Park | View Menu

Sunga's Cafe Black Owned Bakery in Baltimore

Image Credit: Sunga’s Cafe via Facebook

This quaint cafe near Patterson park serves up adorable baked goods, alongside affordable bites like BBQ chicken, curry shrimp, and mac and cheese. For Restaurant Week, they are offering a lunch combo for $15 and a dinner combo for $22.

7. Nick’s Rotisserie

Southern | Pigtown | View Menu

Nick's Rotisserie Southern Restaurant in Baltimore

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Nick’s Rotisserie is a Pigtown staple serving up comfort food classics at a killer price point. If you love chicken, head to Nick’s!