The District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia are currently experiencing a culinary renaissance. No matter your taste, there is surely a restaurant to satiate it. However, with the rise in popularity of restaurants comes the inevitable question of which ones to try. For those who want to support Black-owned businesses while enjoying some amazing food, we’ve got you covered. Here are two new Black-owned restaurants in the DMV that you have to try!
First on our list is Miss Toya’s Creole House. It is located in Downtown Silver Spring. Their menu is described as a tribute to the traditional New Orleans gastronomic culture with an avant-garde touch.
“Miss Toya’s is the sister restaurant to my full-service restaurant, Creole on 14th...” “I’m just really excited to bring that Cajun-Creole flair and twist to the neighborhood.” – Jeffeary Miskiri (Founder)
“Butter Me Up is an all-day breakfast and brunch restaurant featuring a full bar. We have indoor and outdoor seating, as well as reservable outdoor cabanas for dogs.” – Andre McCain (Founder)
These two new Black-Owned restaurants in the DMV are definitely worth a visit. Go out and support these businesses today!