Black Restaurant Week comes to the Pacific Northwest

Black Restaurant Week was founded to celebrate the tastes and culture of African American, African and Caribbean cuisine.

KENT, Wash. — With cuisines as varied as Southern, Caribbean, Ethiopian and more, restaurants of all flavors across Washington and Oregon are inviting customers to come and celebrate Black Restaurant Week for the first time in the Pacific Northwest.

Black Restaurant Week has supported more than 800 restaurants across the United States since it launched in 2016. Restaurants, catering, food trucks and other businesses are all a part of Black Restaurant Week’s focus to support and champion the Black culinary industry.

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