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Black-Owned Restaurants in Alexandria

Black-Owned Restaurants

1799 Prime Steak & Seafood is a polished modern steakhouse featuring prime steaks, fresh seafood, and craft cocktails set in...
110 S. Pitt Street Alexandria, Virginia
Abyssinia Market & Coffee House offers the best Ethiopian coffee, pastries and delicacies in the region, plus wine and beer.
720 Jefferson Street Alexandria, Virginia
Inspired by St. Augustine, the Patron Saint of Brewers, Augie’s Mussel House on the Patio in historic Old Town, Alexandria...
1106 King Street Alexandria, Virginia
Quaint cafe offering espresso drinks, light daytime fare and kids’ play area in a cheerful atmosphere.
4911 Ben Brenman Park Drive Alexandria, Virginia
Temporarily closed. In the meantime, please look for our food truck in Alexandria, often at Port City Brewing. These frequent...
610 Montgomery Street Alexandria, Virginia
Fried chicken leads the Dixie-inspired menu & bourbon bottles line the bar at this neo-rustic spot.
801 King Street Alexandria, Virginia
Makeda Ethiopian Restaurant offers incredible dishes, excellent ingredients and wonderful taste. Discover what Ethiopian cuisine is all about.
516A S. Van Dorn Street Alexandria, Virginia
Located in the historical Parker-Gray district of Alexandria, Mason Social is a chef-driven restaurant focusing on modern American cuisine, beer...
728 N. Henry Street Alexandria, Virginia
ROHA Ethiopian Restaurant features typical and beyond delicious Ethiopian cuisine all made with fresh, homemade ingredients alongside with modern bar...
291 S. Van Dorn Street Alexandria, Virginia
The Rub Chicken & Beer opened in January of 2020 as a restaurant pop up within Hen Quarter in Old...
801 King Street 1st Floor Alexandria, Virginia
Urbano 116 embraces the traditional Mexican food experience with a menu full of authentic ingredients and innovative cocktails. The Urbano...
116 King Street Alexandria, Virginia

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