Black Owned Brunch Spots in Brooklyn

Black Owned Brunch Spots in Brooklyn

With Brooklyn being a popular destination for tourists and new residents, I decided to make this list of over 30 Black owned brunch spots in Brooklyn. These restaurants offer a variety of brunch favorites like chicken and waffles and shrimp and grits with some offering bottomless options as well. Since the weekends are usually packed with brunch-goers, I’ve included restaurants offering brunch during the week too.

1. Cheryl’s Global Soul: Comfort food located in Prospect Heights, good for breakfast and brunch, open 7 days a week.

2. Brown Butter: Southern breakfast and brunch, located in Bedstuy, open Tuesday-Sunday.

3. Negril BK: Located in Park Slope. Offering Caribbean cuisine. Open Tuesday-Sunday.

4. The Gold Room: Traditional American food located in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. Open Tuesday through Saturday.

5. Czen: Modern, Caribbean-Asian Fusion in East Flatbush/Flatlands. Open Tuesday-Sunday.

6. 2 Chix: American Southern comfort food in Bedstuy offering breakfast and brunch. Open Monday-Saturday.

7. Sweet Science: American comfort food with a modern twist. Located in Williamsburg, open 7 days a week.

8. Peaches Grand: Located in Clinton Hill. Serving American seafood, open 7 days a week.

9. The Quarter Brooklyn: New American & Mediterranean food open Tuesday-Sunday. Located in Fort Green.

10. Lakou Cafe: Vegan friendly Haitian Fusion cuisine in Crown Heights. Open 7 days a week

11. Bunna Cafe: Vegan Ethiopean restaurant in Bushwick. Open Wednesday-Monday.

12. Chloe’s Restaurant & Lounge: Haitian food in Canarsie. Open 7 days a week.

13. Fusion East: Urban Caribbean and Soul food in East New York. Open 7 days a week.

14. Suite 704 Restaurant: Caribbean Fusion in Crown Heights. Open 7 days a week

15. Bamboo Walk: Upscale Traditional Caribbean Cuisine. Open 7 days a week. Located in East Flatbush

16. Rustik Tavern: New American restaurant in Bed-Stuy/Clinton Hil. Open Wednesday-Sunday.

17. Suede: Modern Caribbean Cuisine in East Flatbush. Open 7 days a week.

18. 95 South Soul Food: Located in Crown Heights. Open Tuesday through Saturday.

19. Wray’s Caribbean & Seafood Cuisine: Located in Clinton Hill. Open 7 days a week.

20. Sweet Chick: Located in Prospect Heights and Williamsburg. Open 7 days a week.

21. Caribbean Social: Located in Flatbush/Little Caribbean. Open Tuesday-Sunday

22. Soco: Open Tuesday-Sunday offering Southern Fused Cuisine. Located in Clinton Hill.

23. Kokomo: Caribbean fusion located in Williamsburg. Open Tuesday-Sunday.

24. Amarachi: Traditional American, African and Caribbean cuisine located in Downtown Brooklyn. Open 7 days a week.

25. Zaca Cafe: French and American flavors w/ a New York attitude.​ Located in Bedstuy. Open 7 days a week.

26. Zanmi: Haitian cuisine in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. Open 7 days a week.

27. BK9: Caribbean-inspired food in Park Slope. Open 7 days a week.

28. Footprints Cafe: Home of the rasta pasta. Jamaican food with locations in East Flatbush and Coney Island. Open 7 days a week.

29. Patrick Steakhouse: Steakhouse located in Crown Heights. Open 7 days a week.

30. Cafe Rue Dix: Senegalese and French Cuisine in Crown Heights. Open 7 days a week.

31. Savvy Bistro & Bar: Caribbean American fusion restaurant located in Crown Heights. Open 7 days a week.

32. Mangoseed + Zurilee: Dine-in Caribbean restaurant located in Flatbush. Open Thursday-Tuesday.

I hope you enjoyed my list of Black-owned brunch spots in Brooklyn. If you are looking for more than brunch, check out my list of 60+ Black Owned Restaurants in Brooklyn. Make sure to add these Black-owned businesses to your list for your next trip to NYC and share it with your friends and social community.

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