Looking for Black owned brunch spots in Brooklyn? Brooklyn, New York, a melting pot of cultures and flavors, is known for its vibrant culinary scene. Brunch has evolved into an art form in New York City, combining good vibes, diverse cuisines, delicious dishes, and sometimes live music.
While exploring Brooklyn’s great food culture, it’s essential to celebrate and support Black-owned businesses that contribute to the community’s growth and prosperity.
In this article, I’ll be sharing some of the best Black-owned brunch spots in Brooklyn. These restaurants offer a variety of traditional dishes on their brunch menu like french toast, home fries, fried chicken and red velvet waffles, and shrimp and grits with some offering bottomless mimosas and signature cocktails. Since the weekend brunch is usually packed, I’ve also included restaurants offering brunch during the week too.
1. Cheryl’s Global Soul: Southern 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 the Park Slope area of Brooklyn. 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 cuisine 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: Haitian Fusion cuisine with vegan options in Crown Heights. Open 7 days a week
11. Bunna Cafe: Ethiopian vegan cuisine 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. Brooklyn Beso: Located in Bed Stuy. Open 7 days a week.
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 in Brooklyn for special occasions or larger groups, check out my list of the best Black-owned restaurants in Brooklyn. By supporting Black-owned businesses, you can help to make a difference in the Black community.
So next time you’re looking for a restaurant for your next trip to NYC with delicious brunch options, be sure to check out one of these great Black-owned businesses and share this post with your friends and social media community.