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Black-Owned Restaurants In Los Angeles With Outdoor Dining Options
With endless sunshine in Southern California, it makes sense to take your dining outdoors. Support these Black-owned restaurants across Los Angeles that are now offering patio seating with the health and safety of their patrons in the mind.
Grab a spot on the small outdoor patio for some of downtown Inglewood’s best Southern dishes. Rusty Pot Café sources their fresh ingredients from local farmer’s markets, boosting the flavors of their most popular dishes like their famous fried chicken and the crispy chicken sandwich.
Best of L.A. 2020 winner and one of the most popular new spots in town, Hotville Chicken has outdoor patio seating on the weekends. Their famous chicken is floured and fried in a secret blend of spices that has earned them multiple awards.
Alta Adams has a huge patio that’s tucked back from the busy street into a quiet residential neighborhood. Designed to be an inclusive setting, serving Cali-soul food and great cocktails, the restaurant serves up everything from avocado toast to the Alta burger made with aged cheddar, bacon, and lettuce.
Enjoy your morning coffee and Old School Coffee Cake on the patio at South LA Café, a community space that takes endless pride in the history, legacy, and future of the South Central Community.
Patio seating recently reopened at My Two Cents, the neighborhood favorite offering Southern comfort food. You won’t be disappointed with any item on this decadent menu, but you’ll certainly want to try the Creole shrimp and corn grits or the plantain stuffed pork chop with a side of iced tea.