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The Top Black-Owned Bars To Support Around The World
From Australia to France, Ghana, England, and America, the global bar scene is full of Black owners.
Here are the top Black-owned bars to support worldwide:
Bô is a unique Caribbean bar and restaurant in the Latin Quarter of Paris where you can find Creole and Caribbean cuisine and cocktails.
Bar Labyrinth is home to the art of mixology where you’ll find African-Caribbean soul food, music, the cultivation of spoken word and poetry, and some of the best cocktails in the city.
Opened by sisters Marva and Myriam Babel, Ode To Babel is a cool low-key chill cocktail bar and lounge in crown heights Brooklyn.
Ode to Babel also provides a platform for local and/or independent creatives to showcase their art- whether in the form of film, music, mixed media, and performance. It’s the perfect spot for a chill vibe.
West London’s Trailer Happiness is an award-winning cocktail bar on Portobello Road serving the finest classic and original cocktails with a Tiki twist.
Located in Notting Hill, the bar is owned by Sly Augustine. Under his ownership, the bar has earned recognition from some of the world’s biggest drinks industry awards.
Lazybones Lounge Restaurant & Bar features live music seven nights a week, with fantastic food and a wide range of beverages served by friendly helpful staff. There is a small cover charge that goes towards live music.
The Assembly is a bar and bottle shop serving craft beer, wine, its signature Espresso Martinis, and more.