Chef David Thomas put a contemporary twist on soul food with African and Asian American influences to create dishes like Fried Blue Catfish,
The Urban Oyster is the first female, black-owned oyster bar in Maryland. Stop by anytime for $1 oysters or a sold-out live performance.
This vegan soul food restaurant's goal is to introduce African American and Latino communities to the vegan lifestyle in a healthy, yet inexpensive way.
Community first, cafe second is the motto at Dovecote Café, where guests are welcomed to come and stay for New Orleans style étouffée and R&B sing-alongs.
This Café was created in honor of the late Shirley McDowell, a local food professional remembered for her joyful charm and southern style cooking.
Check out their $35 all-you-can-eat brunch on weekends and $25 3 course dinners on Monday nights.
.Owner Sarah Simington traveled the world perfecting her cooking skills before opening the cafe with her mother Sherri in 1996.
This cozy cafe offers a mixture of artful conversation and community over corned beef omelets, Belgian waffles, and Cajun Shrimp w/ Portabella Mushroom Salad to start your morning.