The soul food meal combinations feature mac n cheese, fried chicken thighs, gumbo, cornbread, and any other southern staple you can think of.
This Black-owned sandwich shop has fresh ingredients to make a unique sandwich for you. The deli is popular for its banana bread and papaya seed dressing.
This Caribbean meal-prep and weekly plate service was created by a personal chef who was influenced by her own cultural roots.
Creative Cakes & Snacks is a family-owned Black business that has been serving the community in Hawai’i for over 20 years. They offer sugar and gluten-free desserts.
Le Crêpe Café is a multi-purpose café that serves morning and lunch food treats such as crêpes, salads, sandwiches, smoothies, açai bowls, and coffee.
With Sicilian-style pan pizza, the establishment has been closed due to the pandemic but is now just beginning to serve their community again with their authentic pizza slices.
Fat Cheeks provides all the best fried seafood dishes paired with their Cajun shrimp and clam chowder side-dishes. It is definitely a must-have in Hawai’i.
Located in the North Shore area, Maya’s Tapas and Wine uses Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine to call in customers.
Kye Tea House’s mission is all about using the power of plants in tea to curate a mindful wellness space for its consumers.