Supporting Black-Owned Dallas

How To Spend 48 Hours

Black-owned Dallas is an experience in itself. While the city is often associated with its football team, the Dallas Cowboys, there is plenty of culture in the Southern city, too.

Sometimes it can be overshadowed by buzzing Houston, but if you are traveling to Dallas, we assure you, you’ll still have an amazing time. 

With the continued push to support Black businesses around the world, we wanted to curate this sample itinerary for those of you who are currently in the city, or those who have plans to visit soon.

From good food, bookstores, and more, here’s how to make the most of your two days while supporting Black-owned Dallas.

According to the Stay Black Experience – a resource for Black-owned accommodations, there are a few options in the Dallas area, including Homewood Suites.

Day 1:

where to stay

When it comes to getting around, download the app eCarra as it just so happens to be a Black-owned rideshare service in Dallas.

Getting Around

Located near Texas Wesleyan University, starting your day with Black Coffee is starting on the day on the right note.

Breakfast At Black Coffee in Fort Worth

Working out on vacation doesn’t have to feel like a chore. Jam Box is a unique boutique group fitness center offering something for everyone.

Jam Box Fitness Lounge

Dock Bookshop opened in 2008 and is the largest African American-owned full-service bookstore in Texas and the Southwest.

Shop At The Largest African-American Owned Bookstore in Texas

Tyrus, DeMarcus, and Chase are the owners of Crazy Brothers Cuisine in Dallas, that’ll always make you feel welcome and go away feeling fat full!

Dinner With Crazy Brothers Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

head over to Travel Noire to read more about Dallas's black owned businesses

curious to see what day two has in store?