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Black Owned Restaurants in Louisville

In celebration of Black History Month, Mali Bucher, junior Promotional Coordinator, shares 6 Black-owned restaurants to try across Louisville!
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Indi’s Fast Food Restaurant

3820 W Market St, Unit 3800, Louisville, KY 40212

Famous for their fried chicken and striped facades, Indi’s can be found in west Louisville but also has 5 other locations in Louisville and one in Jeffersonville.

 

Roof Top Grill

414 W Oak St, Louisville, KY 40203

The Roof Top Grill offers a variety of quality Jamaican food at a great price. They can be found in Old Louisville.

 

The Black Italian

2009 Highland Ave, Louisville, KY 40204

Found in the Highlands, The Black Italian serves up “​​authentic Italian cuisine with a touch of soul” for catering-to-go and pick-up by appointment.

 

Queen of Sheba

2804 Taylorsville Road, Louisville, KY 40205

Directly across from Bowman Field, Queen of Sheba is a popular spot for Ethiopian cuisine in Louisville. You can also purchase Ethiopian spices to use at home through their spice store at ethiopianspices.com

 

Fleur de Tea

10704 Meeting St, Louisville, KY 40059

A cozy spot for a cup of tea, Fleur de Tea is located in Norton Commons, with a location on S. 4th Street in Old Louisville. You can also purchase their tea directly from their website at fleurdetea.store/shop

 

The House of Marigold

10310 Shelbyville Rd, Louisville, KY 40223

A popular spot for breakfast, lunch, and brunch, The House of Marigold prides itself on being family, female, and Black owned. They can be found in Middletown and offer catering services as well.

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Mali Bucher, Promotional Coordinator
Mali Bucher is a junior and a Promotional Coordinator and Designer for On The Record. This is her second year on staff and she is looking forward to creating content for On The Record and distributing it for Louisville to enjoy. Mali loves playing field hockey, cooking, and being outdoors.
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