From coffee shops to bookstores to fashion stores, here is a list of black-owned businesses in New York City that you can now support.
This café, bookstore, and fashion store on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, which opened in 2017, will welcome you to the neighborhood. Come for a coffee and discover an excellent collection of all the black books to learn about the stories of people of color.
This boutique sells beautifully crafted African fashion with a focus on black women’s clothing, accessories, and accessories for colored women, men, and children.
Owner Busayo left her job as a corporate lawyer in 2011 with a passion to start the business. Customers have shopped at Saks for her style, and even Dr. Angela Davis has worn it. It’s an exciting time to be a part of the black fashion scene in New York City and the world in general, that’s what their designs are about.
You can call or make an appointment and find out why at your Brownsville store or in New York City or the Bronx.
This wellness center in Brooklyn is aimed at people of color and you can use the online live stream for $10 per hour or $30 per month. Yoga, meditation, studio classes, and more are offered temporarily online, but when the physical space in the center reopens, swing by, have a coffee, look out into the garden and take the coffee. The yoga and healing courses offered by the New York Yoga and Meditation Center (NYYMC) in Manhattan’s East Village are moving from their physical location to offer temporary yoga, meditations, studios, classes, more online.
You can also book private events through their website for $10 per hour or $30 per month for a full day of courses and workshops.
This Lower East Side bakery, which also boasts an impressive variety of flavors, has one of the best pastries in New York City, and it’s probably hard to stop at just one. The irresistibly crispy biscuits on the outside are irresistible and on the inside sweet, savory, sweet, and spicy.
Venue says: “We are absolutely committed to operating our space with the utmost care and respect for the health of our guests and staff.
The boutique’s arrangements also reflect the importance they attach to uniqueness, and you will certainly be able to buy unique centerpieces inspired by the vibrant colors and textures of their original designs. Black – your own florist offers stunning floral arrangements, or just brighten up your day – today. Vases thrive in this room and add a touch of vintage flair and modernity to any arrangement.
Everything is done very quickly here, so if you find something you like in Lichen’s furniture store in Williamsburg, get in touch immediately.
If you live in New York City or any other major city in the United States, you know that there are many local black shops to love, from locally oriented cafes to local restaurants. In the boroughs, black-owned businesses in New York are constantly making this charming city a better place to live.