Arts & Culture, Dining

Support Black-Owned Businesses

Downtown Sac

Discover and support local Black-owned businesses in #DowntownSac! We’ve put together a list of stores and restaurants you can support during Black History Month. Even if businesses are currently closed, we encourage you to see how you can still support them! Buy a gift card, write a review and continue to #SupportLocal in your community.

Ambiance Lounge – 910 2nd Street (Temporarily closed)

Blossom Bathhouse – 1106 2nd Street

Bohemian Aesthetic Atelier – 106 L Street Suite 1

Cafe Connection – 1007 L Street

Capital Agenda – 405 K Street

Danny’s Mini Donuts – 900 2nd Street

Darling Aviary – 712 K Street (co-owned)

Great House of Dance –  1020 Front Street

LiBush International Connections Africa – 112 K Street

Nash and Proper – 1023 K Street (co-owned)

NEO Escape Rooms – 1124 2nd Street (co-owned)

Original House of Soul – 900 2nd Street

Steampunk Cigar – 431 I St #103

The Karmic Leaf – 1131 K Street

Note: This is just a listing of businesses that are in the downtown district from Front Street to 16th Street and H to N Streets. Please email us if missing anyone on the list! Beyond downtown, there are many more Black-owned businesses to support too:

Sac Bee: Sacramento’s Black-Owned Restaurants

Sacramento Black-Owned Business List 

Yelp Sacramento: Black-Owned Businesses in Sacramento 

The Sacramento Kings tip-off their 21st Annual Black History Month celebration with a variety of programs, dialogues, virtual sessions and workshops. For more information, visit Kings.com.

Here are some additional resources, places to support, and information we find helpful:

Build.Black. Mobile App – The Sacramento Kings have teamed up with the Build. Black. Coalition to amplify the launch of the Build. Black. mobile app. This digital platform is designed to bring together entrepreneurs, artists, businesses, consumers and community members to build the social, economic and cultural vitality in Sacramento and beyond. App users will be able to promote their business endeavors and community events, find and support Black businesses and artists, and join the ongoing conversation and movement to invest in the power, talents and futures of Black individuals, families and communities.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Yelp Sacramento (@yelpsacramento)

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Lauren Charles (@locharles_)