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Must-Visit: Restaurants in African and Black Diaspora Cuisine

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USA

Desta: Delectable Ethiopian cuisine in a cozy, elegant atmosphere
3086 Briarcliff Road
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 929-0011
www.destaethiopiankitchen.com

 

Ms. Tootsies: Southern cuisine meets swanky and trendy at this world class restaurant/bar/lounge
1312 South Street
Philadelphia, PA
(215) 985-9001
www.kevenparker.net

Tam Tam: an African restaurant using exotic flavors and fresh, healthy ingredients that sometimes features live music. carry-out and delivery options are available, too.
5722 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21212
www.tamtamrestaurant.com/home.html

Tropical Taste: May be a described as a “hole in the wall,” but foodies agree this spot delivers! Banging Caribbean flavor and tradition plus lots of bang for your buck
3330 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 395-0804

Sweetie Pie’s: An animated staff, live music, and delicious soul food
4270 Manchester Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
(314) 371-0304

France

Habesha Restaurant: In the Vaugirard district of Paris, discover traditional Ethiopian food, eaten the traditional Ethiopian way, with the fingers. This cozy corner bistro offers a glimpse of Ethiopia in the heart of Paris.
19 rue copreaux
75015 Paris
+33 1 43 06 09 42
www.habesharestaurant.com

 

United Kingdom

805 Restaurant: South African-inspired cuisine in a fine dining atmosphere
805 Old Kent Road
London
SE15 1NX
Phone: +44 207 639 0808
www.805restaurant.com

Eko Wine Bar & Restaurant: Experienced restaurateurs bring succulent wine and Nigerian food to the heart of the Borough of Hackney, including live music on the weekends
160 Homerton High Road
London
E9 6JA
Phone: 0208 985 7345
www.ekorestaurant.co.uk/ 

China

Pili Pili: African barbeque and a nifty selection of African inspired gifts
Dongfang Qicai Market
Chaoyang District (8448 4332)

Japan

Rude Boy Café:  A laid back, Jamaica-themed bar just behind Jiyugaoka Station.
〒158-0083
東京都世田谷区奥沢5-28-15
PHONE : 03-3772-6992
www.iriecompany.com/rudeboycafe/

Caribbean

 

Mama Marley’s: Classic Jamaican food and the legacy of Bob Marley live at this restaurant owned by none other than the mother of the legend himself
520 Main Street
Ochos Rios
St. Ann, Jamaica
Phone: 876- 974 – 0197
www.bobmarleymovement.com/mama.html 

Ti Bananne Bar at Coco Palm: Award-winning Chef Gian Carol brings French Caribbean eats to this pool side bistro and bar, complete with live music in the evenings
Rodney Bay Blvd
Rodney Bay Village, St. Lucia
758-456-2800
www.coco-resorts.com/dining/ti_bananne_bar.html

Ghana

Ghanaian Village Restaurant at Busua Beach Resort:  In the western region, over-looking the Atlantic ocean, this restaurant serves fine Ghanaian food with a continental flare. Atmosphere complete with thatched roof huts and live music.
Agona Ahanta, Ghana
+233 (0) 3120 93307-9/ 020 6388029
www.gbhghana.net/busua/dining-a-restaurants

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