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DeadStock Coffee
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Abbey Creek Vineyard
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Akadi PDX
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Assembly Brewing
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Cason’s Fine Meats
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Jamaican Homestyle Cuisine
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Po' Shines
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Black Feast
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Enat Kitchen
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Spice of Africa
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Mathilde’s Kitchen PDX
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Trap Kitchen
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Everybody Eats
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Rose + Lincoln
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Budding Culture PDX
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Dub's St. Johns
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Novella Theory Floral Co.
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Elevated Coffee PDX
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Kiss Coffee PDX
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Nacheaux Food Cart
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Union Burger PDX
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DB Dessert Company
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Mandos PDX
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Fish Fusion PDX
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Reo's Ribs
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Galactic Grapes PDX
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Erica’s PDX
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P&S Premium Smokehouse PDX
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A Kids Book About
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Don't Shoot PDX
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Campaign Zero
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The Black Resilience Fund
Portland

Black-Owned Businesses in Portland


This list of Black-owned businesses in Portland is a result of collaboration across our global community and is by no means exhaustive. There are so many more incredible businesses out there and we welcome all suggestions. We have also listed some local initiatives for you to donate to, if you can. We’ll be updating this guide regularly, so if you feel like sharing, please email here. We'd like to thank Portland-based, Lillian Hardy and Sam Jackson, as well as other contributors who asked to remain anonymous, for helping us put this together.

This list of Black-owned businesses in Portland is a result of collaboration across our global community and is by no means exhaustive. There are so many more incredible businesses out there and we welcome all suggestions. We have also listed some local initiatives for you to donate to, if you can. We’ll be updating this guide regularly, so if you feel like sharing, please email here. We'd like to thank Portland-based, Lillian Hardy and Sam Jackson, as well as other contributors who asked to remain anonymous, for helping us put this together.

DeadStock Coffee

Owner, Ian Williams, offers sneaker-themed coffee + 👟 detail shop ☕️

www.deadstockcoffee.com

@deadstockcoffee

Abbey Creek Vineyard

🎧 The NW first & only Hip-Hop winery created by Bertony Faustin.

www.abbeycreekvineyard.com

@abbeycreekwine

Akadi PDX

Delicious, authentic west African cuisine cooked by a native west African girl.

www.akadipdx.com

@akadipdx

Cason’s Fine Meats

Full-service, fresh, all-natural meat.

www.casonsfinemeats.com

Find them on Facebook here.

Jamaican Homestyle Cuisine

They serve authentic Jamaican Cuisine in the heart of Portland. And yes, they cater events!

www.jamaicanhomestylepdx.com

@jamaicanhomestyle

Po' Shines

A contemporary soul food restaurant that provides career development opportunities and is non-profit.

www.poshines.com

@poshines_cafe_de_la_soul

Black Feast

Based in Portland, this pop-up vegan supper club is curated by two Black queer artists, Chef Salimatu Amabebe and artist, Annika Hansteen-Izora. It was founded on the premise to rail and dance against the erasure of Blackness in the food and art worlds.

www.blackfeastdinner.com

@black.feast

Enat Kitchen

A mellow Ethiopian spot offering yummy traditional food.

www.enat-kitchen.mxstorefront.com.

Find them on Facebook here.

Spice of Africa

A unique cultural experience where you can come learn how to cook African food or order some for dinner!

www.spiceofafrica.com

@spice_of_africa_cuisines

Mathilde’s Kitchen PDX

Fresh and delicious Haitian and Caribbean meals.

Find them on Facebook here.

Trap Kitchen

Everything to make you salivate: baby back ribs, brisket, chicken, cajun links, etc…

www.trapkitchen.com/pdx

@trapkitchenpdx

Everybody Eats

Private Chef/Caterer providing delicious food all throughout the PDX & Gresham area.

Find them on Facebook here.

Rose + Lincoln

The BEST green juices and smoothies. Literally, the best.

www.roseandlincoln.com

@roseandlincoln

Budding Culture PDX

Cannabis dispensary in the heart of Madison South neighbourhood.

www.buddingculturepdx.com

@budding.culture

Dub's St. Johns

Thrillist.com Top 21 Soul Food Kitchens in USA!

www.dubstjohns.com

@dubstjohns

Novella Theory Floral Co.

Black co-owned florist. Flowers & weddings without rules.

www.novellatheory.com

@novellatheoryfloral

Elevated Coffee PDX

Elevate your day with delicious drinks & homemade bagels, pastries, and sandwiches.

www.elevatedcoffeemlk.com

@elevatedcoffeeco

Kiss Coffee PDX

Keeping it sweet and simple. Good coffee, good food.

wwww.kisscoffeepdx.business.site

@kisscoffeepdx

Nacheaux Food Cart

Owner Anthony Brown and big smile brings unique food is unique in his bright blue cart with Southern and Mexican inspired fusion of just plain ol” deliciousness.

www.cartlandia.com/naucheaux

@nacheauxfoodcart

Union Burger PDX

New flav with an old-school style. Think quality burgers, sides, and more.

www.unionburgerpdx.com

@unionburgerpdx

DB Dessert Company

Home of custom cakes & elaborate cupcakes, cookies... you name it.

www.db-dessert-company.square.site

@dbdessertcompany

Fish Fusion PDX

Southern-style cuisine fused with their Oregon roots.

www.fish-fusion.com

@fishfusion_pdx

Reo's Ribs

"If we smoking, then we open" is their mantra. Mississippi-style BBQ. Also, no big deal, but owned by Snoop Dogg's uncle.

www.reosribs.com

@reosribspdx

Galactic Grapes PDX

A fun and tasty twist on your average healthy snacks. Perfect snacks for kids.

Buy their merch here.

@galacticgrapespdx

Erica’s PDX

A soul food cart serving heart-warming dishes.

@ericaspdx

P&S Premium Smokehouse PDX

A BBQ food truck with mouth-watering meat.

@pspremiumsmokehousepdx

A Kids Book About

This publishing company all started with a book written by co-founder and CEO, Jelani Memory. As a black father with a blended family, racism was an inevitable topic of conversation. The increasingly popularity of this book developed into creating more books about complex topics such as feminism, cancer, gratitude, belonging and much more.

To learn more about Jelani's approach to children's education, check out The Future Founder's interview here.

www.akidsbookabout.com

@akidsbookabout

Don't Shoot PDX

Their work and activism includes direct community education workshops, supporting the outreach of their continued advocacy as first respondents, and helping community members contribute through direct engagement and legislative value. They are focused on shifting cultural and systemic discrimination.

www.dontshootpdx.org

Campaign Zero

An amazing initiative which tracks the progress of the federal, state and local legislation which addresses police violence.

www.joincampaignzero.org

The Black Resilience Fund

Founded by Cameron Whitten, a local Portlander, who has more than five years of experience in non-profit leadership and donation accountability. Cameron has served as the Executive Director of local nonprofits such as Know Your City, Brown Hope, and Q Center.

www.gofundme.com/f/the-black-resilience-fund