Have you heard about Boston’s Black Restaurant Challenge? It began on the first of February and ends tomorrow.
The challenge is to eat at four black owned restaurants in Boston during the month.
February is Black History Month and a great time to learn about the past. But it’s also a great time to learn about what’s happening now — and take that knowledge and use it to plan for the future.
So what do you do when the month is over? What if you missed the challenge?
Keep on or start supporting these small businesses! Now we have a great restaurant list.
Let’s be real. February is the shortest month of the year. In Boston, it’s filled with snow, ice, cold and generally blah weather. This year, the flu kicked into high gear and many people were sick.
But now we’re moving into March. There’s more daylight. Warmer temperatures. At least for me, the better the weather, the better I feel. So, I’m more inclined to venture out. I’ve tried a few places on the list already and I’m looking forward to trying some more.
Something else to know about the Black Restaurant Challenge is that it’s not just in Boston. Many cities around the country have been promoting Black Restaurant Week for the past few years and more are joining in.
Now this is a tasty trend that I hope keeps growing.
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2 thoughts on “Boston Black Restaurant Challenge: What You Should Know”
Never heard of this. Thanks for the jnfo & the list
Jenise – You’re welcome!
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