National Black Business Month

Last updated on August 13, 2020

August 1st marked the beginning of National Black Business Month. During this month, we encourage you to show some extra love to downtown Orlando Black Owned Businesses.  Between restaurants, salons, and retail, there are plenty of ways to show your support. We have put together a list of downtown businesses for you to explore:

Downtown Orlando Black-Owned Businesses

  • Neu Blooms – Whether you’re looking to freshen up your home or a special gift for a loved one – there’s always a good reason to buy flowers. Neu Blooms has got you covered for every occasion.
  • Styles by Son Jae – Son Jae specializes in custom cuts, hair extensions, and coloring. Their luxury sun-filled salon even has a private massage room.
  • Jack & Jackies Wingz Thingz & BBQ – From the sauciest wings to chicken and waffles, Jack & Jackies Wingz Thingz & BBQ has all you need to satisfy your BBQ cravings.
  • Ma Bell’s Sandwiches & Ice Cream – If you are in need of a new lunch spot, Ma’Bell’s Ice Cream and Sandwich has you covered. They offer delicious sandwiches and sweet ice cream.
  • Sunshine Coin Laundry – Sunshine Coin Laundry provides a family atmosphere, a clean environment.
  • Nikki’s Place – At Nikki’s Place you will discover unassuming soul-food like fried chicken and barbecue mainstays.
  • Foodies Café – Foodies Café is where good food meets books and conversation. Join them for breakfast or brunch with their coffees, teas, and desserts. 
  • Popcorn Junkie – Popcorn Junkie is downtown’s snack destination. They offer handcrafted fresh gourmet popcorn with special “made from scratch” recipes.
  • Jam-Eng – Jam-Eng represents the children of the owners as they are a mixture of two cultures (Jamaican and English). Visit Jam-Eng for authentic, mouthwatering fresh Jamaican and English food.
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