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5 Local Black-Owned Restaurants to visit this year in Toronto

Are you looking for a great local Black-owned restaurant to try today?

Then look no further because we’ve got you covered. Here are 5 local restaurants that you need to visit this spring in the Greater Toronto area. 

Located in Brampton, Onyxx Sports Bar offers such an enjoyable atmosphere, we can’t wait to see more locations pop up around the GTA. With unique menu items like Oxtail poutine and great tasting foods and drinks, you need to try this local Black-Owned sports bar today. 

Your tropical getaway nestled in the heart of Bowmanville, Ontario. Star Apple Restaurant lets you immerse yourself in Jamaica’s tantalizing taste and warm hospitality! Patio season is upon us and this is one Black-owned restaurant patio that you’ve just got to check out this year. 

Don’t visit the Danforth without stopping for a bite at this local Black-owned gem, located at 699 Danforth Ave; Sugar Kane Restaurant. Serving fine Caribbean and Cajun cuisine, Sugar Kane Caribbean restaurant was started by 3 sisters who have family-inspired dishes that will make you feel just like you’re back home. 

Renowned celebrity Chef, cookbook author and caterer of the year, Noel Cunningham, has opened his very first restaurant right here in Toronto! Head over to 300 College St. to personally try his hand. 

Nestled in Little Jamaica at 2039 Eglington Ave. W, Carib21 offers flavours and dishes from all around the Caribbean. Menu items like Jerk Shrimp and classic comfort foods like Mac pie mean the next time you are on Eglington West, stop by to try one of the lunch specials at Carib21. 


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