25 Black-Owned Businesses You Need To Check Out In Miami


More and more people are becoming interested in supporting Black-owned businesses nationwide. Here in Miami, there are various types of shops, businesses and restaurants one can visit or buy from. We crafted a list of Black-owned businesses you can check out in the 305 below:

Historic Virginia Key Beach Park (4020 Virginia Beach Drive) -- Beach park

Integrated Conditioning Fitness (2950 SW 122nd Ave) -- Fitness and training

Blue Paris Bakery & Bistro (1629 Collins Avenue) -- Restaurant

Wynwood Parlor (1756 North Bayshore Drive, 10th Floor Pool Deck) -- Ice cream sandwich shop

Beloved Box (1028 NW 3rd Ave) -- Wellness products

Visible Results by Abby (12245 SW 112th St) -- Natural hair stylist

Family Counseling, LLC (5571 N. University Drive, Suite 101) -- Counseling service

Tap Tap Tours Miami (822 NE 125th Street, Ste.105) -- Bus tours in the Miami area

Groovin' Bean Coffee Bar & Lounge (801 Northwest 3rd Ave) -- Coffee bar and restaurant

Cote Gourmet (9999 NE 2nd Ave) -- Restaurant featuring Senegalese cuisine

Mara'J Boutique -- Gifts for any occasion

Honey Uninhibited (1777 SW 3rd Ave) -- Southern comfort food

Sayblee -- Vegan hair care brand

Yay Day Paper Co. -- Stationary and crafting products

SE Boutique -- Clothing store and brand

Black Girl Sunscreen -- Sunscreen for black women and people of color

Midtown Creamery -- Ice cream and dessert bar

Sunset Lover -- Waterproof beach pillows

Suki's Seafood & Grill (4850 NW 2nd Ave) -- Caribbean restaurant

Key2MIA -- Tourism agency

Prizm Art Fair (169 East Flagler Street) -- Art fair exhibit for artists from Africa and the African diaspora

Sensual Candle Co. -- Hand-poured luxury coconut wax candles

Magnolia Birth House (16821 NE 6th Ave) -- Natural birth center

Yuri Jai -- Design and consultancy

The Party Co. -- Special events production company

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