The Boston Black Hospitality Coalition (BBHC) was created out of the necessity to have a directed initiative that ensures the future of Boston’s Black-owned hospitality community. Our priority is to preserve a 180+ year legacy of food, culture, and business in Boston’s black communities.
Celebrate food, culture, and community with Boston’s black-owned restaurants. Discover the traditional flavors that proudly showcase a rich and resourceful heritage. Experience the hospitality of over 70 eateries and cocktail bars while enjoying a variety of specials, promotions, and events throughout the month of June.
The Boston Black Hospitality Coalition is collaborating with the Roxbury Main Streets and Nubian Square businesses and associations committed to the revival of the historic commerce and transportation hub. The Summer in the Square series will commemorate and reflect the future development plans for the Nubian Square area.
Coalition has helped sustain members through closures.
These businesses entered the pandemic at an economic disadvantage. It’s time for everyone to invest in them, and not just during Black History Month.
Boston City Council resolution highlighting our work to help impacted Black businesses throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your support and contributions will enable us to provide support for businesses affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Your generous donation will support our relief efforts.
Learn more about our cause, upcoming events, fundraisers, and more!