Foodies: Top 5 Black-Owned Food Eateries in Kansas City

. If you want to be treated like royalty, make your way to the Soiree Steak and Oyster House.

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Chixen Kansas City


When it comes to Chicken, You have to have the right recipes to make sure you stand the test of time. Well, look no further, that delicious-tasting place is “Chixen Kansas City.”  Owned by Anthony Olusegun Dedmon. This black-owned food spot uses 100% ground chicken patties loaded with powerhouse flavor. Also on the menu is their Culture Burger drizzled with jerk aioli and their cornbread waffles. There are so many great options to choose from. The owners are heavily invested in the community as well, working with youth groups and social programs for those in need. If you want some amazing great chicken, make sure you stop by Chixen Kansas City.

Gigi’s Vegan + Wellness Café


If you’re looking for the best Black-owned vegan spot in Kansas City, Make sure you make your way to Gigi’s Vegan + Wellness Café. The owner who is a food activist, “Gigi Jones” has amazing entrees to satisfy your meatless tastes. Starting off with her nutmeat patty “Nubian Burger” and the “Soul Tacos” that mix Mexican influence with Southern accents. This spot is where Vegans need to be when they want to fulfill their appetite with delicious foods.

Gates BBQ


When it comes to the best barbecue in Kansas City, Gates BBQ has laid the claim to the best bone-sucking sauce in town since 1949. This family-owned Black food spot has been a local favorite for generations. With an entire menu of slabs of beef, ribs, chicken, and much more. If you are in need of some great dessert, You definitely have to try their world-famous yammer pie.

 Soiree Steak & Oyster House

If you want the best soul food in Kansas City, served with an elegant flair, then make your way to the Soiree Steak & Oyster House. From their famous raw bar items and delicious entrees to their southern catfish meals and bourbon-glazed pork chops. You are guaranteed exceptional service on beautifully presented plates. If you want to be treated like royalty, make your way to the Soiree Steak and Oyster House. You will receive a classy experience you won’t forget.

 Ruby Jean’s Juicery

This phenomenal place is named after CEO Chris Goode’s beloved great-grandmother “Ruby Jean.” Goode launched a business focused on healthy living. The juicery offers a laid-back vibe, where you can enjoy some vital living food that’s delicious and goes down smoothly. Hand-crafted juices with everything from strawberries and kale. If you get hungry, they can accommodate you with an acai bowl or some avocado toast. You will definitely feel healthier after stopping at Ruby Jean’s Juicery.



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