Black-owned restaurants in San Antonio you can support

Supporting black-owned restaurants helps feed the hunger for equality

Featured: (Left) DeeWillie's BBQ and (Right) Malik's Philly's Phamous Cheesesteaks (Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)

SAN ANTONIO – Investing in a business has an impact that directly affects that business’s future, especially in 2020. Help black-owned restaurants keep their doors open and support the black community by dining at one of these restaurants in San Antonio.


A Map of Black-owned restaurants in San Antonio you can support

Black-owned restaurants in San Antonio you can support

Jacked Potato LLC - 8340 Seguin Rd Suite 4, Converse, TX 78109

South Chicken & Waffles - 5739 Callaghan Rd Ste. 100, San Antonio, TX 78228

Wayne’s Wings - 4453 Walzem Rd, San Antonio, TX 78218

The Big Bib - 104 Lanark Dr, San Antonio, TX 78218

DeeWillie’s BBQ - 12130 O’Connor Rd, San Antonio, TX 78233

Sip-It Daiquiris To-Go - 1717 Pat Booker Rd, Universal City, TX 78148

Weathered Souls - 606 Embassy Oaks #500, San Antonio, TX 78216

The Purple Pig - 2503 Funston Rd, Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234

Datz it Datz All Fodd Truck - 6677 FM1346, San Antonio, TX 78220

Mark’s Outing - 1624 E Commerce St, San Antonio, TX 78205

Malik’s Philly’s Phamous Cheesesteaks - 2301 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212

WingIt - 1645 Pat Booker Rd #101, Universal City, TX 78148

Smashing Crab - 700 E Sonterra Blvd #1117, San Antonio, TX 78258

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