All Set Restaurant & Bar, Miss Toya’s Creole House, and Believe N Bread are participating in the fifth annual DMV Black Restaurant Week, which begins today and ends on Sunday, Nov. 13.
Featuring this year’s theme of “reshaping our community through ownership and luxury,” the annual promotion aims to highlight black-owned restaurants and service providers in the D.C. Metropolitan Area.
To us DMVbrw is not just about a week, it’s about impact in the community all year round. Our mission is to use food as a force for good and our motto is culture, education, and good food. We advocate for the local black-owned restaurant and food service provider, celebrate togetherness, inclusive to businesses who support our mission, and increase the prosperity of the local economy.
All Set and Miss Toya’s will be offering a $45 3-course prix fixe menu and special item options. Believe N Bread, which has bread and baked items for sale at the Takoma Park-Silver Spring Co-op and Main Street Pearl’s Beans not Bacon pop-up, will offer pickup specials.
A full list of participating restaurants can be found on the DMV Black Restaurant Week website.
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