There are lots of ways to celebrate Black History Month, including (our personal favorite) ordering food from Black-owned restaurants across the city. Here's our list of Black-owned restaurants currently offering takeout and delivery in your area.Less
Gypsy Rose is an extensive space attached to a Holiday Inn Hotel with a selection of bar snacks like fried shrimp and wings, and mains like assiette du pêcheur and dibi lamb. You can also enjoy their $35-dollar prix-fixe weekend brunch among the greenery on their outdoor patio.
Want to pick up some bread pudding, jerk chicken with rice and peas, and curry goat in Chelsea Market? That's what Tings is for. This counter-service spot is open noon to 8pm every day.
The meat sampler at Awash includes your choice of four Ethiopian dishes for $20, while the vegetable sampler includes your choice of five for the same price. But no matter which one you choose, you’ll get several rolls of fantastic injera bread with your order. This place is open every day but Monday, and you can find delivery options on their website.
This East Village ice cream spot is open every day, and it stays open extra late (until 1am) on weekends. Stop by for some flavors like Foxy Brown (mocha with caramel and chocolate wafers) and Pink Floyd (strawberry cheesecake). Check their Instagram for more information.
Brooklyn Chop House has steak, pork chops, veal chops, and red velvet cake. They also serve an extravagant meal (called the LSD) that involves lobster, steak, and duck, which costs $495 and feeds 5-6. Find more info and make reservations (maybe for the LSD) on their website.
For shrimp and grits or a burger, grab some food from BLVD. They’re open Wednesday through Sunday, with brunch on weekends, Happy Hour on weekdays, and DJ nights Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
You can and should eat red velvet pancakes for dinner tonight (or brunch this weekend). That’s what Chocolat is for. This place is open for brunch and dinner every single day, with indoor and outdoor dining. Donate to Chocolat Harlem's Food Insecurity Community Relief Fund.
Open for brunch six days a week (and dinner most days), stop by The Edge Harlem for shrimp and grits, a jerk caesar salad, or fish and chips. (The menu is split into sections labeled New York, Jamaica, and England.) Learn more, place a delivery order, or make a reservation through their website.
Accra is serving West African food in Central Harlem, and they're currently open for pickup and delivery Wednesday through Thursday from 11am to 9pm.
Get yourself a burger, a Cobb salad, or some brunch at Home Sweet Harlem. This spot is open daily (although only until 1:30pm on Mondays), and you can book a private party here.