St. Louis Black Owned Restaurants You Must Try
St. Louis’ Black Owned restaurant scene is popping, serving up more than just the Soul Food “Norm”. Take a look at these great places to set your summer body progress back weeks (lol) — but trust me it is well worth it! Check out these Black Owned Restaurants, and help us add to the list by commenting your faves, too!!
Big Baby Q
11658 Dorsett Rd.
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
Welcome to Big Baby Q and Smokehouse, opened Spring 2016 in Maryland Heights. An intimate, carry-out neighborhood Q-joint open for lunch only. Honestly, the freshest and tastiest BBQ smoked long and slow with oak and cherry woods.
Big Baby Q and Smokehouse was crafted from the minds of local chef, Ben Welch and his father, a celebrated artist from Chicago area, Bennie Welch. The result is a company motivated to bring St. Louis an elevated experience of great hospitality, Memphis-style dry-rubbed meats, southern-inspired sides, and desserts and full-flavored sauces always made from scratch.
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I know this article is a little old but I still wanted to thank you for putting together this list. I’ve been actively trying to put my money where my mouth is and be the best ally I can be by supporting as many black-owned businesses as possible. Lists like this one makes it much, much easier. I live in St. Charles so it’s a bit more challenging to find places near me but 2 that I love on this side of the river: Lil Mickey’s BBQ and His + Hers BBQ (Also His + Hers Fried Chicken).