Check Out These 12 Awesome Black-Owned Businesses in Montgomery County
Restaurants, clothing stores, bookstores, and more, these black-owned businesses in Montgomery County offer great products and services. Check out these local black-owned small businesses to see where you can shop and support your local community.
This black-owned, vegan café serves up deliciously nutritious plant-based foods. It is Ambler’s first vegan and black-owned café and is located at 20 East Butler Ave.
Look through books and comics penned by black authors, in addition to jewelry, clothing, art, and more art this cozy black-owned shop in Landsdale is located at 317 W. Main St.
With over twenty years in business, this company offers a variety of services including graphic design, large format printing, and envelope printing. It’s located at 4 Karen Road in Plymouth Meeting.
Enjoy authentic West African and Caribbean cuisine right in the Philadelphia suburbs. This restaurant serves up oxtail, curry goat, fried tilapia, traditional fried plantains, and more. It even offers a mobile food truck to cater to events. Buutchiis Grille is located at 35 E. Butler Ave. in Ambler.
This Elkins Park bakery is owned by Vanessa Jackson, who serves up over two dozen cheesecake flavors from cherry, chocolate, to birthday cake, cinnamon roll, and red velvet. The bakery is located at 910 Township Line Road in Elkins Park.
Add a bit of extra glamor to your look with lash lifts and extensions from Denee Marcel Lashes, or get your eyebrows styled or enjoy one of the various skin treatments the salon offers. The salon is located at 828 W. Lancaster Ave. in Bryn Mawr.
Inspired by her native Nigeria, Adesola Elabor and her brother Dara Ajayi, started their own ready-to-wear clothing line for men, women, and children made with African-inspired prints. The collection can be bought online or at their showroom at 910 E. Main St. in Norristown.
Bringing her expertise from her time at QVC as a hair and makeup artist, owner Marcia Williams brings quality to her signature line of lip products. Their latest formula is even vegan and cruelty-free.
Owners Adrian Moody and Robyn Jones – the gallery’s namesakes – rotate a selection of fine art every month. From sculptures to paintings, there is always something interesting in the gallery. Visit it at 107B S. Easton Road in Glenside.
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Young athletes can cultivate their abilities with classes offered for a variety of ages and skill levels. This black-owned gym is located at 26 Portland Road in West Conshohocken.
This spa offers everything from facials to deep tissue massages. Come and relax at this spa located at 100 Main St. in King of Prussia.
This black-owned studio provides expert wax treatments that will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth. You can also get your brows and lashes done here too. The studio is located at 258 W. Dekalb Pike in King of Prussia.
Read more about these black-owned businesses at Main Line Today.
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