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By Haley Laurence
When you think of notable Alabama restaurants, chances are you’ll immediately think of a Black-owned restaurant.
After all, many of the state’s oldest and most cherished restaurants are Black-owned. From Brenda’s Bar-B-Que Pit (opened in 1942) in Montgomery to Lannie’s Bar-B-Que Spot (1946) in Selma, many Black-owned restaurants have stood the test of time.
There are also many new Black-owned restaurants making waves and experimenting with all types of cuisine. Southern National not only has put Mobile on the culinary food map, but it’s also gotten attention from the James Beard Awards. Eugene’s Hot Chicken went from a food truck to a Magic City food treasure. Funnel Cake Queen in Decatur not only has hours-long waits at its drive-thru; the owner, Kenya Congress, has also paid some of her customers’ outstanding bills. And have we mentioned Drexel & Honeybees, the Brewton restaurant that has caught national attention for being donation only?
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