5 Black-owned businesses in Mobile to visit in honor of Black History Month

Rsa Tower, Downtown Mobile.
RSA tower, downtown Mobile. (Liv George / The Bama Buzz)

Did you know that, despite making up over 51% of the city’s population, only 3% of Mobile’s businesses are Black-owned? Since February is Black History Month we wanted to get a jump-start on celebrating by highlighting 5 Black-owned Businesses right here in Mobile.

1. Cozy Brown’s Kitchen

Looking for some classic Southern comfort food at a great price? You’ve got to check out Cozy Brown’s Kitchen. From delicious breakfast plates that start at $3.99 to seafood dinner platters, Cozy Brown’s Kitchen has absolutely everything you’re looking for with an amazing small-town vibe. If you’re planning a large event or family gathering, check out their catering services too!

2. Blooming Flowers

Valentine’s Day is coming soon, ladies & gentlemen! Flowers make the perfect gift for that special someone, and you can hit two birds with one stone by shopping these gorgeous bouquets from a local Black-owned business. Blooming Flowers delivers flowers daily all across Mobile, Citronelle, Saraland, Chickasaw and Semmes to get flowers to your loved ones, wherever they are.

3. SOCU Southern Kitchen and Oyster Bar

SOCU is a gorgeous, classier option for your next date night. Maybe even your Valentine’s Day dinner date? The downtown location is just the cherry on top for this opulent Black-owned restaurant. Make sure to try the oysters, they’re absolutely delicious.

4. Soul Heaven Cafe & Catering

Have a family event coming up? Take the stress of cooking off your shoulders by hiring Soul Haven Cafe & Catering to provide the food. They’ll work with you to get exactly the Southern comfort food you love, all at a great price with friendly service.

5. Kanary Bar

Get your Mardi-Party on down at Kanary, a Black-owned bar in the bar district of downtown Mobile. They have all the drinks you love, with an upscale atmosphere to match.


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Liv George
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