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15+ Black-owned Acadiana Businesses To Check Out


In the spirit of good news, positivity, and all of that fluffy stuff that we all crave but tend to miss because of internet junk, we created a list of 15+ Black-owned Acadiana businesses you need to check out. The list includes many of the black-owned businesses that we’ve shared over the past few years ranging from restaurants, daycares, family entertainment, and barbershops. And while this is not a complete list of all of the black-owned businesses in Acadiana, these are some to definitely check out.

Below is a list compiled by a Lafayette local, Steph Trifecta, of more Black-owned businesses in and around the Acadiana area.

All-Star Bakeshop — Desserts

Anointed Soul Food (New Iberia) — Plate lunches

Brenda’s Dine in and Takeout (New Iberia) — Cajun/creole diner

Cafe Coachella — Plate lunches

Cenderella’s Cake & Deli — Specialty cakes and huge plate lunches

Creole Lunch House — Plate lunches

D’ Wrap’s Cafe (Carencro) — Comfort food plate lunches

Di Jerk Stop — Jamaican food

Eddie Bree’s Kitchen — Cajun/Creole soul food

Flavored Sneaux (Carencro) — Sno balls and snacks

Glenda’s Creole Kitchen (Breaux bridge) — Soul food

Laura’s II — Soul food

Lumberjack’s Soul Food & More

Moore’s (New Iberia) — BBQ

Munchie’s Lunchbox Express — Catering/food truck

Neesie’s Sweet Dough Pies (Crowley) — Plate lunches & desserts

Noah’s Cafe — Plate lunches

Norberts (Broussard) — American cuisine

O Baked It — Cookies & treats

Ref’s Southern Cafe & Catering (New Iberia) — Plate lunches

Reggie’s SoulFood Catering — Authentic Creole cooking

She Bakes & More — Cakes & treats, wholesale available

Snoball Express (Loreauville)

Soulful Eats (Abbeville) — Soul food

Super Taters (Scott) — Fast food

The Crawfish Hot Tub — Seafood

The Northside Vegan — Vegan comfort food

Veronica’s Cafe (Carencro) — Cajun food

ZZ’s Kitchen (Abbeville) — Plate lunches

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