In honor of Presidents’ Day, we at Capitol Cider would like to celebrate Black History Month and Black-owned restaurants.  Seattle has a truly vibrant food scene, for which we are thankful.  The variety of cuisines represented in Seattle is rarely matched by other cities our size, and we all gain by this abundance. 
These are the Black-owned restaurants that we know about in our surrounding neighborhoods: we encourage you to support them and thank them for being a part of the breadth and depth of food in Seattle.  Please also let us know who we’ve missed! 
Plum Restaurants: Bistro, Chopped, Sugar, Pantry, Mobile, and Catering, www.plumbistro.com
Adey Abeba Ethiopian Restaurant, www.adeyabeba.net
Simply Soulful, www.simply-soulful.com
Queen Sheba Ethiopian, www.ethiopianrestaurantseattle.com
Café Soeil, 1400 34th Ave
Ezell’s Famous Chicken, www.ezellschicken.com
Durdur Café, 2212 E Cherry St
Cortona Café, www.cortonacafe.com
Tougo Coffee Co, www.tougocoffee.com
Poco wine + spirits, www.pocowineandspirits.com
Osteria la Spiga, www.laspiga.com
Taste of the Caribbean, www.tasteofthecaribbeanseattle.com
Nates Wings & Waffles, www.nateswingsandwaffles.com
R&L Home of Good Bar-B-Q, 1816 E Yesler Way