The first-ever 502 Black Eats Week arrives on Sunday and runs through Saturday, October 10.  Louisville Business First has an informative overview.

502 Black Eats Week to spotlight Black-owned food businesses in Louisville, by Haley Cawthon
Get ready, foodies: There’s a week-long event coming up that promises to be filled with tasty menus and good deals. It’s called 502 Black Eats Week and it aims to spotlight Black-owned food businesses in Louisville from Sunday, Oct. 4 through Saturday, Oct. 10. This is the first year for the event, created by Tiandra Robinson, founder of T. Marie Consulting and 502 Black Business Week.

502 Black Eats Week at Facebook has the list of participating eateries, food trucks, coffee shops and bakeries .

Po-Z’s Kitchen
Gore’s SmokeOut BBQ Food Truck
The Black Italian
SuperChefs
Wichin Pizza
Four Pegs Beer Lounge
Ricky B’s Club Cafe
Six Forks Burger Company
On & Poppin
The Mad Baker
Pop Culture Cakes
JewelZ Desserts
The Itis Drop
The Hip Hop Sweet Shop
Mom And Me Treats
Garden Girl Foods
Tempt Your Taste Buds
The Salad Chic
Brew & Sip Coffee Bar
Lady J’s
Yummy Nosh Eats & Treats
Maybe’s Liberian Kitchen
The TP Experience
Lonnie’s Best Taste of Chicago
Made With Love
HB Soul Food Creations
Annie Up Pizza

For more information, watch organizer Tiandra Robinson’s video at About 502 Black Business Week … and support our black-owned Louisville businesses.

(cover photo credit: Rick B’s Club Cafe)