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Newly listed black-owned businesses to support

Black Owned Business

We love keeping the community up on the latest Black business openings or who’s new on the block. Especially since the pandemic has effect a lot of business, it’s our responsibility to keep the support going so that we don’t lose any more Black businesses than we have to.

Without further ado, here’s the local Black businesses that have recently been listed on the BlackPagesMiami directory. Show them love!

1. Cafe des Fleurs


Cafe des Fleurs

Cafe des Fleurs is self-dubbed “the most Instagrammable boutique bakery” and is located at The Lincoln Eatery food hall in Miami.  With an exotic European theme, Cafe des Fleurs is a perfect place to have brunch with your friends or celebrate your kid’s birthday. It brings you the classic french taste on the warm sunny beaches of Miami taking your food and leisure experience to the next level.

The owner of this luxurious cafe, Nahomie Jean Louis, makes sure that all the delicacies at Cafe des Fleurs are made with native French ingredients and authentic techniques to maintain the legacy and premium quality of everything they serve. You may not want to miss their croissants mille-feuille, macaroons, french baguettes, and concentric french jams.

2. Title Xperts


Title Xperts

Title Xperts is a settlement and title insurance firm that can handle real estate transactions. The knowledgeable attorneys and professionals simplify your ownership process and manage all the title transactions while you are on your way to buy a new property.

Racole Jackson, the founder of Title Experts, is a former Chair and Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association Commercial Real Estate Purchase and Sale Committee, and started the firm with the sole purpose of “serving people with the law” after seasoning herself with multiple degrees in real estate law. Her team provides a complete suite of services with impeccable closings by handling several real estate agents, investors, lenders, developers, and independent owners. 

3. Simply Good Pizza

Loaded with good people, good ingredients, and good people, SimplyGoodPizza is a heaven for pizza lovers and is also located at The Lincoln Eatery Food Hall. Haitian-American entrepreneur and cultural influencer, Max Pierre, started Simply Good Pizza with the idea of fostering advocacy and positively impacting social and environmental issues. Max is a hospitality veteran who brings food pleasure blended with a goal to help the communities in need. He actively works to promote local entrepreneurship to transform the city, country, and the lives of people.

At Simply Good Pizza, they serve you soul comforting pizzas made with fresh crusts, sauces, cheese, and vegetables that come from local artisans, purveyors, and farmers. The menu has a lot of flavorful pies and traditionally-made pizzas zested with a twist of unique Miami flavors. Going to Simply Good Pizza is “Doing the Right Thing.”

4. Womanish



Womanish is a World of Colors launched by Diona Gray, and her sister. It’s an intriguing art exhibition in the Wynwood Art District that will satisfy all your picture-perfect needs, because it’s a selfie museum with a meaning.

Designed for a bright, playful, interactive experience, Womanish is built across a 5,000 square feet space with impeccable graphics, evocative wall murals, and creative installations from local and national female artists that incorporate elements inspired by Miami culture.

After being exceptionally successful in the suburbs of Chicago, they brought the iridescent rainbow wonderland to Miami with a goal to give Miamians a chance to escape into a world of optical illusions, colorful reflections, and of course, awesome photo-ops. Womanish is not just a place, it’s a movement ⁠that breaks single-definition stereotypes of being a woman and celebrates various woman’s perspectives through the interactive art of experiences.

Jump from the monotonous greys of life to beautiful colors of imagination at Womanish. 

5. The Gabriel Miami

Need a Hotel? Try The Gabriel Miami which is a perfect application of design and modernity with a blend of class and innovation. Located in the heart of downtown Miami, The Gabriel Miami, gives you the authentic taste of the cosmopolitan city with custom curated art, creative workspaces, soothing spa services, and exotic Miami cocktails. Whether you’re traveling to Miami or just need a relaxing staycation, The Gabriel Miami offers luxury unmatched with stunning sunrises over the Biscayne Bay, stylish suites, and innovative architecture. Dive right into the pool and get drenched with the authentic bay culture. And all of my Miami’s cultural icons are nearby, including Adrienne Arsht Center, Frost Museum of Science, Pérez Art Museum, South Beach, Brickell, and Wynwood.

6. Notorious Creamery

Treat yourself with the luscious ice creams of Notorious Creamery located off North Flagler Drive in Fort Lauderdale. Owner Tory Lanez ideated this aesthetic ice cream parlor that’s a treat to both — your social media and your taste buds featuring a variety of creamery flavors.

Walk around, enjoy chilled milkshakes, and keep your serotonin levels high, because good ice creams make you happy. And yes, they serve non-dairy flavors as well for their fitness-centric, vegans, and lactose-intolerant customers. 

7. The Krazy Vegan


The krazy vegan

Also newly listed is Alex Chisolm’s The Krazy Vegan. It’s a plant-based gourmet burger joint that offers a variety of handcrafted burgers, Chic Sandwiches, Wings & Cheesesteaks topped with their signature sauces. They taste so authentically meat-like, you won’t even remember that the menu is all vegan. The fusion of their custom sauces and spices will leave you with exploding taste buds. They will make your fast food experience unforgettable with perfectly seasoned crispy fries that are served with every sandwich you order.

Sweet Tooths are covered too with 100% vegan big dough cookies. And no meal is complete without Krazy Vegan’s fresh house-made lemonads smoothies. Enjoy a wholesome vegan meal with your family and friends every day. 



Be it the food industry, hospitality, or law management, black communities are ruling the charts everywhere. And now it’s time that we support each of these employment-generating businesses so that our community can grow and make us even more proud.

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