WASHINGTON, D.C. – The D.C. metro area will host its first ever “Black Restaurant Week” this year.
DMV Black Restaurant Week (DMVbrw) will bring black restaurant owners, managers, chefs, caterers, thought leaders and financiers into one room to discuss options for entrepreneurial ventures and continuing education, according to their website.
The event is set for the week of November 4-11.
Additionally, organizers say DMVbrw will host a conference and panel discussion featuring black owned food trucks. They also plan to give out awards to owners, managers, politicians, tastemakers, and non-profit organizations.
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