Paris : A day in Black Owned

First, start your day out by going to House Château Rouge; the shop is located in a primarily African and Arab arrondissement called Barbés.

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40 Bis Rue Myrha, 75018 Paris, France

Youssouf Fofana, co-founder of Maison Château Rouge, an urban, family-owned boutique and is selling trendy, African-inspired apparel & accessories for men & women.


Next up is Sawa Shoes

37 Rue Myrha, 75018 Paris, France


Sneakers Made in Africa? Mehdi Slimani set out to make his vision a reality. It is definitely a must on your trip to Paris. After walking to Blvd de Barbes and climbing the steps 

(or taking the funicular) of Sacre Coeur, take a moment to look at the fantastic view of the city.


Vegan Afro-Caribbean food in Paris? Naaaah, cant be? Yes, there is, and it is impressive.

Get some vegan Caribbean food at Jah Jah Paris.



11 Rue des Petites Écuries, 75010 Paris

Plant-based Afro-Caribbean-inspired dishes, including veg bowls & vegan burgers, at a colorful cafe named it’s after Rastafari god Jah


If you’re in  Paris and you’re American and want a little taste of home, then Mama Jackson is necessary.

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12 rue claude tillier 75012 Paris, France

Located near Paris’ Gare de Lyon train station, it is an all-around ode to Black American culture. From the music playing over the speakers to the art hanging on the walls.


Finally, if you have a sweet tooth and after tasting all the macarons you can get your hand on, you should definitely try Love and Cakes.


16 Rue Ferdinand Flocon, 75018 Paris, France 

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