4200 Connecticut Avenue NW
DMWbrw will bring black restaurant owners, managers, chefs, caterers, thought leaders and financiers into one room to discuss options for entrepreneurial ventures and continuing education. Because DC is a global city, black restaurants week will be inclusive with allied partners. The week not only promotes restaurants, goes further to recognize existing restaurants and close the gap that exists in knowledge by hosting a conference and panel discussion on Saturday, November 10 featuring black owned food trucks and an awards brunch on Sunday, November 11 spotlighting owners, managers, politicians, tastemakers and non-profit organizations that are blazing the trail and supports the community 365 days a year. The conference takes place from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To find a participating restaurant or for more information, please click here.