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Black Owned Businesses & Organizations to patron in EAST AUSTIN, TEXAS from EAST MAGAZINE

Black-owned businesses and organizations in East Austin

Support with your dollar, time, and voice 

Photos of J. Leonardi’s, Aster’s Ethiopian Restaurant, and Tony’s Jamaican Food

In the fight for justice and equality, every action counts. Among those actions, supporting black-owned businesses and organizations is one crucial step.

If there’s a black-owned business in East Austin that isn’t on this list, let us know at

Food Businesses 

Anything’s Baked Potato 
1326 Rosewood Ave. 
Aster’s Ethiopian Restaurant
2804 N I-35 Frontage Rd.
(512) 469-5966
Read more about Aster’s Ethiopian Restaurant here.
Big Easy Bar and Grill 
1806 E. 12th St. 
Bird Bird Biscuit 
2701 Manor Rd. 
Country Boyz Fixins 
4140 E 12th St. @countryboyzfixinsatx 
Hoover’s Cooking
2002 Manor Rd.
Read more about Hoover’s Cooking here.
J. Leonardi’s Barbeque 
1124 E. 11th St. @jleonardibarbeque
Read more about J. Leonardi’s here and here.
Krab Kingz Seafood 
1202 FM 685, Pflugerville, Texas
Luv Fats Ice Cream 
1550 Mueller Blvd., Texas Farmers Market at Mueller
Make My Day Italian Ice
Mr. Catfish & More 
1144 Airport Blvd. Ste. 220 
Tony’s Jamaican Food 
1200 E. 11th St.
Read more about Tony’s Jamaican Food here
311 Chestnut Ave.
The Rolling Rooster 
1104 E. 11th St.
Read more about The Rolling Rooster here.
Sam’s BBQ 
2000 E. 12th St.
Read more about Sam’s BBQ here.
Sans Bar 
1818 E. 12th St.
Sassy’s Vegetarian Soul Food 
1403 E. 7th St. @sassysvegetariansoulfood

Shops and Artists 

1717 E. 12th St.
Visit this gofundme to donate to Kane’s and Altatudes who both sustained damages from a fire on May 31. 
Black Makers Market 
A market for black-owned businesses 
Dope Creatives Market 
Handmade market @dopecreativesmarket
eleMINT skin
1105 E. 6th St. @elemintskin 
Kane’s Barbershop
1719 E. 12th St. 
Visit this gofundme to donate to Kane’s and Altatudes who both sustained damages from a fire on May 31. 
Read more about Kane’s Barbershop here.
Marshall’s Barber Shop
1915 E. 12th St.
The Villager Newspaper 
4132 E 12th St.
Read more about The Villager Newspaper here.
Ballet Afrique Dance Academy
8011 Cameron Rd.
Read more about Ballet Afrique here.
Chris Rogers 
Muralist and live-event painter @chrisrogersart 
Miriam ConnerArtist and community organizer
Read more about Miriam Conner here.
Ryan Runcie 
Painter and muralist @ryan_runcie
Read more about Ryan Runcie here and here and here.

Musicians and Venues

BlackLight Hip
Read more about BlackLight Hip Hop here.
Ephraim Owens
Read more about Ephraim Owens here.
Riders Against the
Read more about Riders Against the Storm here.
Read more about SaulPaul here.
The Victory Grill
Read more about The Victory Grill here.

Non-profits and Organizations

Austin Justice Coalition @austinjusticecoalition
Donate to Austin Justice Coalition here
George Washington Carver Museum
1165 Angelina St.
Read more about the Carver Museum here.
Huston-Tillotson University
Read more about Huston-Tillotson University here.
Raasin in the Sun
Donate to Raasin in the Sun here
Learn more about Raasin McIntosh here
Six Square @sixsquareatx 
Donate to Six Square here
Read more about Six Square here.


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