This February, celebrate Black history, achievements, and entrepreneurship in Meatpacking. From experiencing 1960’s Black art in NYC to dining options from the newest chef in the neighborhood, there’s a variety of ways to support your favorite Black-owned and led establishments safely in person or directly online.
The Whitney Museum
‘Still Standing’ the debut solo exhibition by Jeffrey Meris.
The High Line
FOOD + DRINK
- Intersect by Lexus – The new chef in residence at Intersect by Lexus is Savannah, Georgia based Chef Mashama Bailey. Bailey’s restaurant, The Grey, is set in a former Greyhound bus terminal and was founded in partnership with Johno Morisano. The food taps into all of her experiences to create dishes that are deep, layered, and soulful in their flavors.
- Tings – Located in Chelsea Market, Tings is a small home-style Jamaican kitchen serving jerk chicken, oxtail, patties, & fresh juice.
- T.A. – a contemporary concept store that carries women’s clothing sourced from Tbilisi, London, Paris, Peru, Milan, South Korea, LA, New York, and more. This store is the epitome of cool and there are no wrong items to purchase. For more about the Owner, Telsha Anderson, see here.
- Zach and Zoë Sweet Bee Farm – a family-owned and operated honey shop.
- Zadig + Voltaire – Art is Hope x Daphne Arthur
If you are looking for more Black-owned businesses to support, we’ve created a list of businesses in Lower Manhattan for some of your eating, shopping, and fitness needs.