Support Hampton’s Black-owned Businesses
In August 1619, the first enslaved Africans landed at Old Point Comfort. Since then, the history of the first Africans lives on through Hampton’s heritage, residents, and business owners.
August is also National Black Business Month and we want to highlight the Black-owned businesses in Hampton. With a wide array of culinary options, shopping, and places to stay, there are many businesses for you to support in Hampton all year round.
Keep reading and support Black-owned businesses in Hampton for you to support:
Hampton is filled with Black-owned restaurants that have a variety of local tastes and cuisines. With soul food, seafood, southern cuisine, and more you will never find yourself feeling hungry.
Mango Mangeaux in Phoebus is always a great option for brunch, Smoothie Stop is perfect for lunch, and Got Fish? Seafood will satisfy all your seafood cravings for dinner.
For a full listing of Hampton’s Black-owned restaurants click here
Shopping & Wellness
After you are fueled from your meal, head over to Downtown Hampton for some shopping. If you are looking to bring home a fun souvenir, or gift for someone back home, there are many options.
Worn and Homespun sells fun and trendy vintage clothing, while Less Than has products for living a more sustainable and eco-friendly life. Housed inside of Less Than is Hampton Roads’ first dry bottle shop, Ceremony, which is focused on curating non-alcoholic wines, spirits, beers, bitters, mixers, and mocktails.
While in Downtown Hampton check out:
Velvet Wax & Beauty
Bakery & Coffee
In need of a morning or midday pick me up? Treat yourself to a delicious time at Scratch Bakery and Guilty Pleasure coffee shop. Guilty Pleasures offers coffee and specialty milkshakes, and Scratch Bakery, a quaint bakery in Phoebus, recently added coffee to their menu. You are sure to leave with a happy stomach and smile on your face!
Looking for something fun to do after the sun goes down? Both newly opened 1865 Brewing Company and Noir: A Simply Panache Lounge are filled with fun.
Whether you are in the mood for a relaxing night with some beer and a friendly atmosphere, or the perfect location to create memories over delicious bites, live music, and handcrafted cocktails, Hampton’s Black-owned businesses have your nightlife plans covered.
We all need a place to rest our heads after an exciting day of exploring Hampton. Magnolia House Inn is a Black-owned bed and breakfast. Filled with charm, you will feel right at home with their warm hospitality and homemade breakfast.
In Phoebus, Simply Panache Place is a boutique hotel, walking distance to many fun activities. Stay for a night or two, and head over to Mango Mangeaux for a complimentary breakfast in the morning!
Did we miss your favorite Black-owned business? Send an email to email@example.com to let us know!