Looking for a city to add to your foodie bucket list? Augusta, GA is one of them. This city is rich in African-American history and has just as much food history. With a thriving African American historical district and soul legends such as James Brown calling this historic Georgia city home, you can’t go wrong with a food tour of Augusta, GA. Today we are sharing a few of our favorite Foodie Travels: Black-Owned Restaurants in Augusta, GA. These places should definitely be added to your travel itinerary when you explore the Peach State.
Foodie Travels: Black-Owned Restaurants in Augusta, GA
Humanitree House Juice Joint and Gallery
A juice joint housed in an eclectic art gallery with inspirational strokes, Humanitree House is a must add to your 2019 foodie bucket list. A visit to this Augusta must-stop owned and operated by locals, Denise and Baruti Tucker is sure to leave you in awe. From delicious juices to vegan delights, local and organic ingredients, Humanitree House is THE healthy haven in Augusta and has been a popular spot since doors opened in 2014. humanitreehouse.com/index.html
Sweets on Broad
When hankering for a sweet treat, locals and out-of-town visitors seek out Sweets on Broad to satisfy the strong cravings. Located in the heart of historic downtown Augusta, this delightful shop is truly a one stop sweet shop with the plus of being near historic landmarks worth venturing to after snagging a treat or two…or three. From candy to ice cream, cakes and more, this staple isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Touted as Augusta’s favorite down home cooking restaurant Café 209 is centrally located in Augusta’s historic Downtown and is the place to go for some traditional hearty eats. The always busy eatery boasts something for everyone and has been a go-to for locals and visitors alike for years.
Jackie Ms and Sons Café
Husband and wife duo Jackie and Clinton McCall opened their doors in 2001and haven’t looked back since. It all began with a dream and resulted in 18 years of success and an award-winning red velvet cheesecake, which is now