Celebrate Our Local Black-Owned Businesses & Organizations

Being a part of a community means supporting the community - and not just on social media. Have you been asking yourself the question of how you can best support our diverse community right here in Historic Springfield? An actionable way to support is to shop at Black-owned businesses. Not just today, but every day. Redirecting our economic resources is one important step towards achieving racial equity not just in our neighborhood, but our city. 

Let’s make a conscious effort, as neighbors, to spend our money at the diverse shops and businesses who chose to make Historic Springfield their home. We gathered a list of Black-owned brands from our Springfield Merchants and Business Association (SAMBA) membership. From retail and beauty to fitness and food, Springfield has plenty of choices when looking to shop small and support our diverse commercial corridors. 


Restaurants/Food Trucks/Desserts

1 Foxy Lady Cafe and Catering

Crabgod LLC 

Junkanoo Shack, LLC

Kenya's Kakery

Icecapade Frozen Treats

Main Street Food Park

Nola's Snoballs Sweets & Savory Eats

Silkie's Chicken and Champagne Bar 

Springfield Nutrition

Springfield Scoops

Tha SoulFood Smagicians

The Cookbook Restaurant

The Sweet Spot & Urban Lounge



Belle Epoque Realty

Dare to Hire Different

Explore JAX Core

Grace and Truth CDC

Liberty Security

Make Up Craze Beauty

Pamela Batts-Brown, Realtor

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. - Theta Phi Chapter

Rachelle Miller, Realtor

RE/MAX Supreme

The Kickbox



Simply Ke’say Boutique

Sweet Christi’s

We know there are so many other great Black-owned businesses in Historic Springfield, including AMillion Strands, Auntie Peaches, Avela Day Spa, Classic Maven, Big House of Glass, Sly Jones Fashion, Ysyntricity, and more. Who else could we add?