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Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Two Orlando eateries place on Yelp’s national list of Black-owned restaurants to watch

Posted By on Wed, Feb 3, 2021 at 12:05 PM

click to enlarge StreetWise Urban Food - PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT FOR ORLANDO WEEKLY
  • Photo by Rob Bartlett for Orlando Weekly
  • StreetWise Urban Food
Congratulations are in order for two Orlando-area eateries included in Yelp's new national list "Ones to Watch 2021: Black-Owned Food Businesses."

Chicken Fire on East Colonial Drive and StreetWise Urban Food in Belle Isle are each now certified #OnesToWatch on the popular review site's new "guide to highly rated and popular Black-owned businesses."

If you haven't had the pleasure yet, Kwame Boakye's Chicken Fire serves up Nashville-style hot (and hotter) chicken, while Streetwise Urban Food offers classic fare with inventive flair courtesy chef Peterson Pierre.

Check out the full list in map format through Yelp.
click to enlarge Chicken Fire - PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT FOR ORLANDO WEEKLY
  • Photo by Rob Bartlett for Orlando Weekly
  • Chicken Fire

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