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Charlotte restaurants participating in Black Restaurant Week

Organizers say it's a week to amplify Black-owned businesses here in the Charlotte area and to give foodies an opportunity to discover new cuisines.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Friday kicks off Black Restaurant Week in Charlotte.

Organizers say it's a week to amplify Black-owned businesses here in the Charlotte area and to give foodies an opportunity to discover new cuisines.

"Black Restaurant Week is presenting its 2nd annual campaign in the Carolinas. This year we are passionate more than ever to serve the culinary industry," the website reads. "We’ve expanded our participation from restaurants to food trucks, sweets, and more."

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Black Restaurant Week wraps up on May 1. 

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