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You asked, we answered: A list of Oak Cliff Black-owned restaurants

Readers have been asking how to support them since protests against police brutality began in response to George Floyd’s death.

Editor’s note: This story will be updated periodically.

As soon as the protests against police brutality began surging around the Dallas area and the world in response to the death of George Floyd, The Dallas Morning News heard requests from readers asking for a list of Black-owned businesses to support.

Carnell’s Cakery

3911 S. Lancaster Road, Suite 100A, Dallas

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Catfish Floyd’s

710 Ann Arbor Ave, Dallas

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Daddy Mac’s Chicken

1050 N. Westmoreland Road, Dallas

Daddymacschicken.com

Hardeman’s BBQ

2425 W Kiest Blvd., Dallas

618 S Westmoreland Rd., Dallas

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Island Spot

309 W Jefferson Blvd., Dallas

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Kendall Karsen’s Upscale Soul Food

3939 S Polk St. #305, Dallas

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Kessler Baking Studio

1129 N Beckley Ave., Dallas

kesslerbakingstudio.com

Kookie Haven

337 W Jefferson Blvd., Dallas

kookiehaven.com

Recipe Oak Cliff

1831 S Ewing Ave., Dallas

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Rush Patisserie/Trailercakes

1201 Eldorado Ave., Dallas, TX 75208

trailercakes.com

Sankofa Kitchen

3333 W Camp Wisdom Road #118, Dallas, TX 75237

sankofakitchen.com

South Dallas Cafe

7035 Marvin D Love Fairway, Dallas

southdallascafe.com

Vegan Food House

832 W 7th St., Dallas

veganfoodhouse.com

Wings World

3207 Kirnwood Drive, Dallas

wingsworld.info

What establishments did we miss? Send carrington.tatum@dallasnews.com an email to add it to the list.

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