UPDATED FEBRUARY 11, 2022
There are Black-owned businesses in Huntington Beach that you can support during February's Black History Month, and every month of the year. From coffee shops to restaurants, and more there's a handful of unique experiences for visitors and residents alike. Here are Huntington Beach's black-owned businesses to check out:
AoSA Coffee is owned by Keyana Hill and is a beautifully modern coffee house. Founded in 2014, its mission is to bring quality beverages and healthy food to the local community. This unique coffee house located in the Huntington Harbour Mall and serves up coffee, tea, kombucha, vegan pastries, acai bowls, and avocado toast. See their menu here.
Beale's Texas BBQ
Beale's Texas BBQ is owned by Brett Beale, whose passion for BBQ started when he was just 6 years old. His life experience and family recipes - with roots going back to Mississippi - help him share his story through his cooking. Enjoy ribs, tips, brisket, and pulled pork, all slowly smoked to deliver an amazing flavor that makes Beale's Texas BBQ super special. Located at Peter's Landing in Sunset Beach, enjoy BBQ while watching the boats go by in the Huntington Harbour.
Hambone's BBQ & Grill
Hambone's BBQ & Grill is located in Huntington Beach and owned by Chef Keenan Handy. Keenan was born and raised in California and learned the art of cooking and smoking meat from his parents. With over 20 years of experience as a pitmaster and restauranteur, his culinary creations have delighted the tastebuds of everyone from professional athletes to your next-door neighbors. Hambone's offers three different signature BBQ sauces, all of which are made in-house, and they pride themselves on both the quality and consistency of their food. They use only the finest ingredients and the highest quality meat.