Here is an incredible list of Black businesses to support in the Westview and West End communities.
Tassili’s Raw Reality Cafe
This fast casual restaurant specializes in raw vegan wraps, delectables, and snacks. Whether you consistently maintain a raw vegan diet, are transitioning to a plant-based lifestyle, or just want some good food, Tassili’s Raw Reality has what you’re looking for.
Southwest Atlanta Yoga
Southwest Atlanta Yoga creates a safe center of love, peace, light and compassion in the community. Offering various types of classes as well as a teacher training certification course, Southwest Atlanta Yoga has the type of yoga that can suit your individual needs.
Wadada Healthy Market & Juice Bar
Wadada is the Black woman-owned health food store in the West End and works to support your optimal health. In addition to smoothies and vegan entrees, Wadada often hosts vendors selling jewelry, clothes, incense, and more.
Open for only two years in the Westview neighborhood, Slutty Vegan is the widely-recognized, carry-out style, plant-based restaurant with naughtily-named burgers. Although the lines are almost always long, the food is always worth the wait.
Area West Realty
Area West Realty’s team of committed agents are dedicated to serving Atlanta’s neighborhoods. Whether you are buying or selling, Area West Realty promises exceptional services from an exceptional team.
YogaSkills Kemetic Yoga Studio
YogaSkills provides an approach to yoga that is specific to helping people of African descent heal the physical and psychological impacts of generational and racial trauma. This studio also offers mini certification courses that allow participants to teach introductory YogaSkills classes.
A marketplace, event facility, and co-working space in one, Westview Makers is a space for thinkers, artisans, and creatives. Westview Makers regularly offers classes and workshops for children and adults to learn and cultivate creative skills such as shoemaking, woodworking, and sewing.
Rhythmic Images Photography
Rhythmic Images Photography offers portraits for all occasions. These studio portraits have been used for everything from branding materials and book covers to model portfolios and maternity celebrations.
Vegan Dream Doughnuts
Vegan Dream Doughnuts are made fresh every day. They offer over a dozen flavors to try and a variety of fresh squeezed juices to enjoy as well.
Soul Vegetarian has been providing vegan comfort food for over 40 years as one of Atlanta’s first vegan restaurants. They offer a full menu of soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees, and desserts alongside fresh juices and teas.
Sanktuari of Self
This shop is dedicated to healing Atlanta and offers everything from sage and stones to candles and incense. You can stock up on all your apothecary needs and support multiple Black businesses that are sold in the store.
For almost 25 years, Afro-Centric Network has provided African-centered clothing, jewelry, artwork, and more while spreading awareness of the cultural riches of the continent. Shop in store or online for your hair, skin, and body needs
West End Eye Center
West End Eye Center provides a variety of vision care services and eye care products. They are committed to providing quality personalized eyecare for the whole family, particularly for children with special eyesight needs, at a reasonable cost.
The Good Hair Shop
Creating a space that celebrates every kink, coil, and loc, The Good Hair Shop celebrates and offers plant-based solutions for all curls. They also work to educate and empower customers about exceptional hair and skincare that is also environmentally sustainable.
Clutch Bicycle Shop
Clutch Bicycle Shop provides quality bikes, expert guidance, and community connection through bike retail, repair, and group rides. They offer in-shop and mobile services for all of Metro Atlanta.
The Ke’nekt intentionally & equitably allows established businesses, start up concepts & micro pop ups to occupy a cooperative shared space in the Westview community. This retail collective connects community, culture, and legacy and also hosts Curbside at The Ke’Nekt, which gathers local eats and products to encourage cooperative economics.