Black History Month: Orlando Black-owned restaurant food tour is back

ORLANDO, Fla. — Starting Feb. 15 to 28, GO See The City is bringing back the annual Black-owned restaurant food tour as part of Black History Month.

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The tour highlights Black-owned restaurants in and around Orlando, including popular spots such as Nikki’s Place and Seana’s.

“We initially created the Black-Owned Restaurant Food Tour to support Black-owned businesses during the pandemic,” said GO see The City CEO Aneshai Smith. “This year, we are honoring their perseverance and resiliency through it all.”

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Those interested in taking part in the food tour can get up to 50% off meals at participating restaurants by going to the GO See The City app and entering the code “ORLANDOBETA.”


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