Mural: Chloe King, Joanna Lafayette McCarthy 2017 on Velonia Boutique & Tailoring

As we continue to look for ways to support our small business community, we want to take this moment to highlight Black-owned businesses in Vancouver and Clark County. We discovered many of these businesses through and, which are great resources to support black restaurateurs and entrepreneurs of color in the larger metro region. If you own or know of a business we are missing, please reach out to so we can add them.  


Creative Catering by Dorothy

Daddy D's Southern Style BBQ

Fort Bayou BBQ

Goldie’s Texas Style BBQ

Gourmet Brothers Catering

Gourmet Brothers Catering

HeavyWeights BBQ

NE Creperie

Rose City Eats 

Southern Girl Delights 

Goods & Services


A Better Shine

ANC Movers

Arrogant Cosmetics

BeawIT Consulting LLC

Better Mind • Better Body (BMBB)

Black Bald Films

Bloom Beauty Collective

Carol Parker Walsh, LLC

Cheryl Jefferson, LCSW/Sheltered From the Storm, LLC

D's Hair & Beauty Supply

Day One Active Wear

Divinity Salon

Dory Designed

Entheos Health

Fearfully & Wonderfully Made LLC (FFAWM) 

fÿd mí ink

Fresh Mane

Generations Barber Shop

Helen Rose Skincare

Hi Yoga

Ichago trading company

Innovative Plastic Concepts, LLC

The James Jewelry

Jbombz and Oilz

Kenneth Burton, MA, CDP, CADC II/Western Psychological & Counseling Services

The Locker Room Barber Shop

Maddhouse Beauty Lounge 

Mike Hill, Financial Advisor

Nadia Chapman Photography

Nimble Fern

NW Scents

Oils by Oscar

Om Thrive

Portland Bartender Express

Rhodes Painting

Secret2YourSuccess, Inc.

Share the Flame

Shonda Rochelle Photography

Tabiba Styles

Therapeutic Change

The Tonser/Hanif the Barber

Vancouver Counseling Solutions

Walt & Jack's Hair Affair


Get Hooked Foundation

Hands of Favor

NAACP Vancouver

The Noble Foundation

Odyssey World International Education Services

Our Place/Nuestra Casa Multicultural Center

SW Washington Communities United for Change

United Negro College Fund 

We realize that highlighting Black-owned businesses does not address the current calls for justice reform, and will continue to look and listen for additional ways to support Black people who live in and choose to visit our community.