Central Ohio has some of the best black-owned restaurants in the nation – great food, diverse cuisines, variety of ambiance, and top-notch customer service. We invite you to ear hustle in (and submit your questions) during this special virtual conversation as the owners of these great establishments share the story of their journey, best practices, and how they’re surviving the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Restauranteur‘s Roundtable:

A Power-table Conversation Featuring Central Ohio’s Black-Owned Restaurants

The roundtable includes:

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Monica Womack

MLW Solutions

Moderator

<center>Marlon Hayles</center>

Marlon Hayles

Ena’s Caribbean Kitchen
<center>Keith Warren</center>

Keith Warren

Hen Quarter
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Shanna Dean

Lifestyle Café
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Chimdi Chekwa

The Pit BBQ Grille
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Walter Carpenter

The Royce
<center>Gayle Troy</center>

Gayle Troy

What The Waffle

As part of our celebration of Central Ohio’s Black Restaurant Month in September, The Community of Caring Development Foundation, in partnership with The Greater Linden Business Network, will host this kick-off event. At the roundtable, as our featured guests, will be the owners of Ena’s Caribbean Kitchen (Marlon Hayles), Hen Quarter (Keith Warren), Lifestyle Café (Shanna Dean), The Pit BBQ Grille (Chimdi Chekwa), The Royce (Walter Carpenter), and What The Waffle (Gayle Troy).

  • Date

    Monday, August 31, 2020

  • Time

    12:00pm – 1:30pm

  • Location

    Zoom Webinar

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