Black-Owned Businesses in #DowntownWPB

Support local black-owned businesses and their contributions to the energy of the Downtown district. The following is a list you can support right now! From Food Network’s “Halloween Baking Championship” runner-up and creative genius baker to experienced law firms to a chic style boutique; these businesses are stitched into the fabric of our community.

Note: This list is not comprehensive and will be updated as quickly as we are able to.

Food & Beverage

Blue Mountain Coffee
540 Clematis Street, #3
(561) 318-7296

This popular coffee house opened its doors in 2020 and exclusively serves 100% Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee. Their beans are renowned for being grown world’s highest mountain. Enjoy the rich aroma and smooth delicate taste during breakfast or lunch with homemade delights available every day as well. Owner Allison Boettcher is always there to greet guests. Originally from St. Andrew’s Parish, a Jamaican town that claims home to a stretch of the Blue Mountain range. Boettcher brings the passion of her homeland’s food to this unique spot.

Ganache Bakery
306 S. Dixie Highway
(561) 507-5082

Founded in 2011, Ganache Bakery Café is one of Downtown West Palm Beach’s premier baking business. The team firmly believes in providing the highest quality baked products made from scratch from only the finest ingredients. Highlights from the menu includes signature key lime tarts, rum cake and custom-made cakes for any occasion. The bakery is run by husband-and-wife duo Jamal and Nishanee Lake, who both hail from the Caribbean. Jamal is popularly known for his feature on a Food Network Baking Championship.

“At the time, we saw an opportunity to be a part of the growth and transformation that was about to take place in the Downtown and surrounding areas. Downtown West Palm Beach has a great mix of many cultures and people of all walks of life and at the time we planned to open, there was a need for a good bakery that offers custom cakes, specialty dessert, baking/cooking classes and Caribbean treats like our rum cakes and Caribbean fruit cakes. 

FIWE Caribbean Cuisine 
410 Evernia Street, #108
(561) 248-2065

Although FIWE is fairly new to Downtown West Palm Beach, the restaurant’s chef and owner, Shari Kedar McCalla Bedasee from Jamaica, has over 10 years of experience cooking Caribbean cuisines.  The restaurant was established in 2006 in Orlando, Florida and brought the taste of the Caribbean to the downtown district in 2020. Attaining fresh ingredients is a top priority so they’re sourced from local farmers markets. FIWE offers catering services, as well as online ordering and curbside pickup. Menu highlights include Jamaican Jerk Chicken and Browned Snapper!

Fun Fact FIWE stands for Finest IWest-Indian Eatery.

“I chose Downtown West Palm Beach for my business location due to its vibrant and active atmosphere, which I believe will attract a steady flow of potential customers. Additionally, its central location and accessibility make it convenient for local customers, tourist, and my employees.” 


Cousins Law 
319 Clematis Street, #701
(561) 835-1727

Local law practice with stellar history of fighting for the rights of individuals, families and businesses in civil matters. Principal attorney Patrick Cousins, dubbed “The Lemon Law King,” has decades of experience as a Lemon Law Specialist with over 500 victories for his clients with defective automobiles. The firm also practices in the fields of Personal Injury and Personal Family Law. Their experienced team has reviewed more than 10,000 legal matters in over 30 years of practice and will handle your legal problem with professionalism and compassion.

Salesia Smith-Gordon Law 
922 Second Street
(561) 655-9279

Salesia Smith-Gordon followed in her mother’s footsteps becoming a 2nd generation lawyer. As an experienced trial lawyer & pharmacist, her mission is to work hard to help rebuild the lives of those seriously injured seeking justice against corporations and people who cause bodily harm or death. In 1993, she opened a boutique injury law firm that’s backed by a team of top-notch paralegals and investigators, who take pride in their professional integrity and provides exemplary representation to each client, case by case handling civil litigation matters, concentrating in plaintiff’s personal injury, wrongful death and medication error actions.


Oshun Hair Bar 
410 Evernia Street, #114
(561) 574-9670

Antoinette Wilks is the owner of Oshun Hair Bar & Boutique. Her boutique-style business provides nonsurgical hair replacements, hair prostheses, hair extensions and photography. Clients have the option to purchase hair; in addition to having install services at the salon. Browse through the formal and casual clothing options to complete the makeover.

Antoinette’s mother was the driving force behind her passion. While attending college, you could find Antoinette styling her teammates’ hair or providing style options for any occasion.

“I chose to open my business in this location because I appreciate its diversity. The small community fosters connections, especially through city-planned programs. Looking ahead, my goal is to support disadvantaged youth dealing with hair loss, health, and fitness. Being close to the community decision-making hub allows me to learn and make a positive impact.” 


Winston’s Nail & Facial Lounge
215 South Olive Avenue, #100
(561) 429-3142
A modern nail salon providing an experience with equal parts of style and service, without skimping on the details. Popular services include nails, facials, blowouts, lash extensions, and waxing. Winston’s is open seven days a week and there you will see owner Letticia Hannighan greeting guests.

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