A Girlfriend’s Getaway to Bed-Stuy

Bedford-Stuyvesant is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway with your girls. In the historic neighborhood of Brooklyn, tucked away in the blocks of Brownstones, you’ll find vintage shopping, Haitian treats, a beautiful Bed & Breakfast, and plenty more. With warm weather just around the corner, our team decided to curate a list of our member’s recommended black-owned businesses in Bed-Stuy to stay, eat, and shop.

Recommended black-owned businesses in Bed-Stuy…

Where to Stay:

 Akwaaba Mansion Bed & Breakfast Akwaaba Mansion Bed & Breakfast

Akwaaba Mansion

“Beautifully decorated historic property in the heart of Bed-Stuy. The owner is a former Editor-In-Chief of Essence magazine.” – Recommended by Norell

 Where to Shop:

 Tracy Chambers Vintage Tracy Chambers Vintage

Tracy Chambers Vintage

“My favorite vintage store because her eye is amazing and so are her prices. Also, there are lots of great pieces from the 70s…” – Recommended by Ayana

Where to Dance:

 Bed-Vyne Brew in Brooklyn Bed-Vyne Brew in Brooklyn

Bed-Vyne Brew

“This was my favorite late night hangout during summer 2015. Outdoor seating, a good DJ, and friendly bartenders.” – Recommended by Tanisha

 Kafe L'Ouverture in Brooklyn Kafe L’Ouverture in Brooklyn

Where to Find Sweets: Kafe L’Ouverture

“New Haitian bakery and coffee shop. You must try the home-made patties that they make fresh daily! Delicious!” – Recommended by Ashaka

 Peaches Restaurant in Brooklyn Peaches Restaurant in Brooklyn

Where to Dine: Peaches

“Peaches feels like you’re having dinner at a dear friend’s home. The waiters are always pleasant. I recommend trying any of their entrees with grits.” – Recommended by Tanisha

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