The three-day event will feature food, music and plenty of fun.
The program is free for restaurants to participate in, with all profits going back to support the small businesses.
Expect to see lemon pound cake, peanut butter cookies, quadruple-chocolate brownies and more.
The Black Pantry is popping up at Big Mood Natural Wines, selling hand-painted bonbons, sandwich cookies, scented candles and more.
The upcoming St. Louis food hall has teamed up with Taste of Black St. Louis.
Look for items from Cathy's Kitchen, The Fattened Caf, Patty's Cheesecake and more.
Several restaurants and breweries are giving proceeds to various Black social justice organizations.
The first day of the effort coincides with the upcoming Juneteenth holiday.
Looking for a way to support Black businesses in St. Louis? Consider a meal from one of these spots.