Shop at Black-owned businesses in Las Vegas
Honor Black History Month every month by shopping at Black-owned businesses in Las Vegas.
From Downtown Las Vegas to Henderson, Nevada is home to a wide variety of Black-owned businesses. Don’t forget to write reviews and tag these places on your social posts to boost awareness.
Here are 13 Black-owned establishments to support in town.
Amazing Shops & Services
1028 Fremont St., Suite 111, Las Vegas
Looking for a new blouse or pair of earrings? Take a trip downtown to visit Neon Cactus Vintage. According to their website, they sell items that are ethically sourced and body positive. The shop features bold and colorful vintage attire, jewelry and more. From retro apparel to stained glass sun-catchers, this bright boutique is packed with unique treasures sure to spruce up any wardrobe or bedroom.
8450 W. Sahara ave. suite 109-110
Raise your vibration by roaming around Queendom Cultivation. This metaphysical shop offers everything a spiritual guru needs. Whether you are looking to expand your healing crystal collection or realign your chakras with a reiki session, this outlet offers a generous selection of manifestation tools to attract positive energy. When you visit their website, you can also download a free chakra guide. Receive 15 percent off your purchase by texting Tribe15 to 474747. You’ll be thanking us later.
1028 E Fremont St. Suite 166
“At Dog & Whistle, we want healthy pets and a better world. With our expertise in the food industry and our love for our dogs we know we can achieve both,” says Eric J. Adams, founder of Dog & Whistle, on their website. To help take care of our furry friends, this craft dog food cafe serves 100 percent unused natural whole food and consults with veterinarians when creating recipes. The canine cafe serves plenty of different meal options to choose from for your dog. For only $8, they serve Rocket’s Le Pup Cafe, which is bowl made up of roasted pork, spinach, squash and apples. They also offer packages of fresh wet dog food meals, if that’s your pup’s preference.
8130 W, Warm Spring Rd. Unit 109
Ready to get fresh ink? Kingz Tattoo Parlor takes both walk-ins and appointments, which is super convenient. This tattoo shop offers special deals such as a $25 discount for college students and veterans plus they give 50 percent off on brow services for cancer survivors. According to their website, Governor Sisolak awarded the parlor a Certificate of Special Congressional Commendation and a Certificate of Recognition in 2019.
707 Carson St.
Chef Natalie Young, who has over 20 years of experience in the culinary arts, curated a breakfast, lunch and brunch eatery downtown. The website states that Eat “source[s] food from local farmers first, as well as support[s] local artists, charities and others who share [their] values.” The playful menu includes dishes such as “La Kat Deviled Eggs – known to make giraffes dance” as well as egg dishes served all day. Visit their page to download their menus.
855 E. Twain Ave Ste 118 & 5625 S. Rainbow Ste. D
Want a delicious snack? Look no further than Philly Freeze Me. This spot serves “100 percent authentic Italian Ice” as well as their latest item pretzels and mustard. Guests may buy regular flavors, adult flavors (21 and up) or their specialty flavors. For the adults, lick on a refreshing Watermelon Moscato or Hennessy Lemonade. There’s a variety of flavors to choose from, which means that everyone is likely to find something that tickles their taste buds. Pick-up or delivery services are available.
3035 East Tropicana Ave. Suite E & F
A fresh cinnamon roll oozing icing appears on the homepage of Homies Cinnamon Rolls. Behind the sweet rolls there lies an even sweeter story. According to their website, owner Harold D. Rose Jr. started from humble beginnings by earning money from mowing lawns and washing cars for neighbors at eight years old. Early in life, he knew he wanted his own business. His successful business has received national recognition from Ryan Seacrest as well as ESPN. The company also donates bikes annually to DJ Chet Buchanan of 98.5 KLUC’s Toy Drive.
6235 S Pecos Rd.
Owner/Chef Stephen Parker II of Down 2 Eat says on his website, “One thing I know about being a chef is not only does it fill my heart, but it is my divine gift to the community.” This healthy haven serves “affordable plant-based meals.” The site prompts either a pick-up or delivery option for veggie lover guests. Some of their plant-based dishes include Buffalo Chick’n Pizza, Thai Chick’n Pizza, Truffle n’ Mushroom Pizza among many other flavors. Wash it all done with a refreshing ginger lemonade.
Divine Beauty and Spa Services
1100 N. Martin Luther King Blvd Ste. B
B4 & After Nail Boutique is a nail salon with services catering to everyone including gentlemen. Whether a guest is looking for a classic manicure or 3D nail art, this salon offers it all. The boutique’s Instagram highlights some of their gorgeous work of colorful acrylic nail designs and beautifully polished sets. Be sure to post pictures on the ‘gram and tag the business to help spread the word.
616 S Las Vegas Blvd Ste. B & 9800 W. Skye Canyon Park Dr Ste. 130
This local barber studio treats clients like legends. Pampering isn’t just for the ladies. Everyone deserves to feel good about themselves. Legends Barber Studio gives each guest the full treatment, which includes shampooing, a hot shave towel and essential oils. The barber studio also offers a massager and facial steamers to elevate the client’s experience. Owner and female barber, Saleemah Abare, told DTLV in an interview, “Dealing with a male-dominated industry, we (women) are slept on. You have to work twice as hard to get the same recognition.”
600 S. Green Valley Pkwy., Henderson, NV 89052
This Henderson salon describes itself as an “all inclusive diverse space.” Radically Curly has been featured in national presses including Glamour, BuzzFeed along with well respected Las Vegas publications. Whether a client needs a simple bang trim or wants to schedule “The Ultra Luxurious Radically Curly Experience,” this salon covers it all. Founder and owner, Danielle Green says on the site that “Radically Curly became the first salon in Las Vegas to specialize in curly hair.”
Lit Hookah Bars & Lounges
4266 S. Durango Drive
Vibez specializes in high quality hookah. Every Wednesday and Thursday they offer Happy Hour from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m., when guests may receive half-off hookah and refills. This chill environment is a versatile venue that is the perfect spot to kick back with friends or go on a casual date. They play jams that will make you want to get on your feet and bust a move. Only good “Vibez” here.
353 E. Bonneville Ave. Ste. 111
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, Classic Jewel is a cocktail lounge inside the opulent Juhl condo tower. The lounge is designed to “mirror the 1950s drinking culture,” which includes “plush seating” and “artisanal libations,” according to their website. Their cocktail menu boasts unparalleled mixed drinks including Monte Carlo made with rye whiskey, benedictine and angostura; 20th Century mixed with gin, Creme de Cacao, Lillet Blanc with lemon plus more. Nibble on their succulent small plates, too. Their Bites menu offers a variety of noshes such as flatbreads, salads, sliders and wings.