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Check out Nashville eateries participating in Black Restaurant Week Southeast

Black Restaurant Week is going on now through Sunday, Oct. 8.

A waffle cone filled with chicken and mac and cheese

Pro tip: Add mac and cheese to your Coneheads order. | Photo via @coneheadscw

Black Restaurant Week Southeast is going on through Sunday, Oct. 8 — and Nashville is a featured city. This week is all about highlighting African-American, African, and Caribbean cuisines — so be sure to include these participating eateries in your dining plans:

Coneheads, 1315 Dickerson Pk. | Chicken, shrimp, or cauliflower served in a waffle cone

Kingdom Cafe & Grill, 2610 Jefferson St. | Baked chicken, fried fish, and veggie plates

Slim & Husky’s, Locations vary | Try this: $12 signature Huskys all day on Tuesday

Sugaboat | Check the food truck’s Instagram for the latest offerings.

Supper Club on Belcourt, 2000 Belcourt Ave. | This new steakhouse opens on Friday, Oct. 6.

Vegelicious, Locations vary | Vegan versions of lasagna, barbecue sandwiches, and more

Willie B’s, 918 Buchanan St. | Stop in for dinner or weekend brunch.

We didn’t forget about dessert. Visit Rolled 4 Ever Ice Cream and The Cupcake Collection for a sweet treat. Try this: The Roll Up Sundae from Rolled 4 Ever (Slim & Husky’s OG Cinnamon Roll with vanilla ice cream).

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