Five Local Black-Owned Businesses to Support

Black-Owned business Month may have just passed this August, but let’s make an effort to support Black-Owned businesses every month!  There are several Black-owned businesses in the Binghamton area.  Here are five local Black businesses that will satisfy your hunger or take care of your beauty needs!


  1. Bodega – 56 Clinton Street, Binghamton, NY 13905

Not only is Bodega a place to purchase grocery items that aren’t always available in the area, but they are also known for their friendly service and delicious subs.  Be sure to try a sub this semester or get some ingredients for cooking one of your favorite meals at Bodega!

  1. Caribbean Patty World – 188 ½ Main Street, Binghamton, NY 13905

Are you looking for Jamaican food in the Binghamton area?  Look no further because Caribbean Patty World has all the oxtail, jerked chicken, and patties you could eat.  One of their customers said, “Ordered the Beef Patties with cheese and the bread, curry chicken, and Jerk chicken was so good. Reminded me back at home in NYC. I know where to go and get me some good food.”

  1. Jus Beauty Shop – 1301 Broad Street, Endicott NY 13760

From hair to beauty supplies, sew-ins, and braids – Jus Beauty has all your beauty needs when you are away from home!  Be sure to check out their beauty products or book an appointment soon!

  1. Miracles Beauty Salon – 157 Main Street, Binghamton NY 13905

Some have said Miracles Beauty Salon is where people go when they have had too many bad experiences with bad haircuts!  They offer services for natural and relaxed hair and specialize in installing weaves and hair extensions.  Miracles Beauty Salon provides custom wig making services as well.  You are going to want to check them out!

  1. Extremities Beautique (Doreen_thenailtech) – 33 Cary Street, Binghamton NY 13905

Extremities Beautique has all your nail needs and does lashes and braids too.  If you find that you want to step up your nail game while you’re in Binghamton, this is the place for you.

Supporting Black-Owned businesses is an easier task when you know where to go.  Be sure to check out these businesses and Support Black Business 607 and continue to search and share other Black-Owned locations!


By Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17
Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17 Career Consultant Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17