Naples, Florida — A white woman in Naples is getting rave reviews for her black-owned restaurant, Casablanca.
Her restaurant, a restaurant in the Blackstone neighborhood of Naples, was named after a black man who founded the restaurant in 1962, according to the Naples Times.
The restaurant, which is also named for the man’s daughter, is owned by a group of black business owners, who have worked for decades to bring fresh African-American food to the neighborhood.
Casablanca, which opened in December, is part of a chain of restaurants, known as Casablancas, which include a restaurant named after the late, great black businessman, the Times reported.
The restaurant, named for Casablackas daughter, has been a success and is selling out of their signature steak sandwich and chicken soup.