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When Inglewood needed a wine bar, sisters Leslie and LeAnn Jones were there to deliver. Tired of leaving their neighborhood for a night out, the two combined their experience in luxury wedding planning and wine respectively to create the first and only wine bar in the City of Champions. 1010Wine is an upscale experience, a communal place where you’ll dine on charcuterie boards and peach cobbler panna cotta, and choose from the largest selection of Black-owned wines and beers in the city. There are sparkling rosé from Ebony Wine and Spirits, aromatic Riesling from Black Girl Magic Wines, and canned wines from Sipwell Wien Co.

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The Duo Behind LA's Black Women-Owned Dispensary Share Their Favorite South LA Restaurants

The mother-daughter team shares 5 South LA spots.

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9 Black-Owned Bars In LA

Black-owned bars where you can sip a mojito or crack open a cold one.

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16 New Black-Owned Restaurants In LA

In this guide, you’ll find everything from Creole to halal to BBQ.

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