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Business on Broadway

The Historic Broadway Theatre District is a great place to set up shop!

Bringing Back Broadway works closely with property owners and Business Improvment Districts in the area to actively recruit new businesses to fill vacancies along Broadway. Considerable incentives are available to businesses that locate on Broadway, and we're here to help.

Since the inception of Bringing Back Broadway in 2008, a number of new businesses have opened on Broadway, filling vacancies and creating much-needed jobs. More new businesses and building renovation plans are announced each month. The momentum on Broadway is clear. Numerous retail, restaurants and service businesses have already planted their flag on Broadway, including:

  • Alma, by noted chef Ari Taymor, is now open at 952 S. Broadway.
  • Figaro Bistro, the second Los Angeles location for the Mgaieth family is now serving a full French menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner at 618 S. Broadway.
  • Silo Sliders is a popular restaurant and bar in the Haas Building located at 225 W. 7th Street 
  • Umami Burger, a new venture by the Umami team is open at 852 S. Broadway near 9th & Broadway.
  • Two Boots Pizza, an NYC favorite located at 826 S. Broadway, made its Broadway debut in Spring 2012.
  • Clifton’s Cafeteria, located at 648 S. Broadway. Renovation is currently underway, including the addition of a full-service restaurant & lounge, reactivation of Clifton’s Bakery and restoration of the long-hidden historic façade.  
  • Royal Clayton’s English Pub is relocating to the Broadway Spring Arcade next year.
  • Guisado’s Tacos is coming soon.
  • Famima Market is now open at 525 W. 6th Street 
  • The L.A. Brewing Company now serves 100 beers on tap in the historic Chapman Building, located at 750 S. Broadway. 
  • Ace Hotel has purchased the United Artist Theatre & Commercial building at 933 S. Broadway. The Ace boutique hotel is now open at 929 S. Broadway, while the historic theatre is still under construction.
  • Tarina Tarantino, the famed fashion jewelry designer, is moving her world headquarters for her brand to 908 S. Broadway in a building she will call the “Sparkle Factory.”
  • Ross Dress for Less is now open at 719 S. Broadway.

As well as the Indie Desk,Take my Picture Gallery, DTLA Bikes, Angelo Home, Kelly’s, Om Nom Organic Grocery, Maccheroni Republic, and more on the way!  

 












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