Get to Know New Arrivals on the Burbank Street Scene
“Now Open” signs are up, and Burbank neighborhoods are abuzz with new shopping and dining hotspots that definitely merit a detour. It’s noteworthy that in the past year dozens of new shops and eateries have opened in Burbank, or are opening soon. These new businesses are reinventing the retail and restaurant scene and bringing new dynamism to city streets. Here are a few of our picks!
Safety note: When you visit, please wear a mask whenever possible, maintain social distance from others, and don’t congregate at the doors of businesses. Restaurant and retail workers’ health depends on it!
With more than 600 shops and restaurants, the largest IKEA in the US, and the flagship AMC Burbank 16, Downtown Burbank is a top shopping and entertainment destination.
Where Art Becomes Delicious. Artelice Patisserie, is a purveyor of fine modern French pastries.
BirdBox (Downtown Burbank Adjacent)
Bird Box specializes in Jumbo Traditional Bone-In Wings, Jumbo Tenders and all white meat Boneless Wings with house dressings and popular dipping sauces!
This revolutionary Hollywood delicatessen opens its Downtown Burbank version specializing in sustainable, hormone-free and organic delectables.
A global fitness community specializing in innovative, high-intensity group workouts that are fast, fun, and results-driven.
LA’s best casual sushi spot for authentic nigiri and a wide variety of original sushi rolls.
Vegan friendly and specializing in Açaí as served in Brazil.
Eat. Drink. Selfie. ViaSelfie is a contemporary restaurant creating unique dishes with a focus on local Californian ingredients and inspired by the most delicious cuisines of the world.
Opening soon in Downtown Burbank
- Cider Works at Story Tavern – 150 S San Fernando Blvd (2021)
- Han Korean BBQ – Burbank Town Center Mall (Summer 2021)
- Nineteen85 Nail Bar – 134 N San Fernando Blvd (Summer 2021)
- Silverlake Ramen – 175 Palm Ave (2021)
- Smash Burger – 118 N San Fernando Blvd (2021)
With one of the highest concentrations of entertainment companies in the world, Burbank’s famed Media District combines world-class production studios with exciting dining options.
Sweetfin is a healthful, Chef-driven, California inspired poke concept that uses local produce, sustainable fish, and innovative ingredients.
“Tacos 1986 brings some of the purest flavors of Tijuana street food to LA”. — LA Eater
Opening soon in the Media District:
- Raising Cane’s – 1750 West Olive Ave (Summer 2021)
- Spotless Burger – 515 N Hollywood Way (2022)
- Urbane Cafe – 515 N Hollywood Way (2022)
This hip retro neighborhood is truly in a world all its own. Filled with one-of-a-kind boutiques, vintage shops, antiques, chic eateries, and something new around every corner, Magnolia Park is also home to Porto’s Bakery, named several years running as the Best Place to Eat in the US by Yelp.
Offshoot of the popular BLVD Cafecito situated next door, BLVD Tacos offers a large variety of tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos, taquitos, drinks and sides.
Grau Women’s Boutique
Selling women’s clothing, shoes and accessories.
Specializing in signature crafted burgers, sides, drinks & desserts, and offering daily lunch specials at $10.
Hi-tech companies, conference hotels, and big box retail surround the Hollywood Burbank Airport, with the Empire Center as of the highest producing power centers in Southern California. The district is also home to the World Famous West Coast Customs.
Discover high-quality, handcrafted merchandise for every style and every room all at significant savings.
Aldi grocery stores specialize in fresh produce and everyday essentials at the low prices you need.
K1 Speed Indoor Karting (Media District Adjacent)
Race 100-percent, all-electric karts indoors in any weather.