If you’re looking for the best shopping in Los Angeles, look no further than Downtown Burbank. With everything from small, unique boutiques to large, well-known retail stores, there’s something for everyone. Below are some of our favorite spots for shopping that locals love and visitors shouldn’t miss.

Urban Outfitters: A favorite among young adults and teens, Urban Outfitters is a must-visit for those who love the intersection of vintage, bohemian, and modern trends. This popular retailer offers a wide range of items, including clothing, accessories, home decor, and even vinyl records. Urban Outfitters perfectly encapsulates the hip, vibrant, and artistic vibe that’s associated with Downtown Burbank, making it a great addition to your shopping itinerary.

Lusanet Collective: A one-of-a-kind boutique in the heart of Downtown Burbank, Lusanet Collective is not only a retail shop but a creative hub for local entrepreneurs. Featuring art, jewelry, clothing, home goods, and more, you’re sure to find the perfect statement piece.  Be sure to check their event calendar for monthly pop-ups and curated events.

Burbank Town Center: An epicenter of shopping, dining, and entertainment, the Burbank Town Center stands as a beacon for retail lovers. With over 150 stores, there’s something for everyone. Enjoy a day at this bustling shopping center with top retailers like: Forever 21, H&M, Carter’s, Barnes & Noble, and more!

Unique Vintage: Unique Vintage is a haven for those in love with fashion from every era. The store offers a range of unique, high-quality vintage-inspired clothing, shoes, and accessories. Whether you’re dressing up for a themed party or simply want to incorporate vintage-inspired pieces into your everyday style, Unique Vintage is the place to go.

Ikea: The world-renowned Swedish furniture store needs no introduction. Ikea Burbank, the largest Ikea in the United States, is a home decorator’s paradise. Offering a vast selection of affordable and stylish home furnishings and decor, you’ll find sustainable solutions for your everyday life.

Cost Plus World Market: From unique, value-priced home decor, international foods, wines, to unique holiday items and more, the Cost Plus World Market in Burbank is an adventure in shopping. It’s the perfect place to find those extraordinary items that add a special touch to your home or a thoughtful gift for a friend.

MUD Cosmetics: A haven for makeup aficionados, MUDshop offers top-tier cosmetic products suitable for both professional makeup artists and makeup enthusiasts alike. Their top-of-the-line products, along with expert advice from their staff, will ensure you find the perfect shades to enhance your natural beauty.

Gap Factory Factory: A staple in American fashion retail, the Gap Factory Store in Downtown Burbank presents a clean, organized space filled with classic pieces that carry the brand’s signature timeless style. Perfect for everyone in the family!

Whether you’re a local or just visiting, Downtown Burbank offers an abundance of shopping options that cater to all tastes and budgets. Its pedestrian-friendly streets, welcoming ambiance, and diverse range of stores make it a great place to spend a day indulging in retail therapy. So why wait? Get ready to explore the incredible shopping opportunities in Downtown Burbank, where delightful surprises await at every corner!

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The Downtown Burbank Cultural Market is up and running! This unique and exciting outdoor market takes place every Friday and Saturday from 5 – 9:30pm at the corner of Palm Avenue and San Fernando Blvd. on the AMC walkway in Downtown Burbank.

The market features more than 25 local, rotating vendors selling jewelry, toys, soaps, bath bombs, candles, cakes, hot sauces, and so much more. Many of the products are actually handmade by local artisans!

The Downtown Burbank Cultural Market is also a philanthropic event and each week vendors donate a portion of their sales to Home Again Los Angeles, serving the Burbank and Glendale communities to develop comprehensive, holistic solutions for families facing homelessness!

There is tons of free parking in Downtown Burbank, and you can enjoy dinner and drinks at one of Downtown’s many eateries before or after exploring the market!

The cultural market is hosted and organized by Hyenoor, with a mission to “create a weekly farmers market that serves the local community with fresh produce, artisanal snacks, and handmade goods.”

The Downtown Burbank Cultural Market is always accepting applications for produce growers, pre-packaged food sellers, and craft vendors! APPLY HERE.

When it comes to picturesque southern California downtowns, no one does it quite like Burbank. With so much to do on any given day, Downtown Burbank offers world-class shopping and unique boutiques, celebrated eateries and coffee shops, and a variety of top-notch entertainment. If you’ve got a weekend in the neighborhood, we’ve compiled the perfect list of things to complete your well-rounded Burbank itinerary. With proximity to Hollywood and Los Angeles, when you visit the Media Capital of the World endless entertainment is at your fingertips, but you won’t need to venture far to make the most of your Downtown Burbank stay.


  • Enjoy Pastries at Artelice –
    We hope you like dessert for breakfast, especially with Artelice being first on the itinerary. [EP1] This modern French patisserie will transport you to another famous city if you let it. Combining art with tastiness, guests can indulge in sweet treats such as macarons, eclairs, tarts, and cakes.
  • Shop the Burbank Town Center –
    After you’ve satiated your pastry craving at Artelice, head to the Burbank Town Center to browse a boundless collection of shops and restaurants. With featured stores like Victoria’s Secret, World Market, MAC Cosmetics, and Sunglass Hut, you’ll be able to find exactly what you’re looking for during your afternoon of shopping.
  • Lunch at Granville
    Noted as an ‘affordable luxury’, Granville is both an experience and a meal wrapped up into one amazing lunch spot. Try the Butternut Squash Soup, Poke Bowl, or the Chipotle Chicken Club for pure freshness and visual appeal all one plate. No matter what menu item you choose, the colorful representation will match the tastiness.
  • Visit the Downtown Cultural Market –
    In between meals, pencil in a local happening that never gets old. Every Friday from 5 to 9 pm, the Downtown Cultural Market brings vendors to the “AMC Walkway” on San Fernando Blvd & Palm Ave to showcase yummy treats, a variety of goods and local crafts.
  • Dinner/Drinks at Over/Under Public House –
    Known as one of the best restaurants and bars in Downtown Burbank, the establishment mixes classiness into its drinks and décor. Guests crave the wings and fries, but any meal here will do. If you arrive earlier enough on Friday, you may catch the happy hour specials from 3-6 pm.
  • Laugh at Flappers Comedy Club
    When you visit Burbank, you’ll want to catch a Comedy Show at Flappers Comedy Club where you’ll belly laugh your way through the night. The iconic club holds “Famous Fridays” every week where celebrity comedians and surprise guests take the stage to drop their jokes on the crowd.


  • Breakfast at Another Broken Egg Cafe
    Start your Saturday with a taste of breakfast perfection in Downtown Burbank! Another Broken Egg Cafe is known around town for delivering some of the best Southern-inspired breakfast and brunch creations. Try the Big Easy Scrambler or the Chicken and Waffles for a classic taste of the eatery. Pair your dish with one of their many brunch cocktails or spiked (and seasonal!) coffees while you dine with a smile and a satisfied belly.
  • Stroll Through the Burbank Farmers Market
    The Burbank Farmer’s Market is the best way to spend a Saturday morning. Running for over 30 years, the California-grown produce, flowers, organic cheeses, and specialty breads come from family-owned farms—some of which are century-old farmsteads. Take your time walking the market and bask in the history and beauty the farms bring.
  • Lunch at Finney’s Crafthouse-
    With an ideal location on the corner of San Fernando & Palm, Finney’s Crafthouse is the perfect spot to enjoy delicious casual fare and great craft beer. Known for its beer garden and patio overlooking the Downtown walkway, a sunny day goes best with this meal.
  • Browse Boutiques on San Fernando Blvd.
    After your indulgent lunch, it’s time to use that energy to shop. Hit the boutiques on San Fernando Blvd. for a local experience as you browse unique shops and funky boutiques. Plan to stop into Zamba where you’ll find chic worldly gifts and designs. If you are a vintage lover, Unique Vintage is a must-see with a large collection of styles and accessories.
  • Dinner and Photos at ViaSelfie Kitchen
    Known for an Instagram-approved selfie wall and eclectic boho décor, the cuisine at ViaSelfie Kitchen matches the charm to perfection. After you’ve been seated, don’t put that camera away just yet! With menu items like the Black Burger Classic (the bun is actually black!) and perfectly decorated pizza pies, you will be snapping until the last bite.
  • After Dinner Movie at AMC Theatre 16
    Consistently ranked within the top 3 theaters in the nation, you’ll want to catch a flick in this premier downtown theater. Suited with a bar and comfy and expansive seats, you can end your night with luxury entertainment among your favorite big screen stars.


  • Breakfast at Don Cuco
    Before your trip comes to an end, pencil in some time to experience an authentic Mexican brunch at Don Cuco. Enjoy the Huevos Rancheros and Avocado Omelet serve with rice, beans, and corn tortillas in an atmosphere that is brightly decorated with Mexican charm.
  • Go on a Mural Walk
    Stroll among the Mural Walks and take in some of the best Burbank attractions. [EP2] [kf3] The Downtown streets are spirited in artist expression creating extraordinary backdrops where only ordinary walls existed before. Check out the “Made in Burbank” mural and “Sponge Bob Square Pants” mural for jaw-dropping visual appeal. As you peruse the most happening area of the city, keep an eye out for the famous Batman statue, and snap your next selfie with a worldwide (and local) hero.
  • Lunch Outside at The Stage
    The thrill of lunchtime dining accompanied with entertainment is a normal happening at The Stage. With great food, delicious coffee, and various forms of entertainment such as movie showings, live music and plays, the stage is a great representation of all things Burbank.
  • Experience an Interactive Art Installation at Picturistik
    In the spirit of Hollywood, plan for a mini-photo shoot following lunch. Located in the Burbank Town Square, Picturistik shakes up the old art gallery with an innovative approach to art and photography. With a focus on diversity and sustainability, the vibrant art displays are all made by local artists. Give yourself some time to walk from room to room snapping photos for your social media feed.
  • Night Bowling at Round1
    After dinner, fun things await. At Round 1 in the Burbank Town Center, pins will fall (hopefully!), and fun times will be had. This family-friendly destination has bowling, two karaoke rooms, arcade games, ping pong and a Kids Fun Zone so everyone in the family can enjoy their Sunday evening.

Staying a bit longer? Don’t miss these world-class attractions nearby:

  • Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
    Ever wonder what it’s like on a Hollywood set? This is your chance to get behind the curtain and take it all in. The Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood takes you to the backlots of some of your favorite movie and tv show productions. Studio tours last for 3 hours, and prices start at $69.
  • Griffith Park
    As one of the most expansive municipal parks in the country, Griffith Park holds plentiful beauty and endless recreational opportunities. Hiking trails and the Griffith Observatory are among the noted attractions in this 4,210-acre gem.
  • Universal Studios Hollywood
    The world-famous theme park is home to an abundance of rides, entertainment, and tours for the whole family.
  • Magnolia Park Vintage Shopping
    If you are a vintage fanatic, the Magnolia Park vintage shopping scene is a second-hand haven. Search through the many boutiques up and down W Magnolia Blvd to find your perfect retrofit.
  • West Coast Customs
    When it comes to tricked-out car customization, West Coast Customs is the go-to shop in Southern California. Specializing in epic custom builds (sometimes worth millions), you’ve likely seen some of their creations featured on tv shows and national news outlets.

As your Southern California days slip into star-lit nights, the Downtown Burbank bars come alive and a good time ensues. With a variety of entertainment, neighborhood pubs, relaxing lounges and live music, revelers stay busy perusing the walkable streets of Downtown. No matter what your evening hankering might be, the bars in Downtown Burbank offer vibes fit for a fun-filled-dive-bar-kind-of-night or a relaxing and tasteful evening among friends.

Bars, Breweries & Lounges

Start (or end) the night at local favorite, Story Tavern where they offer a great craft beer selection, a variety of games and a neighborhood atmosphere where guests feel welcomed. Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant loves keeping a fresh and rotating tap of top beers and is all about pairing their awarding winning brews with fresh menu offerings. The Yard House complements their 130 tapped beers with a lively atmosphere and delicious American cuisine; while BJ’s Restaurant has an extensive handcrafted micro-brewed selection of beers, a high-energy atmosphere and consistently-delicious cuisine. When it’s game time, Barney’s Beanery and Finney’s Crafthouse know how to host fans. With large TVs mounted to make you feel like you are at the big game, the atmosphere is rich with energy and good drinks. Perfect for sports lovers with distinguished taste, Over Under Public House blends the thrill of game time with a timeless Hollywood feel.

Looking to lounge and sip in a classy setting? Downtown Burbank bars have ample options. If you want a bit of a fairytale evening, stroll to Urban Press Winery, a boutique winery that awes with brick walls, velvet touches of décor, sparkling chandeliers and an impressive wine list. Representing the modern flair of Hollywood, Nineteen26 Bar and Lounge, lends its sophistication to its patrons through its fare and libation offerings. With a daily happy hour from 5 to 7 pm, this is a great spot to begin your downtown revelry. The Terrace combines an assortment of fun and style into a single establishment. With a full-bar, celebrated Mediterranean cuisine, a dance floor and hookah offerings, the Terrace stands out for those looking for a bit of everything (including class) on their night out. Gitana is a Middle EasternEaster fusion cuisine restaurant and bar that doubles as a hookah lounge. It’s the perfect place to find laughter surrounded by friends, great food and a tasty hookah. The Chained Rabbit has perfected the casual romantic ambiance and craft cocktail scene. With elevated bar food and a variety of craft beers, the local favorite is always a good choice.

Entertainment & Music

Is there a better way to start your night than with endless belly laughs? Flappers Comedy Club and Restaurant is a classic entertainment venue, hosting national comedic headliners while serving notable food and distinct cocktails. Round1 Bowling and Amusement keeps the party going with a host of playful options such as bowling, billiards, ping pong and karaoke. Fun times  downtown are common at Fantasia Billiards; with 20 pool tables, foosball and darts, this Burbank favorite serves craft beer and good food in an uplifting sports bar environment. 

Mixing dive bar vibes with the flair of the 1950’s, the Blue Room is a late-night hotspot that is always bustling and always friendly. Although featured in many films, such as Memento, the energy is low-key, old-school and local. Tuesday nights feature live music but every other night the jukebox keeps the crowd lively. When it comes to unique and entertaining establishments to spend an evening out, Café O Hookah Lounge is at the top of the list. The setting is idyllic for an unusual night out, with the extensive list of quality hookah flavors and belly dancers performing to Arabic hits while diners soak up the exotic ambiance. Sometimes a night out on the town starts with a good flick. AMC Theatre 16 is consistently ranked in the top three in the nation due to its large range of amenities such as IMAX with laser, luxury recliners, tasty dining options and an onsite pub, MacGuffin’s Bar. If you’re still craving entertainment after catching a click, you can catch a performance at The Stage.  Enjoy the eclectic shows featuring movie screenings, plays and artist exhibits while you sip and savor the delectable menu.

Nightlife in Downtown Burbank is always spirited making it easy for locals and visitors to find their happy place under the Burbank stars.

Home to some of the best breakfast in Los Angeles, Downtown Burbank takes the most important meal of your day very seriously. Whether you’re in search of coffee shop vibes, brunch spots, popular chain restaurants, a standout deli or an easy on-the-go meal, you’ll find the top breakfasts in Burbank at these noteworthy eateries. 

Lily’s Café

As a hometown staple, Lily’s Café is known for its charming environment and scrumptious menu. The restaurant offers organic steel cut oatmeal, jello berry parfait and a large variety of breakfast pastries including muffins, scones, and breads. To get the most out of your morning outing, you’ll likely want to pair your breakfast treat with Lily’s house tea or an espresso-based coffee drink.

Milano Cafe & Deli

The location is more than a deli and cafe, it hosts a range of amenities including an upscale market featuring dry and canned goods, non-food essential items, and a selection of French, Italian, Brazilian, and Armenian specialty items. The cafe features fresh baked bread and desserts, a hot and cold bar, breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, coffee and tea, and a juice and smoothie bar. Make sure to check out this deli when you’re in search of a top breakfast place in Downtown Burbank!

Artelice Patisserie

The location is more than a deli and cafe, it hosts a range of amenities including an upscale market featuring dry and canned goods, Artelice has perfected the idea of “where art becomes delicious”. This high-end french pastry shop adds a modern twist to all of their indulgent desserts, making these sweets look just as exquisite as they taste. Pastries so beautiful and delicious they have catered for the Grammys. If you’re looking to pair your pastry with something warm, explore their coffee and tea selection.

San Marco Coffee Roasting House

Not only is San Marco Coffee Roasting House a quirky coffee shop to sit and sip on an easy morning, but they also roast and sell their own beans. Their gourmet coffee is flavorful and reliable making it worthy of becoming a part of your regular morning routine. For a refreshing and delightful caffeinated treat, try their flavorful iced lattes or their assortment of coffee and tea to kickstart your morning. 

The Great Grill

Not exclusively a breakfast spot, The Great Grill is still a great choice for breakfast lovers. Known to use simple yet fresh ingredients, every morning plate is easy on the eyes and tasty in the belly. From waffles and french toast to a selection of grilled breakfast burritos (including a vegetarian option), the menu offers diners plenty of meal options to start their day.

Smashed Burger

Smashed Burgers offers more than just delicious burgers, they serve deliciously impressive breakfast burritos, too. From 7 to 11 am, you can customize your burrito with a variety of tortillas and a base filling of potatoes, American cheese and eggs with the option to add your favorite breakfast meat. The simple menu is simply perfect for those looking to indulge in a hearty morning meal.

Panini Kabob Grill

Don’t let the name fool you, at Panini Kabob Grill you can find an enticing breakfast spread catering to all cravings. Seemingly created for those with a fondness for avocado, the menu offers both avocado toast with a whole avocado and a Scottish smoked salmon avocado toast. For more traditional options, French toast and custom scrabbles (using only organic eggs) are top choices for morning diners.

Apollo Burger

Although the breakfast burritos at Apollo Burger are locally famous, it’s not the only notable breakfast item you’ll find on the menu. The American inspired fare offers additional classic breakfast options such as thick pancake stacks and breakfast sandwiches. With simple ingredients and inexpensive prices, this joint is ideal for quick and tasty on-the-go or dine-in options.

Don Cuco’s 

If you’re a late riser and prefer more of a brunch menu than breakfast, Don Cuco’s is your spot. Proclaimed by many as the best Mexican food in L.A., Don Cuco’s is a great brunch option for those looking for an authentic Mexican experience. Only minutes from Hollywood, guests can enjoy reasonable prices on standouts items like Huevos Rancheros and Machaca con Huevos, guests are known to return time and time again. 

Kitchen on San Fernando at the Hilton Garden Inn

This is a great option for breakfast in Burbank when you’re seeking good food and a cozy ambiance. Set in the Downtown Hilton Garden Inn, the restaurant is popular among locals and visitors serving up classic breakfast options such as brioche french toast and chicken and waffles. The American-inspired dishes are big on local ingredients adding a bit of California flavor into every creation and providing coffee and tea selections for a morning dose of caffeine. For all the early birds, breakfast opens at 6 a.m. so you can start your day as the sun rises.

Another Broken Egg Cafe 

As one of the busiest and best breakfasts in Burbank, Another Broken Egg Cafe is consistently delicious providing an upscale menu and memorable experience. Serving up American cuisine, guests can enjoy vegetarian, gluten-free breakfast and brunch options as well as their deliciously crafted brunch cocktails. Possibly even more enticing, Another Broken Egg Cafe has a pet-friendly patio so you can dine with your best pal by your side.


When it comes to all-natural and all-appetizing, Cheebo’s breakfast menu takes the (pan)cake. With a large breakfast offering, flapjacks, breakfast bowls, burritos, sandwiches and French toast are your usual suspects when it comes to ordering here. When it’s time to wash it all down, you’ll have endless opportunities with their bottomless mimosas topped with fresh-squeezed orange, pineapple or white grapefruit juice.For some of the best breakfast and brunch in Los Angeles., choose downtown Burbank where the first meal of the day is celebrated with good food, a welcoming atmosphere and a passion for great service.