The health and safety of our visitors, residents and employees remains a top priority for Visit Burbank and the City of Burbank. We are continuing to monitor the news around COVID-19 and the recommendations of public health officials. Meanwhile, shops and restaurants are beginning to reopen, and many places offer curb-service or home delivery. We have created a list below to help you identify what is open/available at this time. For a list of special offers from Burbank businesses, please visit our dining blog and local shopping blog.
For the most up-to-date travel information, we highly recommend that you reach out directly to the hotels, attractions, venues, ticket providers and tour companies that you booked with or are planning to visit. If you do decide to travel, be sure to practice precautions to prevent getting and spreading of COVID-19. We look forward to welcoming you, and our hotels, neighborhoods, and attractions are ready when you are!
Currently Allowed by State Law to Open
- Restaurants and Cafés for On-Site Dining, Takeout and Delivery
- Grocery Stores, Supermarkets, Convenience Stores, Wholesale Clubs, and Pharmacies
- Burbank Farmers Market is open every Saturday 8am-12pm
- Stores that Sell Products Needed for Your Home, such as Hardware, Building, Home Appliance, and Pool Supply Stores
- Lower-Risk Retail Stores, such as Bookstores, Jewelry Stores, Furniture Stores, Toy Stores, and Clothing Stores
- Hair Salons and Barber Shops, for Certain Services Only (i.e., The employee and the customer can both wear cloth face coverings and the service doesn’t involve touching the customer’s face.)
- Parks (Playgrounds are Closed)
- Public Trails (Walking and Hiking)
- Golf Courses
- Horse Riding/Equestrian
- Bike Parks
- Outdoor/Recreation Equipment Rentals
- Drive-in Restaurants, such as the iconic Bob’s Big Boy in the Burbank Media District
- Libraries (For Curbside Pick-up Only)
- Outdoor Museums, Open Air Galleries, Botanical Gardens, and Other Outdoor Exhibition Space
- Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
- Universal Studios Hollywood
- Recreation and Community Centers
- Basketball and Volleyball Courts
- Baseball and Soccer Fields
- Gyms/Fitness Centers
- Public Pools
- Indoor Museums, Galleries, and Zoos
- Bars and Nightclubs that Don’t Serve Food
- Arcades, Bowling Alleys, Movie Theaters, Live Performance Theaters, Concert Halls and Venues, Stadiums, Arenas, Gaming Facilities, Theme Parks, and Festivals
- Nail Salons
A Few Ideas to Support Burbank Businesses
Pay a visit to independently owned shops and markets for items you need at home. Burbank is packed with one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants such as in Magnolia Park.
Buy Gift Cards
Purchasing a gift card to your favorite store, theater, or restaurant is an immediate way to put cash into a business.
Consider buying items from your favorite retailer or small business online. Many merchants sell clothing, accessories, vintage, cosmetics, items for the home, and more.
Sign Up for Future Classes & Events
Sign up for classes or events at your favorite place of business. Planning activities a few months out will help to support your favorite activities and give you something fun to look forward to.
Be Patient and Say Thank You
When you do go to the store to buy what you need, be sure to say thanks to the employees who are hard at work.
For more information on how to support your local businesses and up-to-date closures, follow @visitburbank:
The City of Burbank and Downtown Burbank are not responsible for the content of and do not endorse any products or services of the companies listed including any information on the City of Burbank website and social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter) and Visit Burbank website and social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter). As such, we make no representation or warranty as to the accuracy, appropriateness or any other aspect of the information contained on the City of Burbank’s website and social media platforms and the Visit Burbank website and social media platforms. While we encourage promotion of local businesses and restaurants, citizens are reminded to comply with the Governor’s Safer at Home Orders.