Curating the City: Legacy Business | Los Angeles Conservancy
The 1933 Group brings Formosa Café in West Hollywood back to life. Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy.

Legacy businesses are long-standing community anchors where neighbors connect, memories are made, and our sense of community nourished. They are also a major source of employment and many of our neighbors, friends, and loved ones are being impacted by State-ordered closures in response to COVID-19.

Whether it’s through takeout, delivery, or donations, we encourage you to find ways to support businesses that are closed. During troubling times, we find hope and strength in community.

Let us know what legacy and small businesses are still open in your neighborhood by filling out this Support a Legacy Business form.

And, we invite you to share tips, ideas, and resources for legacy and small business owners and workers on social, using the #ISupportLegacyBusinesses to help inspire good in our community. 

Find resources for legacy and small business owners and their workers here.