Figaro on Broadway, brand newly opened and just across from the historic Los Angeles Theater, serves a full French Bistro menu and boasts a full on-site French bakery (boulangerie / patisserie) with fresh breads, pastries, croissants and other fabulously Frenchy treats to enjoy at Figaro, or pickup to go. Breakfast, lunch, fine dining for dinner, plus beer, wine, and cocktails. It’s like having a taste of Paris in downtown L.A.
French bistro,Figaro (from Los Feliz), soft opened yesterday [Dec. 17th] in a massive ~18,000 square foot restaurant space — an historic 2-story edifice built for Schaber’s Cafeteria in 1928…The restaurant sits on a block along Broadway between 6th and 7th Streets, a few doors down from the venerable Clifton’s Cafeteria, which is slated to be reborn next year after a major revamp by local restaurateur Andrew Meieran...Figaro’s new flagship space at 9,000 square feet on the ground floor alone (including another 8,600 square feet on the second level), is a stark contrast from their much smaller original location on Vermont Ave in Los Feliz — basically going from “cutesy” to “grand.” – Brigham Yen [All photos courtesy Brigham Yen]
An official grand opening / ribbon-cutting will be held with Councilmember
Huizar and Bringing Back Broadway in a few weeks. Until then, Figaro
Bistro is enjoying a “soft open” daily 8am-11pm (midnight Friday and Saturday.)