South Broadway businesses prove "We've got this!"

Coming out of the COVID fog, not one of the South Broadway business' doors was closed due to COVID-19; that's nothing short of a miracle! It just took some sprinkling of pixie dust, a committed Englewood City Manager, some essential COVID business grants, and a huge camaraderie amongst the small business owners of the eclectic row of bars and shops of South Broadway!

Check out the OCN exclusive story of how the small businesses of South Broadway and the city of Englewood worked together to keep their doors open during the pandemic: 

Here are some standout small businesses on South Broadway! Give them some OCN love when you stop in and buy local: 

Englewood Grand: Erika and Phil (owners), refurbished the space in keeping with its vintage roots—look for the old school neon sign outside their bar

Guided by Humanity: Mary (owner), a yoga studio for every Body—accessiblity, inclusivity, and equity for all abilities (with a cool smoothie bus)

Sweet Caroline Confections: Andrea Caroline (owner), investment banker to full-time lollipop entrepreneur—pops made right in her sweets shop

Kitschy Witch Vintage: Chelsea and Michelle (daughter and mother owners), vintage home goods—Chelsea is known for her custom Scandinavian kitchen witches

Sarah DeAngelo Jewelry: Sarah DeAngelo (owner), the coolest homeschooled artisan jewelry maker—it's off the main strip of South Broadway

Whiskey Biscuit: Aaron and Alan (owners), neighborhood restaurant and bar with a great patio—Tuesday Burger Night is the bomb

The Tabletop Tap: Jason and Kristin (owners), old favorite arcade games in the bar (literally in the bar)—it's off the main strip South Broadway

Have you visited South Broadway lately? Share in the comments your favorite place to hang out or shop on South Broadway.