Curbivore was created out of a shared passion to help restaurants, retailers, local governments, and interested individuals navigate the challenges of the post-pandemic economy.

The world is changing more rapidly than ever before; our hope is that by bringing together all sides of the table, we can foster a productive dialogue that helps create more equitable and sustainable cities, communities, startups and small businesses.

Venue & Travel Details

Curbivore 2023 takes place at 724 S. Olive St. in Downtown Los Angeles.

We’re located a five minute walk from multiple Metro stations; attendees will also receive complimentary ride credit from our official luxury rideshare partner Alto. (Use code CURBIVORE23 for $15 off two rides.)

Curbivore takes place outdoors, as we construct a tented “city within a city” to show off the versatility of the curb, parking lots, creative restaurant / retail businesses and new mobility systems. The forecast for Friday is 64° and sunny – it should be lovely a day, but we recommend bringing a sweater as it may get cool in the evening.

Downtown LA has countless hoteling options, at different price points and amenity levels. For travelers, we’ve secured a preferred-rate at the swank Intercontinental DTLA, a mere five minute walk from the venue. We also recommend the Freehand.

Curbivore in the Press

PODCAST | Hoag+Co.

Jonah Bliss & Curbivore on Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag

PODCAST | The Rideshare Guy

Announcing Curbivore on Rideshare Guy Podcast

PODCAST | Inside Transportation

What you can expect at the Curbivore Conference

ARTICLE | The Counter

As businesses adjust to Covid-19, a new take on an old question: Who owns the sidewalks?

PODCAST | The Parking Podcast

Upcoming Parking and Mobility Conferences

VIDEO | Cali BBQ Digital Hospitality

Commerce Moves to the Curb

PODCAST | Marketplace Risk

Curbivore: A Unique Opportunity to Meet the Technologists Reshaping Our Streets

PODCAST | Yelp for Restaurants – Full Comp

Figuring Out the Future: Jonah Bliss of Curbivore


Yes, You Should Pay $24 for That Hamburger, According to Food Industry Experts


The Revolution Is Coming for the Curb—Is LA Ready?

ARTICLE | Forbes

Travel Destinations Turn To City Curbs For Drop-Offs, Delivery And Dining


Curb Enthusiasm: New Attitudes Emerge Around Urban Spaces

The Curbivore Team

Jonah Bliss


Harry Campbell

Tracy Chou

2023 Friends & Partners

2022 Friends & Partners

Welcome to Booth.

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