Broadway is a decorative typeface, perhaps the archetypal Art Deco typeface. The original face was designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1927 for ATF as a capitals only display face. It had a long initial run of popularity, before being discontinued by ATF in 1954. It was re-discovered in the Cold Type Era and has ever since been used to evoke the feeling of the twenties and thirties. Several variants were made.
https://www.dafontfree.net/freefonts-broadway-f59509.htm follow the link for a version of the font.
Notes. A good font for cutting in vinyl from 100mm high and up wards. Looks good in gold vinyl for restaurants.