Shop Local, Pittsburgh: Aspinwall and Fox Chapel

With Small Business Saturday on the horizon, TABLE Magazine encourages you to shop local not just on the upcoming holiday but year-round. The small businesses owned by our neighbors do more than sell goods and services. They add vibrant life to our neighborhoods and to our entire region. Their presence brings our Main Streets alive, and the long-lasting, personal relationships they foster create a culture of positivity and belonging. To get you started on your local shopping adventure, check out these 9 Aspinwall and Fox Chapel businesses.

Fox and the Fleur

Flowers make things lovely, and they don’t have to be bought only on special occasions. Fox and the Fleur specializes in gorgeous arrangements housed in just the right vases vases. Whether you’re shopping for a wedding, prom, or just a treat for yourself, the bouquet you walk out with will put a smile on your face.

Sol Collective

When you’re out clothes shopping, you want a store that’s going to make you feel welcome and ready to find your most confident self. Sol Collective carries a staff of knowledgeable individuals who are happy to help you browse women’s and men’s shoes and accessories.

Kristi Boutique

Looking for the latest fashion trends and modern styles? Visit Kristi’s Boutique for a wide selection of popular women’s clothing styles. Plus, the store has a personal shopping service to help businesswomen on the go plan their wardrobe without having to take time out of their day.


Interior design and decor allow us to express ourselves in our own homes, so you want to make sure you’re purchasing unique and useful items. Choose from a mix of on-trend, vintage, and modern gifts and essentials. 

Carte Blanche

Turn your home into a statement of who you are and what you love with Carte Blanche. Purchase the clawfoot bathtub you need to complete your dream bathroom, or a framed painting by an international or local artist to enhance your living room or foyer. There are plenty of wonderful gift items, as well. 


Vintage taste has become a timeless design option with antique-inspired furniture going viral each day. Find what’s right for your custom your interior with the help of Jay Miller, who runs the shop after taking it over from his grandfather. You’ll find legendary selections of furniture, lighting, outdoor products, rugs, and so much more.

Nota Bene Fine Paper

Make the invitations to your next gathering stand out with quality paper and design. The employees at Nota Bene work hard to make sure your choices reflect your persona. Step in to sample their exquisite letterpress, classic engraving, bold thermography and offset options. Witty grab-and-go notepads and greeting cards make great gifts. 

For A Tasty Treat While You Shop Local

Coffee Tree Roasters

Sip on a delicious cup of freshly brewed, farm-sourced coffee at this locally owned coffee shop. Select from a variety of specialty coffee drinks, take home a bag of freshly roasted beans, and enjoy a selection of local pastries, including vegan and gluten-free options. There’s something for everyone to enjoy. Bring a friend and catch up on each others’ lives.

Feast Gourmet Market and Eatery

This specialty food market offers food items that are hard to find as well as fresh, chef-prepared dishes ready to take home. Enjoy their famous meatloaf, their homemade soups, and a host of other choices. This is a great place for coffee and a nibble, too.  

Shop our other local gift guides for men, women, children, home, food and drink, and artisanal products for more ways to support small businesses.

Story by Kylie Thomas

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