Shop Local, Pittsburgh: Sewickley

TABLE Magazine encourages you to shop local year-round to support the local businesses within the Sewickley community. Especially with Sewickley being named number five in  USA Today’s 10 Best Small Towns Northeast in 2024.

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 Sewickley businesses.


Gather will make sure you have a host gift that will impress. The shop focuses on local artisans, handmade items, and emerging new brands to give you a unique selection. Stop in to connect with the shop staff about what’s new and tempting.  

Safran’s Supermarket

Pick up all your groceries for the week from Safran’s Supermarket. Check out their fresh baked breads, custom cut meats, extensive deli counter, and top quality produce the next time you need to fill up your pantry.

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. 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.

Penguin Bookshop

Skip the corporate store and support a community book store filled with all the latest releases and trends. Here you can get curated help to find the perfect book for you with a wide selection of fiction and nonfiction.


Head to this women’s boutique for all the latest trends you’ve been dying to get your hands on. Choose from dresses, outerwear, shoes, and much more. Plus, they also carry designer jewelry from Adina Reyter and Dean Davidson.

Consign Sewickley

You don’t have to travel far for luxury brands at a lower cost. Consign Sewickley carries all your favorites like Prada, Gucci, and many others in excellent, used condition for consignment prices.


The current taste for vintage designs has antique-inspired furniture going viral each day. Find what’s right for your character-filled 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.

Buck Mason

Inspired by the California coast, Buck Mason provides the latest and greatest in fashion. From high quality shirts to warming jackets, you’ll find all your essentials plus a few extra special finds.

Orr’s Jewelers

This local business is the Official Jeweler of the Pittsburgh Penguins and for good reason. They’re a Tudor and Rolex Official Jeweler, so you’re able to shop your favorite brands all in one spot. Make sure to ask the Orr’s expert jewelers any of your questions and they’ll be happy to help. 


Fill your closet with designer clothing from Après women’s boutique. Browse through the European and domestic designers putting out some of the top looks of today. Some of their collections include Humanoid, Ottod’Ame, Bellerose, and Emerson Fry.

Twin Pine

Add a statement of real personality to your home with Twin Pine’s exquisite accessories. Take home a paint bucket candle that burns for over 40 hours or a handcrafted birdhouse made from vintage repurposed snow skis. You’ll enjoy browsing this well-designed and picturesque location.

Three Dog Bakery

While you’re out treating yourself, don’t forget to treat your furry friend too! Three Dog Bakery makes the finest treats in house with simple, healthy ingredients. You can even bring your dog in with you to pick out a surprise on their own.

For A Tasty Snack While You Shop Local


Step in for a bite of fresh local cuisine and take home the luxe ingredients that make their food so delicious while you’re there. Among our favorites: the selection of fine olive oils. Don’t forget to order a cup of their in-store brewed coffees with special touches like a Deconstructed Latte or Cereal Milk Latte.

Mic’s Market

Stop by this mico-grocer the next time you need to grab lunch on the go. With a selection of fresh, ready-to-eat foods like deli sandwiches and breakfast burritos, Mic’s Market will become a part of your daily routine. Plus, they recently opened a full-service smoothie bar alongside their regular selections.

Vivo Kitchen

Shopping can get exhausting, so finish your afternoon at the shops with the comforting food at Vivo Kitchen. Share small plates like their Escargot, Charred Shishito Peppers, or Marinated Cheeses with a friend. Then order fresh Bristol Scallops with a Honeycrisp Apple Puree or tender Duroc Pork Chop with Roasted Red Pepper Jam for your main meal. The rightly famous Crispy Garlic Chicken is a must-try, too.

Big Spring Spirits

After a long day of shopping, it’s time to sit down with a cocktail from this local distillery. Maybe you’ll try a mojito made with their house-made White Rum. Or, take home a bottle of their Seven Governors’ Gin to savor in the peace of your home.

Story by Kylie Thomas

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