Where To Shop


Hero & Leander's favourite places to shop till you drop in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh has some incredible places in which to eat and drink. They say that the city's dining resurgence is led by the young culture that is making Pittsburgh a very exciting place to be right now. As with any sophisticated culinary scene, quality mixed with a wide range of establishments is key. And Pittsburgh is certainly no different.  


Best For: Vintage Lovers

Toll Gate Revival is where all your American vintage home decor dreams come true. This place is packed with wonderful items curated from their lost and found journeys. They pride themselves on collating items such as repurposed furniture and materials, perfect to take home. If all of that is not enough they even do interior design services, design adn build and prop setup. Trust us, Toll Gate Revival is a shopping adeventure!

www.tollgaterevival.com  Lawrenceville District

Toll Gate Revival Pittsburgh


Best For: Vintage Admirers

Hey Betty is a cute little vintage store in Shadyside, in a pretty little house that provides a perfect setting for the vintage wares and fabrics that are to be found inside its doors. Once you step inside you'll be calling your friends up setting dates to hit the town in your latest getup.

heybettyvintageclothing.com  Shadyside

Hey Betty | Pittsburgh


Best For: Those with a Sweet Tooth

Do you have a sweet tooth? Well this place is definitely for you. Or perhaps you're looking for a tasty souvenir to laugh at with your friends back home. Yep, this is the place. Grandpa Joes Candy Shop is bascailly an Aladdin's cave for all things sweet and tasty. There's so much to choose from in here, from the normal to the downright weird! You can even buy a life size Donald Trump cut out. If you want...

www.granpajoescandyshop.com  The Strip District


Best For: Flowers!

This shop has beautiful flowers that you almost certainly won't leave without buying a bunch. Or a whole bunch of bunches! Run by Rosa, her passion for flowers clearly emanates through her stunning work in floristry. Her business is summed up in her words; "To have flowers be an expression of who you are. Incorporating the colors you love and the shapes you gravitate towards. We strive to accomplish your vision and to make any wedding, event, delivery, or trip to the shop personal and special. This was the magic I was meant to create."

thefarmersdaughterflowers.com  East Allegheny

The Farmers Daughter Flowers | Pittsburgh


Best For: Italian Delights

This place will make you feel really hungry! But that's OK, because this third generation Italian grocer will not leave you short of inspiration and produce to buy for a delicious meal or simply a snack on the go. Originally a pasta business started in 1902, it has become a fixture on the Pittsburgh culinary scene. With over 5,000 speciality products in store, you simply must visit. Just be warned though that you'll want to buy more than you can carry!

pennmac.com  The Strip District

Pennsylvania Macaroni | Pittsburgh


Best For: Gift Givers

So you've reached Pittsburgh and of course you want to tell your friends about it or buy a little something to give to them. Then get to Wild Card. It's just perfect for little gifts or beautiful cards to send back home. A cute little boutique in Lawrenceville opened back in 2009 by Rebecca Morris. Since then it's supplied people far and wide with a great selection of home made presents. A lot of the items are handmade by local artists so you know you're buying something unique to the area. Give it a visit. 

wildcard.com  Lawrenceville

Pittsburgh | Wild Card


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