Updated July 15, 2019
Lawrenceville is known for its thriving retail scene. Undergoing a revitalization, Lawrenceville has been able to build up its scene of boutiques, shops and more. We found five great shops in Lawrenceville to visit next time you’re in the neighborhood.
3629 Butler St.
Pavement was founded 10 years ago by a woman named Alissa Martin. She wished for an intimate shopping experience, one where a customer feels like they’re visiting with friends swapping clothes rather than at a store. Martin makes everyone feel like a Lawrenceville local. Also, Pavement’s items are all handpicked by Martin and manufactured in the U.S. For all your yinzer friends who have moved away for college or other various reasons, send them one of Pavement’s keystone, Pennsylvania or Pittsburgh nameplate necklaces—they’re adorable! You can check out their website here.
And that’s not all… more great shops in Lawrenceville are below!
4209 Butler St.
Wild Card has all the Pittsburgh-themed gifts you’d never find anywhere else. From Kennywood’s Thunderbolt t-shirts to vintage Pittsburgh pennants to Pittsburgh themed holiday cards, there’s something for every ‘burgh lover out there. There’s also tote bags with cute graphics on them and mugs that say “Cat Lady for Life.” Stop in and get all your holiday shopping done in one stop! You can see Wild Card’s website here.
Von Walter & Funk
5210 Butler St.
This great shop has a little bit of everything. luxury home goods, art, antiques and more. The inventory of cool stuff changes on a consistent basis, and there is something for everyone. You can visit their website here.
3627 Butler St.
Phoenix Boutique is a unique consignment shop with tons of great brand merchandise at consignment prices. Clothing, shoes, sunglasses, jewelry, handbags and more. Something for the discerning woman or man! Visit their website here.
No. 14 Boutique
Established in 2014, No. 14 bill’s itself at the local women’s clothing and fashion store. Trendy, fashionable clothing and accessories, their products are unique and ready to help you appear flawless! Visit their website here.
These aren’t the only shops in Lawrenceville to visit… there’s many more… we will update the list frequently!
Thanks for sharing I will head there after Thanksgiving;)
House of the Dead and Dandelions are both closed. Try Phoenix and Expresso Amano both in the same block