10 places to shop this Small Business Saturday: November 30

Nov 25 2019, 9:11 pm

It’s finally the big weekend of shopping in America. You know where to go for Black Friday and Cyber Monday; here’s our list of ten places you have to visit this weekend for Small Business Saturday.

Archie McPhee


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Mark McPhee, Archie’s great-nephew-in-law, has been supplying gifts and toys to Seattlites since 1983. The shop began out of Mark’s garage, where he sold knick-knacks and other random items. Those in his neighborhood couldn’t get enough of his wacky shop, which prompted Mark to open up a real storefront in the big city of Seattle. Ranked as one of the Top Ten Independent Toy Stores by USA Today, this shop had to top our list for Small Business Saturday shopping.

Hours: Monday to Thursday 10 am to 8 pm; Friday and Saturday 10 am to 9 pm; Sunday 11 am to 8 pm
Location:Ā 1300 North 45th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-297-0240
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Flora and Henri


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Located in Pioneer Square, Flora and Henri is a gorgeous 3,000-sq-ft store home to women’s clothing, children’s toys, home accessories, footwear, and more. Jane Hedreen, the founder of the store, aims to create a timeless shopping experience for her customers by offering personal, boutique interactions and beautiful sourced items.

Hours: 10 amĀ to 7 pm
Location: 401 First Avenue South, Seattle
Phone: 206-749-9698
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Ashley Busacca and Ryan Darcey started Revival with the belief in supporting and engaging the community by promoting creative people throughout the Greater Seattle Area. Busacca is the main buyer for the shop, focusing on creating partnerships with local designers. The shop also offers a buy-and-sell program to recycle, buy, and sell pre-loved items.

Hours: Monday to Saturday 11 am to 7 pm; Sunday 12Ā to 6 pm
Location: 233 Broadway East, Seattle
Phone: 206-395-6414
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Ada’s Technical Books & CafĆ©


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Books, coffee, food, and a workspace? Ada’s has it all. More than just a bookstore, the shop aims to create a community of book lovers. It is home to workshops and clubs such as the 21st Century Science Fiction Book Club. Ada’s also features The Office, a co-working space above the shop.

Hours: 8 amĀ to 9 pm
Location: 425 15th Avenue East, Seattle
Phone: 206-322-1058
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Moonlit Skincare


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Although sold in Nordstrom, Anthropologie, and Urban Outfitters, Moonlit Skincare is an independent Seattle-based brand. In college, founders Kriszta and Stephy realized that their stress and lack of sleep was wreaking havoc on their skin. They decided to join forces and create Moonlit Skincare. They ethically and sustainably create their formulas in Bali and the US without parabens, sulfates, mineral oils, PEGs, and synthetic fragrances. This weekend, they are featured in the Pop-In at Nordstrom.

Hours: 10 amĀ to 9 pm
Location: 500 Pine Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-628-2111
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Ugly Baby Shop


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With a name like Ugly Baby Shop, you justĀ know that this place doesn’t take themselves too seriously. The shop showcases local artists while focusing on DIY craft kits and enamel pins. The shop is the first in the world to sell Shower Art: art that hangs in your shower with a suction cup.

Hours: Thursday to Monday; 11 am to 5 pm
Location: 1430 Western Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-696-0089
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Mercer was founded in 2003 with the intention of creating a space where mothers and daughters can share a shopping experience that will leave them both satisfied with the range of on-trend pieces. Founder Karen Bonamo hand-picks pieces from her favorite brands to appear in-store.

Hours: 9:30 am to 9 pm
Location: 2670 NE University Village Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-388-0329
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Retail Therapy


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Retail Therapy specializes in clothing, gifts, art, and accessories created by independent artists and designers. The shop staff are more than happy to help guide you in your shopping experience by offering a series of services such asĀ makeovers and custom fitting garments.

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11 am to 7 pm; Sunday 12Ā to 7 pm
Location: 905 Pike Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-324-4092
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Clementines is a boutique focused on sourcing unique pieces from independent, emerging designers and brands. The shop specializes in shoes, with a large offering of accessories and womenswear. Find everything from soaps and flower vases to your new favorite pair of heels.

Hours: Monday to Saturday 10 am to 6 pm; Sunday 11 am to 5 pm
Location:Ā 310 Occidental Avenue South, Seattle
Phone: 206-935-9400
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K-Banana is our favorite local Korean mini-mart. With skincare, bath and body, hair care, apparel, accessories, and beauty, the store is a color explosion of fun. After the success of a pop-up, founder Liz Kang Yates decided to open a store at her favorite mall: University Village.

Hours: 9:30 am to 9 pm
Location:Ā 2656 NE University Village Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-522-6542
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