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Your Ultimate Shopping Guide to Philly Small Business Saturday 2019

Updated: May 21, 2021

Small Business Saturday 2019 Philly Shopping Guide

It’s the most wonderful time of the year—November 30 is Small Business Saturday!

With the hustle and bustle leading up to Thanksgiving and Black Friday, we hope that you can spend this Small Business Saturday celebrating the locally owned businesses in your community and giving support to the entrepreneurs who built them up.

Here at Honeycomb, we're all about giving local businesses the love that they deserve, so we've put together the ultimate Philadelphia shopping guide for you. Check out these 7 Philly businesses that are doing something special this Small Business Saturday!

1. Uh-Huh Art Objects Pop-up at Rally Coffee

An integrated coffee shop + design agency in South Philly, Rally Coffee is hosting Uh-Huh Art Objects for a special pop-up from 8 am-5 pm. Shop from the latest contemporary jewelry collection from Uh-Huh and stay after hours for an earrings workshop, where you’ll learn how to make two pairs of statement earrings with polymer clay.

2. 3-mile fun run at Philadelphia Runner

Philadelphia Runner is an independent and locally owned specialty running company that strives to be more than just another running store. Head out on a 3-mile fun run with Philadelphia Runner at their Center City, Manayunk, or University City locations and end your workout with coffee, donuts, and maybe a special deal or two!

3. Pop-up & Paint at ARTrageous Brush & Flow

ARTrageous Brush & Flow is a woman-owned art studio in Germantown that hosts public and private paint parties for all occasions. Come paint a canvas, wooden plank, or wine glass on Small Business Saturday or get 20% off booking an upcoming party at ARTrageous Brush & Flow. The first 10 painters will also receive free tote bags filled with goodies!

4. 5-10% discount at A Novel Idea on Passyunk

A Novel Idea on Passyunk is a community-minded bookstore and event space. Along with serving fresh baked goods to customers, they’re offering a 5% discount for shoppers with a receipt from another business on East Passyunk Ave, which is bumped up to 10% off with a receipt from their immediate neighbors Flora & Fauna or Halo. The bookstore is also giving a 10% discount to any customer that brings a food donation to Philabundance.

5. Special pop-up at Ritual Shoppe

Ritual Shoppe focuses on showcasing the work of local artist & makers with their curated collection of modern jewelry, natural apothecary, and specialty home goods. They are offering extended store hours from 11 am-8 pm, including a pop-up shop with Supra Endura and Forge & Finish and light refreshments!

6. Giveaways at The Spiral Bookcase

The Spiral Bookcase, a community bookstore in Manayunk, is hosting a “Bookish Brunch” from 10 am-12 pm, along with book recommendations from guest booksellers from 12 pm-4 pm. They are also offering treat bags with every purchase, tiered gifts for purchases of $25, $50, $75, and $100, and a raffle!

7. Made in Philly pop-up at The SEWcial Cafe

Founded by ChaCha N’Kole, The SEWcial Cafe is a community sewing space for women to create, collaborate, and develop handmade products in a relaxed and inspiring environment. ​Come to the Made in Philly Pop^up Shop and shop some of the finest handmade apparel, jewelry, accessories, artwork, and body products from 2 pm-7 pm.

Happy Small Business Saturday!

Hope that you have a wonderful time shopping small this Small Business Saturday.

Your fellow Philadelphians are investing local and helping their favorite small businesses grow. Don't miss out on the fun! Check out our latest Philly campaigns here.

Is your Philly business doing something special for Small Business Saturday? There's still time to join our 2019 guide by filling out this short form.


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Honeycomb Credit is a Pittsburgh-based investment crowdfunding platform that connects small businesses looking for expansion loans with community members looking to invest local. By investing as little as $100, you can support the growth of a local Philly business in your community. Learn more about investing in Philly local businesses here.


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