Shopping in Pittsburgh offers the fun and funky South Side to the hip and happening Lawrenceville. Other popular neighborhood shopping districts: Squirrel Hill, Shadyside, Sewickley, Strip District and Downtown.


Upscale men’s fashion at Larrimor’s, Brooks Brothers, and Jos. A. Bank.

For women, there’s Boutique La Passerelle, Burlington Coat Factory and Avenue.

Inside Fifth Avenue Place, there’s Crystal River Gems and Pittsburgh photography by Dave DiCello.

WELCOME PITTSBURGH Information Center & Gift Shop has Pittsburgh souvenirs, apparel and more.


Market Square has pepperoni rolls from Mancini’s Bread Company and, since 1919, Nicholas Coffee Company.

Pittsburgh’s latest holiday tradition, Peoples Gas Holiday Market features wooden chalets brimming with high quality gifts.

S.W. Randall Toyes and Giftes (Downtown, Shadyside and Squirrel Hill) offer a treasure trove for toy lovers.
Kawaii Gifts (Shadyside) specializes in Japanese gifts, especially pink and fuzzy ones.
The Store at Contemporary Craft (Strip District) has unique jewelry, ceramics, glass, fiber and furniture.
Studebaker Metals (Braddock) sells hand-forged metal goods including jewelry.
Who Knew? Retro Mod Décor (Lawrenceville) specializes in Mid-Century Modern design ranging from high-end designer pieces to kitsch.
Top local and national brands, luxury retail at the Pittsburgh International Airport Airmall including Sportzburgh, Nine West, Three Rivers Harley-Davidson, Hugo Boss and Armani Jeans.
Ross Park Mall’s more than 150 retailers, including Nordstrom, Macy’s, Burberry and more.
The Waterfront in Homestead has more than 50 retailers.
Fine selections at the Monroeville Mall and Galleria of Mt. Lebanon.
Bargains at 130+ shops of Grove City Premium Outlets, just 50 minutes north of Pittsburgh.