You can walk along 19th Street in the Heights and find enough shops, restaurants and galleries to keep you coming back year-round. So for just an afternoon of shopping, we like to keep to just one block, between Yale and Rutland, which offers a mix of old school and new.
This store/gallery is devoted to Latino art and culture.
This friendly, affordable antique store has been a 19th Street staple for more than 20 years.
Refuel while shopping at this casual, yet elegant restaurant.
Find unique accents for your home at this friendly boutique.
This new boutique is devoted to all things handmade, including handcrafted decor and gifts. It's like Etsy, but in person.
Ceramic devotees will get a kick out of this gallery, which is devoted to mostly clay art.
This tobacco shop is as friendly as they get.
Eclectic coffee house that has a massive drink list. The salted caramel latte is a must!
If you love Rockabilly, you'll love this clothing store.
Not only does this record store boast one of the biggest collections of vinyl in the city, it also regularly hosts live music with beer from local breweries like No Label Brewery.
As the name suggests, this home decor shop specializes in custom-made designs and hand-selected home furnishings, for when Ikea just won't do.
This is for all your skincare needs.
This Retopolis veteran is home to affordable vintage clothing, accessories and more.