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[OWN] Discover Small Businesses with Brick and Mortar Locations

The holidays are all about getting together, which is why we’ve brought together over 300 of our favorite small businesses under one roof. But supporting small businesses isn’t just a once-a-year thing. Here, a list of where you can shop small with some of our favorites all year round.

 LittleBits (pop-up):Go for its kid-friendly open source technology. It’s the inventive way founder Ayah Bdeir empowers the next generation of tinkerers through a platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks. 355 W Broadway, New York, NY 

Flight 001: Go for jet set carry-ons. It’s the way this NYC- based brand takes flight, upgrading your travel with first-class essentials – from passport cases to luggage tags. 95 Greenwich Ave., New York, NY 
Harrys: Go for its handsome grooming goods. It’s the better way to get a good, clean shave – engineered by co-founders Jeff Raider and Andy Katz-Mayfield. 64 MacDougal St., New YorkNY 
Vosges: Go for its couture chocolates with a well-travelled sensibility. It’s the way founder Katrina Markoff transports the senses, each chocolate a vehicle of decadent discovery. 132 Spring St, New York, NY 

Brit + Co.:Go for projects that make your holi-DIY. It’s the way founder Brit Morin empowers your inner creative through kits filled with the inspiration and the materials to make merry. 550 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA
Sugarfina:Go for couture confections. It’s the L.A. way founders Rosie O’Neill and Josh Resnick have turned their sweet obsession into an out-of-the box collection of gourmet candies from around the world. 10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 

Malin + Goetz: Go for foolproof skincare with fuss-free aesthetics. It’s the NYC way Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz’ family-owned apothecary creates all-natural skincare solutions – that work.177 7th Ave, New York, NY
Brooklyn Slate: Go for slate boards for sharp table settings. It’s the Brooklyn way Sean Tice and Kristy Hadeka have turned the family quarry business into a modern heirloom. 305 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY