Continue your expedition of the South Side down East Carson Street to the newly developed South Side Works, where you'll find an entertainment center that includes a theatre and an intriguing collection of great shops and restaurants. If you need a refreshment while shopping, under the category of "loved by South Side locals," you've got The Pretzel Shop and the Beehive Coffeehouse. The Pretzel Shop, which has been making pretzels at the same location since 1927, sells about 3,000 pretzels and pretzel sandwiches daily.
1703 E. Carson St.
Dave Matthews may have visited The Bead Mine, but the best reason to visit is all of the fabulous jewelry and amazing beads. All kinds of jewelry-making supplies and classes, too.
1210 E. Carson St.
Music lovers love mining for music at Dave's Music Mine, an independent music store that sells new and used music and movies.
1309 E. Carson St.
Carries a large selection of paperback and hardcover books on every subject.
1511 E. Carson St.
Pittsburgh's home for organic household products, all natural clothing and accessories. You'll find purses made out of pop can tabs, drinking glasses made out of wine bottles and end tables made out of old street signs and more.
2338 Sarah St.
Do it all at Fireborn Studios. Visit its gallery where it sells pottery, glass and other fine crafts or take a pottery class!
1304 E. Carson St.
Groovy has a huge selection of collectibles and pop culture memorabilia from the 1950s to the 1990s.
2220 E. Carson St.
2222 E. Carson St.
Showcases more than 40 of the finest jean brands in the world.
1 E. Station Square Dr.
Station Square's 52-acre riverfront complex thrives with over 1.2 miles of the city's most unique dining, entertainment and boutique shopping. It is one of Pittsburgh's premiere destinations to dine, unwind, shop and play.
E. Carson between 26th and Hot Metal Streets.
The new SouthSide Works is a great complement to the neighborhood with its excellent shopping, eateries and cinema that sits alongside a Town Square. You'll find shops ranging from locally-owned boutiques to Madison Avenue retailers.