Naughty, nice, or not sure? Skip the lump of coal and go full-on 412 with some of our favorite Pittsburgh-themed gift ideas.
Two words: Sinkhole Bus. Yep. It’s the year of the celebrity sinkhole and Pittsburghers and Pittsburgh expats alike will be delighted to don the sinkhole bus on a stylish tee. Visit (who else?) Inclined Designs, where the sophisticated Yinzer can find kitchen, home and clothing items.
All we can say is, you’ve never seen black and gold look more refined than on their Pittsburgh Burgh Bits tea towel. It’s artfully appliqued with perogies, parking chairs and more. Your favorite Jagoff is going to love it.
Stitchburgh Boutique has all your steel city Santa needs covered! Pick up modern cross stitch goods featuring the best of Pittsburghese — phrases like Yinz, PGH and 412 — stitched, framed and ready to grace a wall in PA or far away.
Then stick around Stitchburgh’s booth to browse inspiring, hand-stitched words of wisdom, like “What Would Leslie Knope Do?” and “Don’t Apologize.” It’s easy to support a local maker when the items are this irresistible!
Love Pittsburgh? Love the easy day trips, including nearby Ligonier, named one of the “Most Charming Small Towns Across America?” You too can turn on the charm with 15658, a classic red nail polish named in honor of the coveted Ligonier zip code.
Don’t stop with the perfect red manicure. Keep it Clean Naturals is bringing their entire line of nail polishes, cosmetics, hand sanitizers, milk scrubs and more made from non-toxic, eco-friendly and vegan ingredients.
That’s enough with the charm. Pittsburgh-based Mod Evil, self-described “hags, haters and fashionable recluses” specialize in witchraft and metalcraft. Check out their collection of rings featuring our own “cityscape materials like concrete, steel and road salt. This collection is the pearl that’s been growing … from living in this sandy, gritty rust belt town.”
Roam the streets of Pittsburgh after dark in your Draculalala nail ring. Or, get ready to celebrate (or scorn) Valentine’s Day with an assortment of heart-shaped rings with messages that are anything but sweet.
According to a recent survey, Pittsburghers eat 11 times more pierogis than any other city in the nation! That is some Pittsburgh pierogi spirit! The doughy goodness inspired Pittsburgh’s own Array Of Happiness to roll and pinch pounds of clay to make sweet little Pittsburgh pierogi pal ornaments for your holiday tree.
Browse baby pierogis and Santas, or get ready for game day with black and gold pierogi pals. You may also find a friendly French fry or smiling sunny-side up egg ornament to make spirits bright.