Spend Shaw Main Streets' Money on Small Business Saturday in Shaw, 11/27/21!
The Holiday Season Starts on Shaw Business Saturday, November 27, 2021!
Come celebrate the national Small Business Saturday event and Shop Small in Shaw!
Pick up free Shaw swag, including pens, magnets and recyclable shopping bags!
Enjoy free hot apple cider and gingerbread cookies!
Visit the Shaw Art Market at 625 T Street, NW (across from the Howard Theatre), from 11 AM-5 PM!
Spend Shaw Main Streets’ Money!
Visit the Shaw Main Streets tent at City Market at O (east side of 1400 block of 8th Street, NW) and Shaw Art Market at 625 T Street, NW (across from the Howard Theatre) from 11 AM-3 PM on 11/27/21 and pick up $20 in “Shawbucks” to use at participating Shaw Main Streets businesses just like cash! These $5 bills will be deducted from the cost of your purchase. Shawbucks available while supplies last. No minimum purchase required. Valid 11/27/21 only.
Participating businesses are:
Cheryl Lofton & Associates, 719 T Street, NW
District Cryo, 1300 9th Street, NW
Grand Cata Latin Wine Shop, 1550 7th Street, NW
Ivy and Coney, 1537 7th Street, NW
La Jambe, 1550 7th Street, NW
Lee's Flower & Card Shop, 1026 U Street, NW
Lettie Gooch Boutique, 2128 8th Street, NW
Modern Liquors, 1200 9th Street, NW
A New Image by Acia & Hair Loss Rejuvenation Clinic, 705 Florida Avenue, NW
Roasted Boon Co., 1018 Rhode Island Avenue, NW
San Lorenzo Ristorante & Bar, 1316 9th Street, NW
Seylou Bakery & Mill, 926 N Street, NW
Shaw's Tavern, 520 Florida Avenue, NW
Stop Smack'n Restaurant & Lounge, 1839 7th Street, NW
TG Cigars, 1120 9th Street, NW
Touchstone Gallery, 901 New York Avenue, NW
Wanda's on Seventh Salon & Spa, 1851 7th Street, NW
Yoga Heights, 905 U Street, NW.
Visit and follow @shawmainstreets on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates!
Shaw Business Saturday is presented by Shaw Main Streets and sponsored by DC Main Streets, Pepco, Roadside Development, and theDepartment of Small and Local Business Development.
Shaw Main Streets is a designated DC Main Streets program and is funded in part by the Department of Small and Local Business Development, Muriel E. Bowser, Mayor.