Shopper & Diner Report: Shop local and avoid getting pepper sprayed

If you have recovered from camping out overnight at Best Buy or are wary of getting pepper sprayed by Black Friday bargain hunters, neighborhood merchants across the Eastside are offering holiday deals and discounts without the hassles of shopping at big box or chain stores this weekend.  On Saturday, for example, more than a dozen Eagle Rock merchants will be hosting the first-ever Eagle Rock Boulevard Block Party, with sales on jewelry, apparel, shoes and books.  There are numerous other individual stores and restaurants also offering Black Friday and holiday weekend specials. Click on the link below for the list.

Eagle Rock

  • Lady: 20% off entire store; ring giveaway w/purchase; treats + champagne.
  • Leanna Lin’s Wonderland: Spicy Brown + Tookata People trunk show; Drinks + Treats; free logo Baggu per $75 or more purchase.
  • Letters from LA:  15% off clothing and shoes; free nail wrap application by owner/designer of NCLA nail couture; trunk show with Highland Park designer Popomomo and San Francisco crystal jewelry designer Voce Keen.
  • MediaNoche :15% off everything in the store. Trunk shows with Highland Park handbag designer Kim White and Eagle Rock jewelry designer Viola Living Jewels.
  • Owl Talk : 25% off clothing & select accessories / drinks
  • Read Books: 10% off entire store.

Cypress Park

  • Maintain: Black Friday 20%-off sale on all shoes, apparel & accessories. Maintain brand t-shirts 2 for $30.

Echo Park

Silver Lake

  • Eileen: Mention the Eastsider and receive $10 leggings when you purchase a dress $24 – $39.  Wine and snacks all weekend.
  • The Runway Outlet:  Save up to 80% off regular retail prices on Black Friday from local designers (such as Pleasure Doing Business, Leyendeckerand Odylyne) along with many items at $25 each or 5 for $100. Serving up champagne and cupcakes.


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