PHILADELPHIA - The East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID) in South Philadelphia is preparing for the highly anticipated Small Business Saturday on November 25th.  With a remarkable line-up of over 160 independent businesses, shoppers can expect an exceptional experience with exclusive sales, special promotions, and discounted deals throughout the day.

This year's Small Business Saturday on East Passyunk Avenue is an incredible event with numerous highlights and attractions. For instance, A Novel Idea, an independent bookstore, will offer mystery gift-wrapped reads, discounted titles, and exciting prize raffles. Meanwhile, August Moon Co., a clothing boutique, has committed to surprise shoppers with apparel promotions and donating some of their proceeds to local charities. Birds of Prey will also entice customers with discounts on permanent makeup and skincare products.

Other participating establishments include Frame Fatale, where customers who spend over $100 will receive a sweet treat from a chocolate assortment, and Good Buy Supply. This local favorite will be celebrating its third anniversary with exclusive holiday sales. Ismael's Boutique will also join the festivities, offering discounts on their winter arrivals and clearance items.

In addition to these fantastic deals, Small Business Saturday on East Passyunk Avenue will also feature unique activities and offerings. For example, Manatawny Still Works will host a pop-up event with local artists and drink specials. At the same time, Mockingbird Salon is excited to give customers a 20% discount on any full-size product.

Occasionette, a gift shop, will hold its biggest sale ever with progressive discounts and free tote bags to entice shoppers further. Families with young children won't want to miss out on Tildie's Toy Box and Tiny Tildie's, which will provide double Play Pass rewards and conduct exciting giveaways.

Rebecca O'Leary, the Executive Director of EPABID, stresses the importance of supporting small businesses, especially during the upcoming busy season. She believes Small Business Saturday is an excellent opportunity for the East Passyunk Avenue community to unite and celebrate the vibrant local economy. O'Leary further emphasizes that East Passyunk Avenue continues to thrive, with the recent addition of seven new businesses since October 2022.

Those seeking more information and a complete list of businesses on East Passyunk Avenue can visit the official EPABID website at or follow EPABID on social media for the latest updates and features on the event.


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