Raleigh is home to some amazing women-owned businesses! Whether you’re shopping for a new outfit, a new plant, or a cup of coffee, you’ve got tons of options when it comes to supporting women. Check out these amazing women owned-businesses in the triangle!
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Are you an aspiring plant parent? The Zen Succulent is THE place to get all things green. Whether you’re looking for a new plant, new pot, water can, or plant related items (like stickers and cards) The Zen Succulent is our go to spot. Next time you visit, get your hands dirty and check out their DIY terrarium bar, no reservations required!
Triangle Pop-Up shop in downtown Raleigh is here to stay! With its fresh coat of paint and new name, Curate is still the best place to find all your fave local makers. From jewelry to scrunchies to plants to macarons to skincare, Curate is your one stop shop for all things made in Raleigh.
A Place At The Table Cafe is about much more then serving up tasty breakfast and lunch. It’s all about community and providing good food regardless of means. What does this mean for customers? The resto has multiple ways for you to pay: pay the suggested price, pay at least $3, pay using a token from community partners, or pay by volunteering. Our fave menu item? The cinnamon roll– one bite and we promise you’ll be hooked!
Get your blood pumping with Ritual Raleigh! This boutique fitness club is all about intense beat-driven workouts while staying a place of acceptance, inclusion, and positivity. Whether it’s your first time cycling or you’re a pro, we guarantee you’ll enjoy your time at Ritual. All you need is a water, cycling shoes (if you own a pair), and to be ready to ride!
This isn’t your typical boutique. The Flourish Market carries over 200 brands all dedicated to driving positive social change. The Flourish Market believes in using your purchasing power for good and for support change and change makers creating sustainable impacts! Perfect for both finding unique gifts and for treating yourself, The Flourish Market is all about living a meaningful and joy filled life!
Looking for locally made jewelry? Check out bofémme, one of our fave local makers! A unique combination of boho and feminine, bofémme jewelry is perfect for any jewelry wearer from those who like it bold to those looking for something dainty. Her website is very user friendly and her orders ship out super quick! Plus her jewelry was made for layering. Each piece is handmade and truly one of a kind.
Like the name implies, Short Walk Wines is your around the corner wine shop. Whether you need to grab a bottle of wine for dinner, a case for stocking up (no judging), or a glass to unwind after work, Short Walk Wines has it all. We love the section on their website titled “What Pairs with ?” perfect for figuring out what wine to pair with your meal! With a selection of unique and worldly wines, there’s something for everyone and if you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, Short Walk Wines will do their best to find it for you!
Tucked away in the Royal Bakery Shopping Center, across the street from Meredith College, is this adorable coffee shop and market. In addition to serving up delicious drinks and tasty treats, Lucky Tree features over 50 local artists items and artwork! Their treats are made of whole ingredients and are completely wheat free. So vegans, this is the spot for you! Our go to order is an iced honey latte and a vegan chocolate chip muffin, trust us one bite and you’ll forget it’s vegan!