You’ve always had our support, now we need yours!

During this time of uncertainty, it’s important that the Birmingham community rallies together to support our local businesses and entrepreneurs. Below are various ways you can support our Pepper Place retailers. Please note that we ask that you follow our state and city’s ordinances when you’re down at The Place. This includes keeping a 6-foot distance from others and covering your face while in a public setting.


Billy Reid: As of Wednesday, May 6, this American luxury brand has re-opened their Pepper Place storefront. They will be open every day from 11am to 6pm with private appointments available. The health and safety of their employees, customers and community remains to be their highest priority. Therefore, they will be limiting the number of people in the store and adhering to all local health requirements, including requiring their employees to wear protective masks at all times. Private shopping appointments can be booked by phone at 205.588.4533 or over email.

In addition, you can always shop online. Their Spring collection recently dropped as did their Spring Pop-Up, which, for the first time ever, offers up to 70% off online.

The Collective: In adherence with Governor Ivey’s Safer at Home mandate, our resident hair and make-up experts have temporarily closed shop to ensure the safety of their clients and staff. If you find yourself out of your favorite Oribe or Davine’s product you can email to place an order. Simply share your contact info and the product you need, and they will be in contact about pick-up and delivery options!

Design Supply: As of Friday, May 1, this shop, known for their ever-chic arts & objects, furnishings, antiques and interiors, has reopened! You can now visit Design Supply Shop and Cantley & Co every Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm or on Saturdays from 1-4pm. Please be prepared to follow the state and city’s health ordinances, including a 50% store capacity, social distancing and mandated face coverings.

FarmStand by Stone Hollow Farmstead: meeting the current needs of the community, FarmStand has partnered with local farms to offer a daily produce selection in addition to meats, dairy, grains and more. Shop their newly launched “Online FarmStand” and their team will deliver it or you can pick-it up curbside. If you want to shop in-store, their team can FaceTime you or you can make a private appointment!

Hop City: Pair your Pepper Place take-out with beer and wine from Hop City. They are currently offering curbside pick-up only on Monday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm and on Sundays from noon to 6pm. Simply call 205-279-2337 and they will have your order ready before you arrive. If you find yourself missing your favorite draft beer, you can even get a growler filled  as a to-go purchase.

LillieKat Rugs: Offering hand-woven rugs from around the world, LillieKat Rugs are available online or in-store by appointment only. You can also find some of LillieKat’s inventory on display at Design Supply Shop.

Morgan Murphy’s Bacon: This salt-cured masterpiece of crisp and chewy bacon is available online and will ship straight to your doorstep. There’s complimentary shipping for orders of $80 or more.

Richard Tubb Interiors: Richard Tubb Interiors re-opened its doors on Tuesday, May 5! They have resumed their normal weekday hours of Tuesday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm. Their new Saturday hours are 1 to 4pm. Please be prepared to follow the state and city’s health regulations, including face coverings and reduced store capacity.

Yellowhammer Print Shop: Known for custom designed and screen-printed goods, their print shop may be closed but the online shop is open 24/7. If you have the means available to you, treat yourself to a shirt to represent your local pride or get a little gift for a loved one. We personally recommend their Local Series, which supports local BHM businesses with collaborative t-shirts. The line-up changes each week and 50% of the proceeds go back to the business!


Aero Joe Pilates:  In compliance with the Safer at Home ordinance, this Pilates & Aerial Yoga studio has temporarily closed its doors. If you find yourself getting antsy at home, we recommend dropping in to one of their virtual classes. It’s confirmed that they can still kick our butts at home while removing any quarantine jitters.

Ignite Cycle: While the bike room is temporarily closed in compliance with Governor Ivey’s Safer at Home ordinance, Ignite Cycle is still finding ways to connect with you virtually. Follow along on social media as they host everything from yoga classes to dance parties.