Store Pickup

Little Leaf

We are now offering store pickup! Here's how it works:

Place your order online, and pick it up at our shop at 1401 S St. NW in 2-3 days (or less) when your order is ready. 

After placing your order, please wait until you receive an email stating that your purchase is ready for pickup before coming to the shop. 

When you arrive, give us a call at 202-506-2131 and a member of our team can bring your order out or you're also welcome to come in the shop!


1401 S St. NW | Washington, DC 20009


Monday - Sunday | 12pm - 6pm


How does pickup work?

We’re doing everything we can to minimize contact and keep our team and customers safe. You may either come in the shop or if you feel uncomfortable, please give us a ring and we'd be happy to run the order out to you! Make sure you have your order number and name ready. Masks are required to enter the shop.

We’ll have plenty of hand sanitizer available to keep things germ free! 

I placed an order online. When will it be ready for pickup?

We’re working hard to get your orders ready as quickly as possible! In most cases this will take 2-3 business days. You’ll receive an email as soon as your order is ready for pickup. We kindly ask you pick up your order within 5 days due to limited storage space in our shop.

Why does it take this long?

Most of our products now live over at our warehouse in Northeast DC. Our team is working there safely behind the scenes to pack and prepare all orders. As soon as they are ready, we are bringing your orders across town to our 14th Street shop. We appreciate your patience! 

Can I swing by the shop + buy things in person?

Yes! We're allowing 4 customers in at a time, masks are required. 

If I want to add something to my order when I get to the shop, can I do that? 

Absolutely! Come on in and we'd be happy to help you pick something out.

What are you doing to keep your team safe?

We are fortunate to have a spacious warehouse to work from and keep your shipments flowing. We are following all CDC and local DC government guidelines, including working in small teams in staggered shifts to minimize our staff's risk, increased sanitization, and wearing masks.