In case you’re not already a tote bag hoarder like me, here are five fun Pittsburgh sacks to take to the grocery store, now that the city officially instituted its plastic bag ban.
This Commonwealth Press tote plays on the classic “Thank You” grocery bag. It’s a clever way to reduce, reuse, recycle, n’at. Buy it online or find it at the shop in Mount Lebanon. 💵 $10
From the Monongahela Incline to Kennywood, Wildcard’s 10-year anniversary, hand-drawn tote has all the best Pittsburgh icons. Find it at the stationary and gift shop in Lawrenceville. 💵 $14
Stock up on soup and throw it in this pop art bag with Andy Warhol’s design. Find it at the Warhol Museum. 💵 $14.99
- Wondering what inspired Warhol’s soup-er art? People didn’t always love this design. In fact, the reception to his painting was ... lukewarm. [City Cast Pittsburgh 🎧]
This colorful canvas tote from the Heinz History Center features the king of good vibes, our favorite neighbor Mister Rogers. 💵 $14.95
Support the mission of Tree Pittsburgh and buy this tote from their online shop, featuring the three rivers tree logo and gardening designs. Plus, it’s totally recycled cotton! 💵 $20