The buzz: With a name which stands for “Provisions”, this is sneaker store Leftfoot’s sister boutique, stocking mostly women’s footwear and accessories.

The vibe: In a word, the shoe shop is decadent—right from the start. A green wooden tunnel lined with old-fashioned tins, bottles and boxes (if you’re wondering, they’re not for sale) frames the atypical entrance. Inside, the look is eclectic and reminiscent of a 1950s European grocery shop, replete with vintage-inspired shelving, cabinets, fans and weighing scales. 

The goods: Established and much-sought-after labels like Jeffrey Campbell (from $169), G.H. Bass (from $169), Nike (think gladiator sandals and platform sneaks, from $129) and Minnetonka ($89 upwards) will win over footwear fetishists as much as upcoming and lesser-known brands like Mono & me (from $16.90). 

Why you’ll be back: OK, so this isn’t the only place to get your Jeffrey Campbells, but it carries an extensive, if not the widest, selection here. Plus, there’s the dramatic décor and an excellent mix of styles, be it quirky loafers, chic yet comfy moccasins, and fashion-forward stilettos, to draw you in time and time again.