Something really neat just opened in Historic Uptown. The stretch along Dr. MLK Jr. Street North is currently home to the popular MIZE Gallery, is the future home of Uptown Eats from Dan Schmidt, and features Nova535, Barkett Realty, and Gypsy Soul Coffee Roasters. It’s an area in renaissance that will also soon have its own massive park courtesy of efforts from Gina Driscoll and John Barkett. Its most recent addition is Neat Neat Neat, a boutique featuring greeting cards, sensational candles, old school toys, decor, St. Pete merch and more. It’s all the idea of Reneata Griffin.
Neat Neat Neat’s name is partially inspired by the song of the same name by The Damned. It’s also a play on the owner’s name, and refers to the waxing and facial services offered by appointment.
A facial/waxing studio in the back, a boutique in the front
Neat Neat Neat opened its doors about a month ago, and is a welcome addition to the eclectic sprawl in the MLK business district. It’s the Punk Rock Rose Apothecary we never knew we needed. If you’re looking for thank you gifts, or crafting a house warming basket or a birthday surprise, this shop will be your new go-to. The shop is also the perfect spot to spoil yourself.
Reneata Griffin moved from Colorado to St. Pete several years ago and wanted to bring this style of boutique to the Sunshine City. Here you will also find plenty of Chad Mize-inspired cups and tees.
What makes this boutique exceptional, aside from the found Florida furniture and edgy art, is the playlist. On a hot summer afternoon, the fast paced tunes inside provide a very necessary form resuscitation.
The store is replete with local and Florida products
Griffin offers waxing and facial services at Neat Neat Neat too. Brow and lash tinting, facial LED light treatments, lux peels and more services are available. You can see a full rundown, along with prices on Neat Neat Neat’s Instagram.
Neat Neat Neat is open from 11am-6pm Thursday-Saturday, Sunday from 11am-2pm, and Monday from 4-7pm.
Neat Neat Neat, 689 Dr. MLK Jr. Street North