Metropolis Coffee Company, Chicago
This family-run business prepares all of its beans at a nearby roasterie, which is outfitted with manual roasting machines from the thirties and forties.
1039 W. Granville Ave.
CB I Hate Perfume, Brooklyn
With notes of leather book bindings and worn cloth, this perfumer's handcrafted fragrances evoke all the trappings of artisanal life.
93 Wythe Ave., 718-384-6890
This sprawling store showcases Brooklyn-designed, Brooklyn-built furniture, including pieces made from scrap wood and repurposed stone.
103A N. 3rd St., 718-218-8666
Cacao Atlanta, Atlanta
Taking a bean-to-bar approach to sweets, this chocolate-maker winnows and grinds its raw cocoa in-house, then mixes it with locally sourced fruits and nuts.
312C N. Highland Ave., 404-221-9090
Dai Due, Austin
The folks behind this nomadic butcher shop/supper club peddle homemade sausages at farmer's markets and roast whole hogs at fêtes held at local farms.
Esquivel, Los Angeles
Working with materials ranging from Norwegian calf leather to stingray skin, seasoned cobblers create custom shoes that start at $4,000.
8309 W. 3rd St., 714-670-2200
The Stronghold, Los Angeles
Founded in 1895, this recently revived workwear brand sells only domestically made selvage denim.
1625 Abbott Kinney Blvd., 310-399-7200
Vanilla Bicycles, Portland
Master fabricators build each bike from scratch according to customers' measurements, meaning no two are alike—but all will run you over $7,000, and the waiting list can take two years.
1711 SE Powell Blvd., 503-233-2453
New Deal Distillery, Portland
Using water from the melted snow of nearby Mt. Hood, these vodka obsessives individually blend and taste-test each batch of spirits they make.
1311 SE 9th Ave., 503-234-2513