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Allegro - Urban Walls

Urban Walls, by Barron Krody, was one of the largest and most extensive public art projects undertaken in Cincinnati, was conceived and organized by Carl Solway and Jack Boulton. Ten Cincinnati artists and designers were invited to created monumental paintings to mask the scars left by urban renewal in the late 1960's. The visual impact of these walls added a sense of place and spirit to the declining center of the city. The project was managed by Solway's art gallery and funded through private and government sources. The only surviving wall painting is Allegro by Krody, from 1971. Kroduy's award-winning graphic design was used on the poster to announce the "Urban Walls: Cincinnati" project. Streetcar Stop: #17 Aronoff Center

Ezzard Charles: The Cincinnati Cobra

Ezzard Charles, known as the “Cincinnati Cobra”, was a two-time World Heavyweight Champion, jazz musician and widely respected citizen of Cincinnati. Born in Georgia in 1921, Charles came to Cincinnati at the age of nine to live with his grandmother and great-grandmother in the West End. He began boxing as a teenager and quickly ascended the world of prize fighting, culminating with a heavyweight title against Jersey Joe Walcott in 1949, followed by an undisputed title over the legendary Joe Louis in 1950. He largely avoided the limelight of his profession, and worked quietly all his life to promote education and community responsibility. He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1990. This mural, completed in August 2015, marks ArtWorks’ 100th mural completed since the program launch in 2007. Designer: Jason Snell Project Manager: Nathan Weikert Streetcar Stop: #13 Liberty and Race

The Hands that Built Our City

This colorful mural, which highlights the hands of the workers featured in the famous Union Terminal mosaic murals by Winold Reiss, and was painted to mimic the look of real tile. The addition of new hands, those of two convention center employees and one ArtWorks youth Apprentice, nod to Cincinnati's vibrant future. ArtWorks mural by Jenny Ustick, 2013 Streetcar Stop #11: Brewery District


$1 Parking Downtown Cincinnati: Keep an eye out for the $1 parking signs all around downtown. The signs direct you to the Garfield Garage at 13 West 9th Street and to Fountain Square South Garage under The Westin at 416 Vine Street where parking up to 59 minutes is $1.

107 Shillito Place

Once a department store, this 35,000 sq. ft. building features 18 loft apartments with hardwood floors, fireplaces, high ceilings and a rooftop viewing deck. Streetcar Stop #17: Aronoff Center

114 W. Court St. Parking

1215 Wine Bar & Coffee Lab

Breakfast, lunch, coffee and drinks. Streetcar Stop: #7 12th & Vine

128 W. 14th Street

Beautifully renovated three-floor townhouse with fully equipped kitchen, two baths. Located on W. 14th Street directly across from Washington Park and Music Hall. Lease: 12 months or longer, $1,250 per month. Call Patty Williams at Robinson Sotheby's International Realty. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

1305 Gallery

Open for Final Friday Gallery Walk. Works by local artists. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

1320 Clay

Owned by artist/toy sculptor Dennis Eisen, these apartments offer a private courtyard, hardwood floors, spiral staircases, stainless steel countertops and more.

13th Street Alley - A Taste of Philly

Lunch and Dinner, serving classic east-coast, Philadelphia cousine

16 W Central Parking

Monthly parking available. The current rate is $80. Please contact Stephen Douglas at (513) 846-7705 for details. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

18 West Third Street Garage

Daily rates: 1hr $4.00 2hrs $8.00 3-12hrs $12 12-24hrs $18.00 Overnight parking and monthly parking also available.

211 West Ninth Street

Five updated units, each two levels. Streetcar Stop #14: Washington Park

219 Court Lot

Standard Mon - Fri 0 - 30 Min $3.00 Mon - Fri 30 Min - 1 Hr $5.00 Mon - Fri Every additional hour $2.00 Weekend Sat - Sun 0 - 1 Hr $3.00 Sat - Sun 1 - 2 Hrs $5.00 Sat - Sun 2+ Hrs (Out by midnight) $10.00

21c Museum Hotel

This new downtown luxury hotel and world class art museum located within walking distance of the Aronoff Center for the Arts, Fountain Square, Contemporary Arts Center and numerous dining and entertainment attractions. Hotel also features the Metropole restaurant and bar with its wood-burning fireplace, plus 8,000 square feet of gallery / event space. Upscale amenities include a spa and rooftop bar. Valet parking. Streetcar Stop: #17 Aronoff Center

225 West Ninth St.

Built in 1889, this 3-story, brick building offers a total of 8 apartment units, each with 1 bedroom.

250 E. Fifth St. Garage

Streetcar Stop #2: 4th & Main

3 Sweet Girls Cakery

Retail bakery specializing in cupcakes, cake pops, cookies, cupcake cakes and specialty cakes for events such as weddings, showers, gender reveal cakes and birthdays. They also offer gluten-free baked treats. They offer delivery throughout the Greater Cincinnati areas, with delivery in downtown and to local colleges and hospitals Monday through Saturday. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

303 Broadway Garage

Streetcar Stop #2: 4th & Main

305 Lot

Standard Mon - Sun 0 - 1 Hr $3.00 Mon - Sun 1 - 2 Hrs $5.00 Mon - Sun 3 - 4 Hrs $6.00 Mon - Sun 4 - 6 Hrs $10.00 Mon - Sun 6 - 12 Hrs $12.00 Mon - Sun 12 - 24 Hrs $15.00

309 Vine Parking

Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

312 Elm Garage

Parking garage by Premier Parking. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

318 East 8th Garage

Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

321 Race Street Garage

Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

325 West Fifth Street Apartments

Seven units, each with hardwood floors, 1 1/2 bath, exposed brick and wood beams, high ceilings, high end fixtures and a open floor plan with lots of natural light. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

326 E 8th St Lot

Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

333 W. 7th St. Garage

Streetcar Stop #17: Aronoff Center

340 West Fourth Street

Feast your eyes on this magnificent, historic building! Sinton Flats features newly updated kitchens, 14 ft. ceilings, hardwood floors and beautiful marble fireplaces. Conveniently located on West 4th Street in Downtown Cincinnati, this property is only a 5-minute walk to local bars and restaurants, the Duke Energy Convention Center, Paul Brown Stadium and Fountain Square. Just a 10 minute walk to all the excitement and entertainment at “The Banks” and the Great American Ball Park. Enjoy fast and easy access to both I-75 and I-71. This building features 1 bedroom apartments with dens and has 12 units. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

550 East Fourth

Luxurious spaces just across from Lytle Park. Downtown living in units ranging from 1,300 to 3,000 square feet. 24-hour concierge service, fitness center, complimentary laundry, and extra storage. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th & Main

580 Walnut Garage

Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

5th Street Gallery

The 5th Street Gallery is a collaborative of Cincinnati-area artists presenting fine art glass, paintings, mixed media, clay & porcelain and sculpture. Established in May 2005, the gallery recently relocated inside the Millennium Hotel. As a co-operative group, the artists work at the gallery and contribute their talents in many fields to develop the gallery as a an outstanding art destination. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

701 Vine St. Lot

Streetcar Stop #17: Aronoff Center

830 Main Lot

Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main Standard Mon - Fri 0 - 15 Min $2.00 Mon - Fri 15 - 30 Min $3.50 Mon - Fri 30 Min - 1 Hr $7.50 Mon - Fri 1+ Hrs $11.50 Evening Mon - Fri 0 - 30 Min (In after 5:00 PM) $2.00 Mon - Fri 30+ Mins (In after 5:00 PM. Out by 8:00 AM) $5.00 Weekend Sat - Sun 0 - 30 Min $2.00 Sat - Sun 30+ Mins $5.00

84.51 Centre Parking

Park at the 84.51 Centre at Fifth and Race Streets.

8th & Sycamore Garage

A & D Parkhaus Garage

Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

AAA Travel

Travel agency planning tours and cruises. Also available: Trip-Tiks for AAA members; American Express Travelers Cheques, airline reservations, car rentals, hotel reservations, instant passport photos. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

AAA Yellow Cab

Taxi service for the Cincinnati area and the airport. Amex, Visa, MC accepted.

Abby Girl Sweets Cupcakery

Family-run cupcake shop, owned and operated by a husband and wife team and named for daughter Abby, chief taste tester.

Abigail Street

Modern, Mediterranean cuisine and wine bar. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

ABM Parking at 222 W. Eighth St.

Abraham Lincoln

By George Grey Bernard, 1917 Nationally renowned artist George Grey Barnard took nearly five years to complete the 11-foot sculpture. When it was unveiled, the public sharply criticized his interpretation of Lincoln, with its oversized hands and feet and gaunt, beardless face. Today the work is considered to be one of the most eloquent representations of the humanity of the 16th U.S. President. The sculpture and the Federal style home at the end of Lytle Park, now The Taft Museum, were gifts to the people of Cincinnati by Anna Sinton Taft and Charles Phelps Taft. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

AC Hotel at The Banks

Now open! AC Hotel at The Banks features 171 modern guest rooms and suites (many with balconies), locally inspired art, intuitive service, rooftop bar and event space, complimentary Wi-Fi, state of the art fitness center, and meeting space. The hotel bar, AC Lounge serves mixed drinks, local beer and tapas. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks


Commissioned by 5/3 Bank to mask a garage facade, Julian Stanczak first major three-dimensional work consists of 522 aluminum bars painted in meticulously planned color combinations. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Aggravation de l'Espace

By Jean Boutellis, 1980 Painted bright red, this abstract sculpture is poised on three appendages, and is geometric and minimal in its style. A gift to the city by the artist, it once stood at the steps to City Hall. Ironically, it became, like its name implies, an aggravation for pedestrians and was moved to a more appropriate location on Central Parkway. The sculpture now stands as a beacon to direct traffic around the bend and along the axis of Central Parkway. Streetcar Stop #5: JACK Casino station, Court & Main

Akash India

Indian cuisine with a daily lunch buffet. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Al-Amir Cafe

Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine.

Alabama Fish Bar

Carry-out fried fish and chips. Streetcar Stop #13: Liberty & Race

Aladdin's Eatery + Lounge OTR

Serving healthy and flavorful Lebanese-American foods, including a wide variety of meals for every palate, with over 40 vegetarian dishes, 30 vegan dishes, 40 gluten-free dishes and 40 meat and chicken dishes (antibiotic-free). Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange station, 12th & Main

Algin Lofts

Historic District loft apartments at 802 Main and 206 E. Eighth. 1-3 bedrooms available. Located within walking distance to Aronoff Center, popular bars and restaurants. Buildings built in 1875 and feature historic charm with modern amenities. Bright, clean, and spacious. Full-time maintenance staff. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Algin Office Equipment

Seven floors of new and used office furniture and discounted office supplies. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Algin Retro

Retro furniture. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Allez Bakery

Allez Bakery offers carefully prepared sourdough and other baked breads and sandwiches wrapped to go, or delivered through 53T's bicycle courier service. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Alo Yoga

Yoga wear and accessories boutique

Amelia Valerio Weinberg Memorial Fountain

A stack of enormous books with a central cascade of water marks the library's Vine Street entrance and is a reminder that knowledge flows from the printed word. Although the book covers appear leatherbound, Frasca fabricated them from fired clay placed over a concrete core. Amelia Valerio Weinberg left a bequest in 1982 to create a library fountain. Michael Frasca, 1988 Main Library 800 Vine Street Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

American Building

Art Deco condo penthouses with incredible rooftop garden, fitness center and party room, all included. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

American Classical Music Walk of Fame

The Walk of Fame is a groundbreaking project that combines classical music, arts education, urban redevelopment, a public park, cutting-edge technology, and a dancing fountain. Located right outside the steps of Cincinnati's famed Music Hall, the Walk of Fame is the only project of its kind in the world and promises to become a tourist destination for the region. Streetcar Stop #14: Washington Park

American Legacy Tours

Enjoy a stroll through the Gateway District, home to America's largest set of historical landmarks. Visit buildings that were home to over 130 saloons, bars and beer gardens, and theaters that hosted iconic entertainers Charlie Chaplin and Wild Bill Hickok. Descend below the city streets to a hidden burial vault and explore newly discovered tunnels vital to Cincinnati's brewery heritage.

Americano Burger Bar

Features a menu of 10 burgers made with the freshest ingredients around, as well as iconic American favorites including onion rings, brats and milkshakes, which can be made with or without alcohol, as well as soups and salads at lunch. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Another Part of the Forest

Buys and sells vinyls, comics, pulp fiction and DVD rental. Open for Final Friday Gallery Walk. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Antique Mulberry Building

Newly renovated, five units, one and two-bedroom apartments

Appearance Plus Cleaners

Pick up, delivery, carpet cleaning and more. Same day drycleaning if in by 9am M-F. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks


Ohio's Largest Pens Shop, with pens of all prices from around the world, and expert assistance. Gifts include Rookwood art tiles, fine leather cases and wallets, and a wide variety of specially selected gift items. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Areti's Gyros

A Greek-owned restaurant that offers an expanded selection of Greek dishes including gyros, moussaka, spanakopita, and desserts.


Astronaut Neil Armstrong is the subject of this mural located on Fifth Third Bank Headquarters, in the heart of Cincinnati’s Central Business District. The work of art was created by world-famous Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra, who completed this after wrapping up a massive mural in Rio for the 2016 Olympics. Kobra has also completed projects all over the world depicting subjects like Abraham Lincoln, Tupac Shakur, Albert Einstein and Malala Yousafzai. This mural pays tribute to Armstrong, a Wapakoneta, Ohio native and at the time of its creation, was the largest project in ArtWorks’ 21-year history. Project Manager: Ryan Little Teaching Assistant: Francis Newberry

Arnold's Bar & Grill

Cincinnati's longest continuously operating bar and grill, dating back to 1861. Eclectic Mediterranean and traditional American cuisine. Year-round courtyard features music Tuesday to Saturday evenings.

Aronoff Center for The Arts

Home to performances by a variety of resident companies, including the Cincinnati Ballet, Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Cincinnati, among others, and houses the Procter & Gamble Hall, the Jarson-Kaplan Theater,the Fifth Third Bank Theater, the Weston Art Gallery, meeting and reception rooms and rehearsal space.

Art Academy of Cincinnati Galleries

Public galleries at the Art Academy, an independent college of art and design. Open for Final Friday Gallery Walk. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Art Beyond Boundaries

A visual art gallery showcasing the work of local artists with disabilities. Open for Final Friday Gallery Walk.


We have designed a store at Findlay Market to meet the needs of experienced and novice cooks, those who are new to the Market, as well as those who are regulars. We want to be your go-to place for cookware of all kinds. At Artichoke, you will find all the basics, along with unique and classic pieces not available elsewhere. Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm


tWorks is an award-winning non-profit organization that employs and trains local youth and talent to create art and community impact through three strategic programming areas: Public Art, including an extensive mural program; an art therapy division, ArtRx; and an entrepreneurial arm, Creative Enterprise. ArtWorks is the largest visual arts employer in the region. To date, ArtWorks has hired over 3,000 area youth, 2,000 professional local artists, and trained nearly 300 creative entrepreneurs. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Aster Social Sippery

Located on the third floor with 25-foot ceilings and wood rafters, this bar features craft cocktails and a rotating selection of high-end bar fare, as well as a brunch menu on Saturdays and Sundays. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square


Combining fresh, modern living spaces with active, urban offices and hip retail places, AT580 is the epicenter of business, nightlife and everything in between. This iconic Cincinnati building at the corner of 6th and Walnut is the hub of the business district, bringing new life and motion for everyone downtown. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

AT580 Market Gourmet

Located on the second floor of the AT580 building, is both a restaurant and convenience store, offering various breakfast and lunch items as well as need grocery and sundry items for downtown residents and workers. Its breakfast menu offers custom omelets, breakfast pizza, a breakfast burrito and a breakfast sandwich. The lunch menu includes pizzas, paninis, and many sandwich options. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Auntie Anne's

The Carew Tower Auntie Anne's serves its original pretzels, cinnamon pretzels, pretzel dogs, miniature pretzels, pepperoni pretzels and pepperoni nuggets as well as frozen and original lemonades. Auntie Anne's will deliver through services like Doordash and UberEats.


Beautifully restored 1,100 sf Victorian apartment – ideal for working from home. Ten-foot ceilings, bay windows, oak mantels, in-unit washer/dryer, excellent HVAC, large eat-in kitchen, gas range, mini blinds and carpet. One bedroom plus spare room for den or home office. Animals are not permitted. 203 East Eighth at Main Street, right on the Cincinnati Streetcar line. Rents range from $1,200 – 1,300, plus utilities.

AV Beauty Bar

Cincinnati's Style Destination: Offering a wide range of services, including blowouts, special-occasion hair styling, airbrush makeup, wardrobe styling, hair cutting, threading, and eyelash extensions. AV Beauty Bar is also known for being among the best in town for natural makeup application. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm


Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Avril-Bleh & Sons Meat Market

In business since 1894, offering 37 varieties of homemade sausage and smoked meats; plus beef, pork, veal, lamb and seafood. Streetcar Stop #5: JACK Casino station, Court & Main

B & A Street Kitchen

A breakfast and lunch concept developed by Jim and Norma Kerns, B & A's mission is to bring the Southern and Tex-Mex comfort food they grew up on to the neighborhood they now call home. Streetcar Stop #13: Liberty & Race

Babushka Pierogies

A late-night, walk-up window serving both vegetarian and meat pierogies. The pierogies sell for $7 for a serving of four. The window also sells Russian Caravan hot tea.

Back Rub Mary

10, 15, 20 and 30 minute back rubs. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Backstage Event Center

The Backstage Event Center in downtown Cincinnati is the perfect setting for cocktail style or seated dinners, business functions, and social events. The newly renovated, loft-style event space overlooks the city and features outdoor terrace seating and room for up to 150 guests . The experienced team of culinary professionals at Nicholson's Tavern & Pub will help you plan an event to remember. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Bagel Stop on E. 5th

Three downtown locations, serving breakfast and lunch on fresh bagels, assorted wraps or breads. Friendly service. Bagel Stop will cater breakfast and lunch meetings for small or large groups. Delivery available. Fax orders (513) 287-8667. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th & Main

Bagel Stop on Elm

Three downtown locations, serving breakfast and lunch on fresh bagels, assorted wraps or breads. Friendly service. Bagel Stop will cater breakfast and lunch meetings for small or large groups. Delivery available. Fax orders (513) 287-8657.

Bagel Stop on Walnut

Three downtown locations, serving breakfast and lunch on fresh bagels, assorted wraps or breads. Friendly service. Bagel Stop will cater lunch and breakfast meetings for small or large groups. Delivery available. Fax orders (513) 723-9444. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Bake's Place

Soups, salads, deli sandwiches, daily specials. Catering and delivery available. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square


Casual Mexican street food with a modern twist. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Ballroom at the Taft

Opened in March 2012 in the lower level of the Taft Theatre, the Ballroom is a showcase style club venue for live entertainment events of all types. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

BanaSun Smoothie Bar

BanaSun Fruit Bar serves up fresh, organic smoothies and organic frozen lemonades, as well as nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brü Bros. and plant-based baked goods from Chubby Bunny Bakery.

Bang & Olufsen

Bang & Olufsen has a long history of creating audio, video, telecommunication and home automation solutions tailor-made to its clients needs and requirements. This independent licensed dealer of Bang & Olufsen products offers individual customer care and attention backed by the prestige and brand recognition of a worldwide company. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Bangkok Express

Fast, fresh Thai food for the lunch crowd. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Banks Garage, The

Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Banz Studios

Banz Studios offers an exceptional selection of regional and national artwork in all mediums, including paintings, glass, metal, photography and sculpture. Banz Studio is also an event venue, offering stunning rooftop views of the Downtown Cincinnnati skyline.

Bar 901 at the Brittany

Local, gay-friendly, neighborhood bar that is welcoming for all!

Basil Leaf Pizza

Create your own delicious pizza that's magically prepared in just minutes at this fast casual dining option.

Batsakes Hat Shop

Located downtown for nearly a century, providing custom-made or off-the-rack hats to customers from Cincinnati and around the world. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Bauer Markt

A farm to table European kitchen, featuring a variety of small plates, such as German-style charcuterie, aged meats, German and French cheese, classic salads, braunschweiger, schnitzel and many others, as well as a selection of French and German desserts. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Bay Horse Cafe

Casual, neighborhood bar featuring daily drink specials and lunch service. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Below Zero Lounge

A bar that sings! Below Zero Lounge is situated in the new trendy Gateway Quarter of Over the Rhine. The Ultra Plush lounge features over 100 vodkas and the only Video Juke Box in the Mid West. Parking is offered every evening across the street in the lot after 6 PM. Entertainment nightly from sing-along movies on Monday, Music Trivia Tuesdays, Wednesday Music and comedy video clips, Thursdays Karaoke, Friday and Saturdays Djs and Sundays Showtunes -- a fun collection of Broadway and musical video clips. Visit the Cabaret Room directly above the lounge. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Better Blend Nutrition

Better Blend Nutrition offers healthy food alternatives with nutrient-packed smoothies, açaí bowls, and more.

Betts House, The

Built in 1804, it is Ohio's oldest brick house and it promotes the study of building materials and historic preservation through special exhibits and public programs. Tours of the house showcase its history and construction.

Black Brigade Monument

This monument was the first piece of public art commissioned for Smale Riverfront Park. It consists of bronze statues and plaques, interpretive signs, and carved stones which includes the names of all 718 members of the brigade. The Black Brigade was formed in 1862 to construct barricades to defend Cincinnati from Confederate attack. Initially, members of the Black Brigade were forced into service. Then, after a public outcry, 718 African-American men volunteered for the service and formed The Black Brigade, which, alongside many other local soldiers, successfully built the critical fortifications in Northern Kentucky. Created by: John Hebenstreit and Carolyn Manto, Sculptors; Tyrone Williams, Writer; and Erik Brown, Graphic Designer Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

blaCk Coffee

Features a menu of coffee, tea and Matunda cold-pressed juices, as well as sandwiches and pastries

Black Owned

Black Owned Outerwear is a fashion line created to promote excellence. Every garment is designed to inspire. Crew neck sweatshirts, pullover & zip up hoodies, T-shirts and hats for men and women. Black is the color of success and sophistication, that’s what being Black owned represents. Streetcar Stop #16: The Public Library

Bloc Coffee Company

Bloc Coffee originated as an outgrowth of Bloc Ministries in Price Hill. At its location inside City Hall, they serve espresso-based drinks, drip coffee, housemade sauces to flavor lattes, smoothies and blended beverages. Breakfast and lunch items include egg sandwiches, granola, grilled cheese, soup and salad.

Blue Cab

Prearranged trips available, 24/7. 6 Passenger Van for larger crowds, along with many Crown Victoria's. On time Guaranteed!

Blue Chip Parking Lower

Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Blue Oven Bakery

Oven baked breads, pastries, and buttery English muffins daily, alongside of a delicious toast bar! Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm

Blue Rock Medicine

Stone wrapping and jewelry. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Bob Sumerel Tire & Service

One-stop shop for all vehicle service and repair needs. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

BoBa Cha

Bubble teas, herbal teas, and smoothies. Choices include Oolong, Jasmine, Green Tea, and with organic herbs like lotus, ginseng, dandelion root, peppermint and others.

Bobby's Burger Palace

Award-winning chef, restaurateur, television personality, and cookbook author Bobby Flay opens his 14th Bobby’s Burger Palace (BBP), and first in Ohio. BBP offers an assortment of burgers inspired by Bobby’s extensive travels throughout America and his love of the grill in a casual and convenient setting. The restaurant features 10 signature burgers, along with a BBP ‘Burger of the Month.’ All burgers may be prepared with Certified Angus Beef, ground turkey or grilled chicken breast.


Boca restaurant marries world class, chef-driven cuisine with warm hospitality and emotive environments. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Bolero Mens Wear

Unique clothes for the modern man including suits, sport coats and sportswear. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Boombox Buns

A walk-up food window serving up warm, doughy, steamed Chinese buns (or baozi), with three options: the Pork Bun with hoison peanuts and radish, the Beef Bun with mayo shisho and crispy shallot, and the Veg Bun with sweet potato and Sriracha. In addition to buns, they also have Thai iced tea as a drink option.

Boomtown Biscuits & Whiskey

Boomtown is a place where people find comfort in community, biscuits, and stiff whiskey. Featuring delicious sandwiches atop homemade buttermilk biscuits, including gluten-free and vegetarian options. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main


Created in 2008 as a meeting space to increase creativity and productivity. Includes a rooftop deck and private conference room. 150 person capacity.

Bouchard's Pastas & Baked Goods

Bouchard's offers fresh, take-home desserts, pastas and sauces and made-to-order salads, pasta and flat bread pizzas. Owned and operated by a mother-and-son culinary duo Renee and Jody since 2008. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Brackett Village Apartments

One-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom townhouses. Electronic alarm systems, central air, wall-to-wall carpet, playground area, on-site management and laundry facilities, parking facilities, energy efficient heating system. Accepts Housing Choice Voucher. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine


An intimate urban loft located in the heart of downtown, this creative meeting space is perfect for meetings or social events and features 4,000 square feet of open area, a private conference room, a full kitchen and lounge area. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Braxton Brewery Cincinnati

Located in the historic Pendleton neighborhood, Braxton Cincinnati is a brewery, taproom and Braxton Direct to-go shop. Featuring ample seating, and plenty of taps with different beers from Braxton, Braxton Labs, Braxton Barrel House and VIVE Hard Seltzer.


The Scotland-based brewery's second-largest bar in the U.S., BrewDog serves a total of 48 beers on tap, featuring a mix of BrewDog beers and local craft beers, as well as "high-end approachable junk food," a second-floor mezzanine full of arcade games and pinball, and an outdoor patio.

Brewing Heritage: Grain to Glass

“Grain to Glass” celebrates Cincinnati’s brewing heritage and honors the people, past and present, who have worked to support it. The story of a seemingly simple glass of beer unfolds from left to right highlighting each step of the process, starting with the harvesting of grain through the brewing, bottling, and transportation process and finishing out of the tap of a local watering hole. This mural honors the wide range of professions within the brewing industry and the community they create. This mural was created in partnership with The Brewery District Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation. Designer: Jim Effler Project Manager: Jim Effler

Brick & Mortar

An American gastropub located inside the Cincinnatian Hotel.


Multi award-winning posse of makeup artists creating acts of beauty throughout Cincinnati and the Tri-state. Specializing in bridal and makeup coaching. Streetcar Stop #11: Brewery District

Bridges Nepali Cuisine

Offering Nepalese cuisine, featuring rice bowls and other dishes with flavorful spices such as chicken tikka masala or haku chuala (smoked chicken), vegan dishes including cauliflower and potatoes or aloo wala, as well as soups and samosas.

Broadway in Cincinnati

Presents first-class touring Broadway musicals and plays such as Wicked, Les Misérables, Mamma Mia and more, year-round at the Aronoff Center. Subscriptions and single tickets available. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Broadway Lot

$5 daily rate. No monthly parking.

Broadway Square

Broadway Square consists of 39 one and two bedroom apartments in the Pendleton neighborhood of Cincinnati and they are ready for immediate move in. The units feature hardwood floors, quartz countertops, open floor plans, three shared courtyards, available parking, and the location is perfectly situated between the CBD, OTR, and Clifton/Uptown neighborhoods.

Bromwell's ~ Est. 1819

A full-service luxury fireplace shop and downtown Cincinnati's oldest business, since 1819. Newly expanded showroom spans 10,000 square feet on two floors. Bromwell's has a dedicated fine art gallery, featuring original art from around the globe, and a selection of new and antique furniture and home decor items. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Bromwell's Gallery

Gallery located inside Bromwell's showcasing featured artists through openings, tours, private showings, artist lectures and promotional events. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Brown Bear Bakery

Originally providing custom pastries for large catering orders and businesses, Brown Bear is becoming a brick and mortar for all of Cincinnati to love! Creating scratch made pastries, desserts, and baked goods highlighting seasonal and local ingredients. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

BRU Burger Bar

BRU Burger Bar's menu features an array of signature burgers, classic sandwiches, appetizers, hand-dipped milkshakes, and an extensive beer list. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Budget Car & Truck Rental


Stylish, eco-minded chain serving grass-fed beef burgers, plus hot dogs, craft beer & wine. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Butcher & Barrel

From the people who brought you Che, The Blind Pig, and O'Malley's in the Alley, comes a new restaurant to Cincy that combines meat, bourbon, and whiskey. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Buten Eyewear

Unique eyewear, contact lenses, eye exams. Valet parking available. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Buzzed Bull Creamery

Buzzed Bull Creamery is the world's first alcoholic liquid nitrogen creamery, serving up alcoholic ice cream flavors like margarita, honey bourbon and bonfire, as well as non-alcoholic options. Popular non-alcoholic flavors include peanut butter, cookie dough, coffee and cake batter. Non-dairy bases are also available. Buzzed Bull also offers coffee and espresso drinks, including latte versions of its popular ice cream treats. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

C 4 Yourself

Open for Final Friday Gallery Walk. Art inspired by faith. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

C.P.M Lot

CAC Store, The

Unusual design-based merchandise, often themed to exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Center, including jewelry, novelties, housewares, books for children and adults. CAC members receive 10% discount on all items. Located in the CAC. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Cafe 201

Features specials, salad bar, grilled selections and more. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

Cafe Americana

Serves breakfast and lunch. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Cafe de Paris

Soups, sandwiches and salads with a French accent; outdoor cafe tables facing Garfield Park. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Caffe Barista & Deli

Deli and grocery.

Canal at Vine Street Circa 1900

Located on the side of the old Barlow Motors Building, the mural represents a picture that was taken in the nearby location in the 1900's. The mural is intended to depict the scene of the Miami & Erie Canal that ran through Cincinnati along Central Parkway. ArtWorks Michael Blankenship, 2007 Presented by UBS. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway


Russian-born artist Alexander Liberman, recipient of many international commissions for public art, describes Canticle as a hymn of praise soaring in space to elevate the spirit of the spectator. The sculpture was purchased for the plaza outside the Adams Landing condominium complex and dedicated by Allen G. Zaring to the people of Cincinnati. Alexander Liberman, 1992


Party supplies and decor for events, holidays, parties including novelties, silk florals, wedding decorations, crafts and more.

Cappel's Annex

Costumes, wigs, masks, make-up and costume accessories. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Carew Tower

Carew Tower is a 49-story Art Deco building in the heart of downtown, home to 25 shops, restaurants, and other amenities including the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza and offices. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square There is an observation deck open to the public on the top floor which is ppen Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Rates: $4 ages 12 and up; $2 ages 6-11; Free for ages 5 and under. Cash only.

Carew Tower Observation Deck & Gift Shop

At the top of Cincinnati's tallest building, a chance to buy souvenirs and take a look at the surrounding territory. Observation deck: Open Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Rates: $6, Adult and $3, Child Cash only. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Carl Solway Gallery

Founded in 1962, this gallery exhibits contemporary painting, sculpture, photography, graphics and video. Adjacent free and secure parking lot.

Carol Ann's Carousel

Filled with colorful characters and embellished with jewels, the carousel sits inside a glass frame offering a three hundred and sixty degree view of the Roebling Bridge, Smale Riverfront Park, and the breathtaking skyline. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks A gift from Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation, the carousel was designed to be Cincinnati's front porch light and the perfect place for any event.

Castle of Air

The Castle of Air is a modern interpretation of a classic hunting lodge (18th century) that is seen all over Europe. The particular one chosen by the pavilion designer, Mr. Peter Haimerl, is the Pagodenburg Castle located in the Nymphenburg Park in Munich, Germany. a Sister City of Cincinnati. The structure uses highly reflective material that reflects images of nature on the inside of the building. This material reflects the sky and its surroundings and as it does so the building seems to disappear – hence the name “Castle of Air”. Created by Peter Haimerl in 2004.

Centennial Row

Across from the new School for Creative and Performing Arts, these renovated historical buildings offer one and two-story homes. Features include rooftop decks, curving walls with exposed brick, bamboo flooring, secured parking and controlled building entrances. Contact Holly Redmond or Stacy Rickert with Coldwell Banker West Shell.

Center at 600 Vine Garage

Enter from Vine St. (Northbound) between 6th & 7th Sts. 452 total spaces. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Center Hub Deli & Catering

Provides quick and delicious authentic deli grub with grab & go Items featuring delicious hot and cold sandwiches, salads, power bowls, pizza, dogs & more!e. Also offers catering.

Center, The

Unique event space with a large, open floor plan including a large ballroom space and smaller side rooms. The space offers a view of Fountain Square through its large windows. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Central Parkway Place

Central Parkway Place offers affordable senior apartments on the upper floors of the historic YMCA in Over-the-Rhine, consisting of 65 apartments for limited-income residents ages 55 or older. This location is operated by Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS).

Charles P. Taft Memorial II

Timothy Werrell designed this abstract sculpture to represent the spirit of Mr. Taft's loyalty to both church and state. A man of religious conviction, Charles Taft (1897-1983) served Christ Church vestry for 50 years, as well as holding national ecumenical office. A long-time local political leader who received the nickname "Mr. Cincinnati," Taft held offices as mayor and councilman. The sculpture was a private commission and presented to the church as a gift. Tim Werrell, 1988 Christ Church Cathedral 318 E. Fourth St. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main


Serves a combination of Italian and Latin American food, including pizza and empanadas, the savory turnovers native to Spain and popular in Latin America. Ché also features a large bar, an outdoor area, Argentine wines by the glass, craft beers and late-night hours.

Cheers to Cincy, Past and Present!

“Cheers to Cincy, Past and Present” raises a glass to Cincinnati’s contemporary beer culture. Figures of King Gambrinus, European folk hero and beer aficionado, and Cincinnati’s own Genius of Water, toast the City’s beer making tradition which is prominently featured in the center of the mural that graces the Samuel Adams Cincinnati Brewery wall. Ensconced within a horizontal beer bottle shape is an interior scene filled with wooden and copper beer barrels that transition into a street scene of the neighborhood and nearby, friendly vendors, and leading to historical Findlay Market. This mural was created in partnership with Samuel Adams Cincinnati Brewery. Designer: Tom Post Project Manager: Nick Scrimenti Teaching Assistants: Elise Thompson & Holden Pierson Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm

Children's Theatre of Cincinnati

For nearly 90 years, this group has presented stories and adventures for children and families at the Taft Theatre. Performances happen in October, December, February and April. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square


Gourmet burritos and tacos. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church was founded in 1817 as Cincinnati's first Episcopal Church by William Henry Harrison, ninth President of the United States. Located at Fourth and Sycamore, Christ Church Cathedral offers an inclusive community that is united in faith, by serving our neighbors, and striving to care for one and all.

Christian Moerlein Taproom

Brewers of handcrafted lagers and ale. Visit the taproom or take a free tour.

Christian Science Reading Room

A quiet place to study and pray. Children's books and cassette tapes. Computer is free to use for religious study.

Churchill's Fine Teas

Tea room located at Findlay Market with more than 265 teas from around the world. Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm

Cincinnati Art Galleries

A Fine Art Gallery featuring 19th and 20th century American and European paintings with a special emphasis on the Cincinnati School Painters. In addition we showcase a select group of contemporary artists who we believe are among the finest contemporary artists working today featuring Brian Burt, Mark Daly, Susan Harrell, Ray Hassard, Kevin T. Kelly, Keith Klein, Kate Lackman, Richard Luschek, M. Katherine Hurley, and Leslie Shiels. "Golden Age"artists such as Robert F. Blum, Victor Casinelli, Frank Duveneck, Henry Farny, John Hauser, James R. Hopkins, E.T. Hurley, Charles S. Kaelin, Thomas C. Lindsay, Caroline A. Lord, L.H. Meakin, Charles Meurer, Henry Mosler, Frank Myers, Elizabeth Nourse, Edward H. Potthast, Dixie Selden, Joseph H. Sharp, William L. Sonntag, John H. Twachtman, L.C. Vogt, Edward C. Volkert, John E. Weis and Bessie and Herman Wessel will continue to be a part of gallery exhibitions. Cincinnati Art Galleries continues to maintain the tradition of fundraising (from the annual "Panorama" exhibition in December) for local arts organizations including: Cincinnati Art Museum, Taft Museum of Art, School for the Creative and Performing Arts, Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati Opera, and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Email: Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Cincinnati Art Museum

Located in Eden Park and founded in 1881, the Cincinnati Art Museum is one of America's most respected visual arts institutions, offering 6,000 years of great art. The Terrace Cafe offers dining in the midst of great art or in the open-air central courtyard. Saturdays and Sundays often feature family programs and activities. Free general admission, though some special exhibitions are ticketed.

Cincinnati Art Underground

A contemporary art gallery and a series of pop-up events that bring original art to where you work and play, to discover art that you love, mingle with local artists, and meet other creatively-minded people.

Cincinnati Arts Association

Founded in 1992, the CAA is a not-for-profit organization that oversees the programming and management of two major performing arts venues, the Aronoff Center for the Arts and Music Hall, and is dedicated to supporting performing and visual arts. The CAA presents a diverse schedule of events; serves 700,000+ people in its venues; features local, regional, and national artists' works in the Weston Art Gallery in the Aronoff; and supports the work of one dozen+ resident companies, including the Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Symphony / Pops Orchestras, Cincinnati Opera, Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Cincinnati, and more. Since 1995, CAA has reached more than 1.2 million students through its arts education programs. Venues are available for special events. Ticket and event info is on the website, at CAA Ticket Offices in the Aronoff Center, Music Hall, or (513) 621-2787. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Cincinnati Athletic Club

Oldest, continuously operating men's club in existence, since 1853. Amenities include 20 yard marble pool, golf driving range, suspended track, basketball court, racquetball, personal trainer, cardio and strength training equipment, massage, tanning bed, dry and steam saunas, whirlpool. Club Lounge. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Cincinnati Ballet

Since 1963, Cincinnati Ballet has been the cornerstone professional ballet company of the region, presenting a mix of classical full-length and repertory ballets with live orchestral accompaniment. With the mantra "Everybody dances," Cincinnati Ballet presents exhilarating performances, extensive education outreach programs and classes for children and adults. Streetcar Stop #9: Liberty & Elm

Cincinnati Bell Building Facade

This 1931 Art Deco building is notable for its decorative stone reliefs showing symbols of communication such as telephones, headsets, wirecutters, and insulators. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Cincinnati Bengals

National Football League team that plays at Paul Brown Stadium. For tickets, call (513) 621-8383.

Cincinnati Bengals Pro Shop

Bengals apparel and accessories. Free parking.

Cincinnati Boychoir

Founded in 1965 under the auspices of the Cincinnati Public Schools, the Cincinnati Boychoir has presented approximately thirty-five annual performances in the Greater Cincinnati community and for local television stations, community organizations, churches, clubs, and retirement homes. Boys audition for the choir by recommendation of school music teachers, and come from all areas of southwest Ohio, southeast Indiana, and northern Kentucky. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Cincinnati Club

Historic landmark on Piatt Park has meeting and banquet rooms for groups from 10 to 1,000.

Cincinnati Cyclones

An ECHL team and 2008 and 2010 Kelly Cup champions. Playing games from October through April.

Cincinnati Endocrine Clinic

Dr. Michael West welcomes the opportunity to bring quality endocrine healthcare to downtown Cincinnati. He has established himself a a top doctor in Washington D.C. treating patients with thyroid disorders, type 1 & 2 diabetes, men with low testosterone. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Cincinnati Fire Museum

Over 200 years of firefighting history on display, including exhibits of early leather fire buckets, an 1808 fire drum, the oldest surviving fire engine in Cincinnati, a Hunneman hand pumper up to a modern Emergency-One fire engine cab and a house to try out safety practices. The Fire Museum can also be a setting for special events.

Cincinnati Food Tours

Cincinnati Food Tours is a way to introduce visitors to Findlay Market, share culinary experiences, and spread enthusiasm for the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Cincinnati Food Tours continues to grow, exploring new neighborhoods and adding new small business partners. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Cincinnati Gateway

Cincinnati Gateway is the official entrance to Bicentennial Commons. Commissioned to celebrate the city's 200th birthday, this environmental sculpture contains at least 18 references to Cincinnati's past including prehistoric mounds and historic steamboats. The whimsical winged pigs atop the four steamboat stacks recall a time when Cincinnati was nicknamed Porkopolis and meat packing and soap manufacturing dominated the local economy. A plaque at the site helps explain this three dimensional history lesson. Andrew Leicester, 1988

Cincinnati Hemp Company

Natural & Organic boutique specializing in the sale of merchandise made of Hemp, Bamboo, Organic Cotton and other natural products. Cincinnati Hemp Company is aimed towards consumers that want healthy choices for both physical and mental wellness needs.

Cincinnati May Festival

The oldest and most recognized choral festival in the Western hemisphere. Each May, the 150-member chorus joins the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, featuring world renowned conductors and great soloists to present choral masterpieces. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

Located in an historic Art Deco train station built in 1933, Cincinnati Museum Center offers special exhibitions and houses the Cincinnati History Museum, Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History & Science, the Cincinnati Historical Society Library and the Omnimax Theater. Admission can be purchased for individual attractions, or combination discounts are available.

Cincinnati Music Theatre

This venerable community theater offers musical theater productions in the Aronoff Center's Jarson-Kaplan Theater. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Cincinnati Opera

Founded in 1920 and the second oldest opera company in the U.S., Cincinnati Opera presents grand opera every June and July, with repertoire ranging from beloved classics to contemporary masterworks. Performances feature international singers, world-class conductors, stunning sets and costumes, and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. One of America's most followed summer arts festivals, Cincinnati Opera attracts regional fans as well as music lovers from across the nation. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

Recipient of the 2004 Regional Theatre Tony Award and the 2007 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical, this renowned regional theater is recognized for its artistic excellence. The 10-month season runs September to June with 11 productions on two stages, including the holiday favorite, A Christmas Carol. The Playhouse also presents the Rosenthal Next Generation Theatre Series for children and families on selected Saturday mornings. On-site dining available with advance reservations.

Cincinnati Playwright's Initiative

A group of playwrights, actors, directors and producers who live and work in the Cincinnati area, dedicated to developing new plays written by local playwrights, hosting readings at the Aronoff Center's Fifth Third Bank Theater. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

Until Fall 2017, the Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestra will perform concerts at the Taft Theatre, 317 E. Fifth St. Founded in 1977 by the late Maestro Erich Kunzel and now under the direction of John Morris Russell, the Pops is one of America's best known (and frequently recorded) musical ensembles. Using the same musicians as the Cincinnati Symphony, the Pops is one of the world's most active classical pops ensembles, performing a diverse array of concerts between September and June at Music Hall and summer concerts at Riverbend Music Center. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

Cincinnati Reds

America's first professional baseball team, playing National League teams in a new ballpark on the Ohio River. Tickets (513) 381-REDS. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum

The Reds Hall of Fame is CLOSED Nov. 1, 2018 - April 1, 2019 for renovations. Baseball fans enjoy 10 galleries where they can learn about baseball's first professional team. On view are over 500 objects, including the three World Series trophies -- the 'Big Red Machine' from 1975 and 1976, plus the team that swept the series in 1990 -- and the 81 Hall of Fame plaques from the Reds Hall of Fame. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

Cincinnati's only professional resident ensemble theatre dedicated to bringing classic works by Shakespeare and others -- from Oscar Wilde to Tennessee Williams -- to modern audiences in the new Otto M. Budig Theatre. Streetcar Stop #14: Washington Park

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Until Fall 2017, the Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestra will perform concerts at the Taft Theatre, 317 E. Fifth St. As the nation's fifth oldest symphony orchestra, the CSO has played a leading role in the cultural life of the city and region since its founding in 1895. Concerts are offered September through May at Music Hall, and other offerings include Young People's concerts for school children, Lollipops Family concerts, CSO Chamber Players concerts, free community and regional concerts each summer, and educational programs. The CSO doubles as the Cincinnati Pops, and is also the official orchestra for the May Festival every spring and the Cincinnati Opera during the summer months. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

Cincinnati Venus

Recognized internationally as painter, printmaker and sculptor, Jim Dine grew up in Cincinnati, attended Walnut Hills High School, the Art Academy of Cincinnati and Ohio University in Athens. Cincinnati Venus was created after Dine purchased a plaster cast of the 2nd century Venus de Milo, cut of the head and began creating his own interpretation of this icon of art history. The sculpture and its reflecting pool were commissioned by Tipton Associates for Centennial Plaza as a bicentennial gift to the city. Centennial Plaza Jim Dine, 1988

Cincinnatian Barber Salon

Haircuts, shampoos, perms. Streetcar Stop #16: The Public Library

Cincinnatian Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton

A Mobil Four Star, AAA Four Diamond hotel that offers modern luxury in an historic setting. Guests enjoy an upscale gastro-pub, Brick and Mortar, and a casual dining atmosphere with both grab-and-go and made-to-order options with the Hannaford Market. The hotel offers state-of-the-art meeting rooms and banquet facilities. Valet parking. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center


Cincinnatus is the legendary Roman military leader from the 4th century B.C. He is shown here giving up the fasces, the bundle of rods in his right hand that is a symbol of leadership, to return to his life as a farmer. The Cincinnatus Association, which commissioned the work, was founded just after the American Revolution by a group of military officers, and one of its members, Governor Arthur St. Clair, gave Cincinnati its name. Created by Eleftherious Karkadoulias and Mercene Karkadoulias in 1988

Cincinnatus (1983)

New York artist Richard Haas was born in Spring Green, Wisconsin, home of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The mere presence of such a dynamic personality in his small town had a dramatic and lasting affect on his appreciation of the built environment. Haas has gained an international reputation transforming drab urban walls into architectural fantasies, painting in a style called trompe l'oeil (to deceive the eye). Historically, this technique was used to extend the architectural vista of a limited space, but Haas has used the technique to comment on architectural consciousness. In the mural Haas created here, Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus (519-439 B.C.), for whom the city was named, appears as a marble statue. The classical setting incorporates the dome of the Pantheon, colossal Renaissance columns and a Baroque staircase. In 2015, the mural was restored by ArtWorks in collaboration with the original artist. Created by Richard Haas in 1983 This painting was commissioned by The Kroger Company to celebrate its centennial.

Cincy Brew Bus

Cincinnati's original and craft brewery, winery, and distillery tours.

Cincy Red Bike

Cincy Red Bike is Cincinnati's Bike Share program with 260 bikes in Downtown, Uptown and Over-the-Rhine. Red Bike is a convenient, low cost, healthy and green transportation system. It is designed for short, point-to-point trips, and will add to the urban vitality of the city while increasing mobility for residents, workers, students, and visitors. Red Bike is fun and provides a different perspective of the city for riders. Red Bike offers $5 memberships to residents who qualify for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, energy assistance programs PIPP or HEAT, or who are clients at local nonprofits partnered with the bike share program. Streetcar Stop #14: Washington Park

Cincy Shirts

The first retail location of the online merchants, stocked with classic Cincinnati T-shirts and autographed Cincinnati memorabilia. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Circa Music Pavilion

The circa-1910 music pavilion is the centerpiece of Washington Park, which began as a cemetery. The city began acquiring the land in 1855, and reinterred the bodies in outlying burying grounds, including Spring Grove Cemetery. The octagonal gazebo reflects the Mission style of architecture.


From above the levels, arcs, and planes of Circumspect resemble an abstract cityscape. At ground level, the sculpture becomes a small park that invites guests to rest or play. Instead of a sculpture, the artist proposed a sculptural space that would relate to the surrounding environment. 1984 by Stuart Fink Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

City Bird Tenders

Serving tenders and sandwiches made with all-natural chicken and homemade sauces, as well as sides and salads.

City Club Apartments

This historic 11-story building was originally built in 1928 as an annex to the PNC Tower, and has been restored to include stunning apartments as well as street level shops and a rooftop restaurant and bar. In our over 50 distinct floor plans, we offer exceptional features such as European style kitchens, hardwood and ceramic floors, and 10- to 18-foot ceilings, along with a selection of three different finish packages to fit with your individual style. At our Downtown Cincinnati apartments, we provide world class amenities not offered by any other community, including our Sky Club with an indoor/outdoor pool, fire pit, Zen garden, and Bark Park, all including views of the Cincinnati skyline, the Ohio River, Paul Brown Stadium, and the Great American Ball Park. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

City Gospel Mission

Non-denominational services daily at 6:30 p.m. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

City Hall

Designed by renowned 19th-century architect Samuel Hannaford, this 1893 Richardsonian Romanesque-style building is the home of city government, including offices for the mayor, city council members and council chambers.

City Home

Located on Pleasant Street, City Home offers the first single family home option in OTR in years as well as renovated condos. Features include stainless appliances, private parking, hardwood flooring, community gardens and energy efficient construction. City Home Phase II coming Winter 2012. Contact Holly Redmond or Stacy Rickert with Coldwell Banker West Shell. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

City Home on Washington Park

Newly rehabbed condominiums and the second phase of the City Home project. Features include decks or courtyards, open floor plans, stainless steel appliances & counter tops, bamboo or hardwood flooring, porcelain tile bathrooms, private parking, and energy-efficient construction throughout. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

City West

A Drees Home community of town homes in the heart of the City. These spacious 2-3 story homes with brick fronts feature unique architectural designs. The plans offer open floor plans, 9-10 ft. ceilings and attached garages. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Clay Street Press

Specializes in the printing of small edition hand-pulled prints in a number of media. Open for Final Friday Gallery Walk. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Cobblestone OTR

Cobblestone OTR serves beer, wine and cocktails, and has a streetcar theme. The streetcar – both the Cincinnati Bell Connector and the city's historic streetcar – serve as heavy inspiration for the bar. The center light, in the main section of the bar, tracks the streetcar's GPS and will light up blue when it's 5 minutes away from the stop across the street.

Cocktail Terrace

Located on the top floor of the 21c Museum Hotel, the bar offers stunning views of downtown and the surrounding area. The menu focuses on cocktails and a selection of snacks from Metropole. Access via a specially marked door off Gano Alley. Seasonal. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Coffee at Lola's

Coffee Shop and Cocktail Bar serving lattes, pourovers, drip coffee, smoothies, craft beer and wine. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Coffee Emporium

Coffee shop offering specialty coffees, teas and European chocolates plus sandwiches and baked items. Sidewalk bistro seating or comfortable couches and chairs inside. Located in the Emery Apartments. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Coins Plus

Collectibles including coins, stamps, sports memorabilia and antique jewelry. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Col. R. L. McCook Statuary

Robert L. McCook (1827-1862), a local attorney of Irish descent with strong connections to the local German community, commanded the German 9th regiment (Die Neuner) during the Civil War. After leading heroically in many battles in Kentucky and Tennessee, he was killed in action in August 1862. His regiment honored him with this tribute. The bust of Colonel McCook is the earlier of the two portraits sculpted by Cincinnatian Leopold Fettweis for Washington Park, a neighborhood hub since the early 1860's. Fettweis worked in a family-owned monument business located on West McMicken Street near Vine. Created by Leopold Fettweis in 1878 Streetcar Stop #14: Washington Park

Coldwell Banker West Shell

Located in the heart of Over-the-Rhine across from Washington Park. Agents are particularly knowledgeable and experienced in helping buyers and sellers downtown and Over-the-Rhine. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Collective Espresso

European-style coffee bar featuring carefully hand-crafted espresso drinks. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Colonel De Gourmet Herbs & Spice

This spice store features over 400 culinary herbs, spices,a nd specialty blends. Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm

Comey & Shepherd Realtors City Office

Conveniently located at the corner of Liberty and Main with over twenty real estate specialists.

Community View

Affordable Housing provided by Over-the-Rhine Community Housing. Units range from $450 to $820.

Community Yellow Cab

Taxi service for Hamilton, Butler, Clermont and Warren Counties. Accepts MC/Visa/Discover/AMEX/Diners Club.

Condado Tacos

Condado specializes in build-your-own tacos in the $3 to $4 range, offering protein options such as chorizo, chicken, beef, pork, shrimp and vegetarian choices. Condado also offers offers its house-made margarita in seven flavors along with eight specialty margaritas. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Contemporary Arts Center

One of the earliest contemporary art institutions in the United States and long a progressive cultural force in the Tristate and the nation. The CAC continues to surprise, challenge, educate and entertain audiences by presenting and exploring the art of the 'last 15 minutes.' Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid, the CAC's home, The Richard & Lois Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art, has been hailed as 'a breakthrough.' The first floor also offers lunch items from Melt Eclectic Cafe, and the cocktail bar M.Wellman offers handcrafted cocktails during evening hours. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Contemporary Dance Theater

Presenter of touring dancers and dance companies at the Aronoff Center's Jarson-Kaplan Theater. As part of the National Performance Network, CDT offers dance, alternative theater, mime, puppetry, experimental theater, performance art and music. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center


An eclectic bazaar//concept shop that features a curated selection of work from a wide array of independent designers, artists, and makers. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Convention Center Garage at 605 Plum St.

Cool Lofts on Main

Various renovated lofts and apartments at 633, 724 and 825 Main Street. Spaces include unfurnished units and furnished corporate housing.

Core Cincinnati

Boutique pilates and corealign studio. Small group fitness and equipment classes. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm


A wine market and bar offering a curated selection of hand crafted wines from the world over, set in an authentic urban environment geared toward discovery. Meat and cheese boards. Private room available.

Corner Bistro

Asian fusion restaurant and sports bar. Come in on weekdays and try their all you can eat lunch buffet, or stop by for sushi and drinks after work. Lunch buffet available 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

Cornerstone Corporation for Shared Equity

Communities include Friar’s Court at 1616-1618 Race and 1628 Race St., St. Anthony’s Village at 23 Green Street, Community Views and coming soon, Abington Flats. Non-profit community developer, rehabbing buildings in Over-the-Rhine to offer quality apartments for low-income renters through Renter EquitySM. Residents participate in Renter Equitysm by fulfilling the terms of an occupancy agreement which includes monthly resident association meetings and responsibilities for maintenance of the common areas and landscaping. Units feature historical elements included in innovative, energy efficient designs by local architects. Abington Flats will be located at 33 Green St. and will cater to the disabled by offering handicap accessible units and an elevator. Some communities have shared lawn and picnic area. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Country Meat Co.

Amish turkey, chicken and beef as well as smoked meats and ready-to-cook seasoned meats for consumers and commercial customers, located at Findlay Market.

Court & Main Market

Small market and sundries.

Court & Walnut Parking Garage

Court Street Lobster Bar

Court Street Lobster Bar is a New England style lobster shack in the heart of downtown. Serving both Maine and Connecticut style lobster rolls, salads, and appetizers. Soup and Salad Lunch Specials.

Covenant-First Presbyterian Church

Sunday School (all ages) 9:15. Free parking on Sundays from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in System Parking garage adjacent to the church.

Crane Factory Flats

Crane Factory Flats is located in the historic Crane Hawley Factory, which has been around since 1914. Thoughtfully designed one and two-bedroom units are available in a variety of layouts, including loft and townhouse style living. Experience true urban living with historical decor, but modern conveniences.

Crazy Cat, Crazy Quilt

Crazy Cat, Crazy Quilt honors the accomplished life and career of Cincinnati Master artist, Edie Harper. Edie was born in 1922 in Kansas City and relocated to Cincinnati in the 1930s when her father took a job with Procter & Gamble, the place they would call home for the remainder of their lives. Edie enrolled at the Art Academy of Cincinnati in 1940 and it was there that she met Charley Harper, her partner in life and love. Edie always drew on her childhood for inspiration, a time she spent developing her love for animals (especially her favorite cat Katrinka, colorfully depicted in the mural), landscapes, and life in the Midwest. Edie passed away in 2010 at the age of 87, but as an Art Academy distinguished alumnus, she left behind a beautiful legacy that will continue to be celebrated for many years to come. Do you have a favorite memory that you would love to turn into a mural? Crazy Cat / Crazy Quilt Scraps from here, Scraps from there, Silk and satin, velvet and lace— What a super sleeping place! Why use a basket or a box When there’s such a comfy spot? Crazy quilt, yes. Crazy cat? No! – Edie Harper Designer Edie Harper Project Manager Derek Toebbe Teaching Assistants Seana Higgins | Braylyn Bell

Crema de Cup

Coffee drinks, soups and sandwiches from a booth on the skywalk. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Crosley Square

This former broadcasting center for Powel Crosley, Jr, and home of WLW studios launched careers of Doris Day, Rosemary Clooney, Red Skelton, and many others.

Crown Republic Gastropub

An American gastropub, with small plates and everything made from scratch, down to the bread, the gelato and the pasta. The restaurant also features a coffee and pastry window from 7 to 11 a.m., offering pastry pockets, along with scones, popovers and cinnamon rolls. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Crystalline Tower

Clad in sheets of titanium, mica panels and steel mesh, the sculpture is meant to interact with nature, the Tower stands 90 feet. The titanium panels move in the wind and makes sound. The thin sheets of mica reflect sunlight and appear to glow. Selected by international competition, this collaborative work was created by Ohio artist and Miami University professor Susan Ewing and Czech artist Vratislav Novak. The tower is topped by a rotating north star, in recognition of the importance of the star to slaves navigating their way across the Ohio River to freedom. A spiral stair within the tower is reminiscent of strands of DNA and echoes the signature winding pathways within the park. Created by Susan Ewing and Vratislav Novak in 2005

Crzy Monk

Health-conscious Asian eatery offering both vegetarian and meat dishes, including dumplings, noodle dishes, rice bowls, soups and salads.

Current at The Banks

New upscale studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes with premium interior finishes, custom wood cabinetry, brushed nickle accents, ceramic tile baths, granite counter tops and balconies adjacent to Great American Ball Park & the 45 acre Smale Riverfront Park. Choose from spectacular city, river, or stadium views. Complete amenity package includes club room, 24/7/365, business center, and two private terraces with pool & outdoor kitchens. Also parking is PRIVATE, ASSIGNED & IN THE BUILDING. Enjoy the best location and the best lifestyle in downtown Cincinnati! Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks


Burritos, smoothies, and salads. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

CVS on E. 7th

Pharmacy, food, greeting cards, cosmetics, etc. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

D. Burnham's

Located within Cincinnati's newest four diamond hotel, the Renaissance Cincinnati, D. Burnham's offers a contemporary Midwestern American menu, featuring locally sourced, seasonal, and expertly prepared cuisine, served with relaxed elegance. D. Burnham's presents a wide selection of spirits, cocktails, wine and beer offering an opportunity enjoy traditional favorites or sip something local, creative, or adventurous. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Daisy Mae's Market

Fresh and organic produce. Delivery available for custom orders. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Dawn is Coming: Open Your Eyes

Designed in tandem with John Wedge, a former inmate who, with the help of the Re-Entry program of Hamilton County, transformed his life, the Justice Center Mural is a story portraying the triumph of the human spirit. From left to right, the narrative begins by depicting the sense of isolation that occurs when people find themselves overwhelmed by unfortunate circumstances. As we learn to lift ourselves up and out of old ways of being, we begin to meet people willing and able to help us, people who become bridges between our old state of existence, and a new, refreshed view of life. With this new point of view, we realize that the city we live in was built by those helping hands; the true architecture of a city IS the community of service people working to save lives, one at a time. With this realization, this new dawn, one embarks on new roads with a sense of support, and a new-found desire to become a bridge for others, in turn. This mural was completed in partnership with Hamilton County. Designer: Tina Westerkamp Project Manager: Tina Westerkamp Teaching Assistants: Paul Rodgers and Haley Rice

Dean's Mediterranean Imports

Products include imported Greek olives and olive oil, Old World pasta and sauces, grains, beans, European breads, fresh roasted nuts and cooking spices. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Deeper Roots Coffee

Serving various coffee and espresso drinks as well breakfast items, including Sixteen Bricks toast, topped with almond butter and honey or avocado and pickled onion, as well as pastries from Mainwood Pastry. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Deerhaus Decor

A transparent eco-friendly boutique retailer with an emphasis on small batch manufacturing and a passion for sustainable design. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Design Lab

Design Lab offers furniture, lighting and home design products from internationally renowned product designers as well as residential and commercial design services. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Dick Wallers Art Place

Dick Waller’s ArtPlace is a unique setting for your next event, including arts and community events, meetings, and socials. They offer venue packages that range from an entirely blank space to create your own event atmosphere, to an immersive gallery experience surrounded by the artwork currently on show. Amenities include a kitchenette, bathroom, free Wi-Fi and sound system.

Divine Valet

Divine Services Corp. provides elegant and prestigious service. The convenience, safety, simplicity and professionalism of this service is truly magical. Drop your car off with one of Divine’s courteous and experienced employees right at your destination, just as you would with a hotel or restaurant valet service. Real-time push notifications and round the clock customer support make this service safe, friendly and reliable.

Dojo Gelato

Creating handcrafted italian-style ice creams and coffees in small batches from fresh ingredients at Findlay Market. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race


This"pizza theater" features an open kitchen and allows customers to order from a kiosk and track carryout orders electronically. Pizza, pasta, oven-baked sandwiches and salads. Grab and go items, dine in, carry out and delivery available. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Doscher Apartments

Spacious 1-Bedroom Apts. Close to Art Academy and Casino. Laundry Room on first floor. Secure Entry. Streetcar Stop #16: The Public Library

Down to Mars Vintage

A modern-vintage lifestyle boutique featuring vintage fashion and accessories, modern lifestyle products and fun gifts

Downtown Dollar Store

Food, greeting cards, household items, pet care, hardware and toys. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Downtown Mercy HealthPlex

Downtown Mercy HealthPlex offers 9,200 square feet of today's finest fitness amenities and cutting edge equipment; well-appointed locker rooms; expert staff; certified personal trainers and group fitness instructors; express workouts, and group fitness and indoor cycling studios. On-site Mercy Health - Downtown Medical Care office Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

Drs. Fagedes & Garrity

Eye examinations, contact lenses and eyewear.

Duke Energy Convention Center

The recently renovated facility offers nearly 200,000 square feet of contiguous exhibition space and more than 100,000 square feet of meeting space including two ballrooms plus 37 adjustable meeting rooms.

Dunkin Donuts

Coffee and baked goods. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Dunkin Donuts

Coffee and baked goods. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Dunkin Donuts

Coffee and baked goods. Streetcar Stop #5: JACK Casino station, Court & Main

Dunlap Cafe

Old school ambiance, historic beer can collection, delicious food, and a full beer selection at the bar. What more could you ask for? Streetcar Stop #11: Brewery District

Eagle's Locksmith Cincinnati

Professional Locksmith in Cincinnati, OH - Eagle's Locksmith is a certified Locksmith in Cincinnati, OH with high technology services that provides door lock repair, keyless entry, access control, master key system, high security commercial locks and emergency assistance. Eagle's Locksmith is a full service locksmith company in the greater Cincinnati, locally owned and operated. Their locksmith technicians are fully insured and licensed to provide locksmith services by law in the state of Ohio. Please note that the address is an office only, and not open for walk-ins. They are a full mobile locksmith services for emergency, residential and commercial.

East 8 Lofts

East 8 offers unique designer apartments that marry your love for urban life and appreciation for stylish living spaces. The oversized windows, high ceilings, and open floor plans mean you can stretch your legs and breathe while still enjoying the benefits of city living. Located on 8th Street between Broadway and Sycamore Streets, East 8 is only a short walk from the best spots in the city. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

East Garage at 443 E. Pete Rose Way

Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Eckerlin Meats

Fresh poultry and prepared foods, homemade goetta, chili and soup, and many breakfast foods. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Eden Floral Boutique

Passionate about flowers, the owners shop flower markets everyday to ensure the freshest selection of flowers and the most beautiful bouquets for all customers. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Eggleston Garage Park

Eggleston Lot SE

Eight One Three Condos

The newest luxury condominium development in the Central Business District, Eight One Three provides a stunning combination of modern design in an historic space.


A thriving Urban Arts Center that fosters talent, ignites potential and inspires possibilities in Cincinnati's youth! They specialize in poetry, music, media, and more. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Eli's Barbeque

Smokehouse serving pulled pork, hickory turkey, ribs and hot dogs, with sides including cheese macaroni, baked beans, and grits. Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm

Elite Nails

Full service nail salon. Now on first floor of Carew Tower. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Elm Street Deli

Sandwiches, salads, soups, and breakfast served anytime.

Em's Sourdough Bread

Em's Sourdough Bread is a unique bread that is made from a starter that has been in the family for over 25 years. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Emery Center Apartments

Fifty-eight market rate apartments in renovated building with interior parking. High ceilings, large windows, hardwood floors, skylights, central heat, central air conditioning, fitness room and some loft apartments. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

ENCORE Urban Living

Encore Urban Living offers spacious luxury apartments with 6 unique finish packages, custom closets, and Sub-Zero & Wolf appliances. Take in unobstructed views through floor to ceiling windows that encompass each expansive and refined living space of Encore. Enjoy the finely appointed resort-style amenity plaza, including a private pool with sun deck, indoor / outdoor lounge and state-of-the-art fitness center. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Energy and Grace

Abstract mural intended to use vibrant colors and whimsical movements to capture energy and momentum of the changes coming to Over-the-Rhine. ArtWorks mural, created by Kim Krause, 2013 Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Enjoy the Arts

A membership organization providing discounts and free tickets to the arts. Located in the Cincinnati Museum Center.

Enquirer Building Parking

1,000 total, 20 monthly available, $140/month, and daily. Operated by Premier Parking.

Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati

Greater Cincinnati's second largest professional theatre, Ensemble Theatre offers new regional and world premieres of contemporary plays as well as comprehensive educational outreach programs. Now in its 26th year, ETC produces world-class production in its unique, intimate 191-seat theatre in the heart of historic Over-the-Rhine. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Enterprise Rental

Ernie Lombardi

Catcher 1932-41. Even more legendary than Ernie Lombardi's pronounced profile were his blistering line drives. Using an interlocked grip and one of the league's heaviest bats, the Crosley-era catcher hit better than .300 seven times for the Reds and remains the only catcher in major-league history with two batting titles. On the eve of Cincinnati's back-to-back pennants in 1939-40, Lombardi became the first Red to win a MVP award, hitting a league-best .342 with 19 home runs and 95 RBIs in 1938. The eight-time All-Star was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame in 19 Subject(s): Joe Nuxhall Sculptor: Tom Tsuchiya Material: Bronze Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Essen Kitchen

Essen Kitchen serves plant-based, vegan soups, salads and sandwiches that are fun, delicious and affordable. Essen’s menu changes seasonally as fresh ingredients are sourced from small, local farms.

Exhale Dance Tribe

Enriching and entertaining a diverse audience through the imaginative presentation of quality contemporary dance. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

ExUrbia Skywalk Cafe

Coffee, smoothies and muffins. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

F. Stavale Custom Tailor

Sewing and alterations. Streetcar Stop #16: The Public Library

Fabulous Frames & Art

Featuring Cincinnati art works by Charlie Harper, John Ruthven, John Stobart, Thomas Kinkade and more. Museum quality framing, creative design, residential and corporate art consulting. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Face It Spa

Skin resurfacing, peel alternatives and facials.

Falling Wall

Six loft style condos in the Gateway Quarter with walk-in closets, granite countertops, exposed brick and ductwork, curved and falling walls, and rooftop deck. Contact Holly Redmond or Stacy Rickert with Coldwell Banker West Shell.


Consultation, design, production, delivery and installation services. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Fausto at the CAC

Fausto is a contemporary California cuisine restaurant located inside of the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, offering coffee, morning bites and full lunch service.

FB's Kitchen and Lounge

Italian-Inspired Casual Restaurant designed for low-key evenings, energetic sports entertainment, and amazing outdoor patio parties. - All while serving up the freshest Italian & American flavors.

FC Cincinnati Shop

Purchase official FC Cincinnati merchandise, including shirts, scarves, keychains, and more. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

FedEx Office

Copy and printing, banners and signs, packing and shipping and computer rental. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Fido Field

Downtown's first off-leash, fully fenced, 1/2 acre dog play area. Note: When locked, the combo is B-A-R-K. Donations to support the park at

Findlay Market

Findlay Market is Ohio's oldest continuously operated public market and one of Cincinnati's most cherished institutions. The Market is located just blocks from downtown in Over-the-Rhine, a dense historic neighborhood rich in 19th century architecture. Open Tuesday through Sunday, Findlay Market is home year-round to more than three dozen merchants selling meat, fish, poultry, fresh produce, artisan cheeses, international foods, deli and ready to eat foods. On Saturdays and Sundays from April to November the Market hosts a thriving local farmers market, dozens of outside vendors, numerous street performers and lots of special events. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Findlay Yoga

Findlay Yoga offers a variety of classes and workshops- a diverse market of yoga teachings, all based on ancient yogic philosophy, to guide us to our true spiritual nature of love and kindness.

First Lutheran Church

First Watch

Fresh, made to order breakfast, brunch and lunch served daily. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Fishbowl at The Banks

Offers signature drinks served in fishbowls and a beach-party themed atmosphere. Entertainment includes live bands and DJs.


A personal training and group fitness studio. Services include cardio combat, step aerobics, mixed martial arts circuit and more. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main


Forage is a place for interior plants, curated goods and a space for workshops and events.

Foster's Point at Adam's Landing

18-unit luxury landominium overlooking the Ohio River and surrounding hills, grouped 3 or 4 to a building on the uphill side of a private lane. Minutes from downtown, Mt. Adams and the expressway system and part of what will become a 700-home riverside neighborhood. Contact Nancy Quinn with Sibcy Cline (859) 240-2720.

Fountain Place Garage at 505 Race St.

Enter from Race St. (Southbound) between 6th & 5th Sts. 169 total. 5 available. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Fountain Square

At the heart of downtown, Fountain Square is the premier public space where Cincinnatians gather, celebrate and connect as a city. The centerpiece is the historic Tyler Davidson Fountain, dedicated in 1871 to the people of Cincinnati. Events are programmed throughout the year, plus a seasonal ice rink. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Fountain Square Garage

Well-lit and waterproof, the completely renovated Fountain Square North Garage has 635 vehicle spaces on four underground levels, all-new lighting, ventilation, signage, public restrooms, a new security system, and 24-hour security personnel. This garage uses a pay-on-foot system so take your ticket with you! You'll need it to pay your parking fee on your way back to your vehicle. Use cash or credit at the Pay Station machines on the top level of the Garage. At the exit, simply feed your paid ticket into the machine as you drive out. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Fountain Square South Garage (under the Westin)

The Fountain Square South Garage is a covered garage spread over two floors below the hotel's atrium lobby. Accessible by a dedicated elevator and featuring 24-hour security, the garage is owned and operated by the City of Cincinnati. An attendant is available 24 hours. The 24-hour fee for self-parking is $17. Fees are subject to change. Kiosks located by the Vine Street entrance to the hotel, and inside the garage on the first and second levels, accept cash or credit cards. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Fourth & Main Garage

Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

Fourth & Plum Lofts

Each apartment is individually designed with a unique style not found anywhere else in the Cincinnati area. The variety of distinctive floor plans includes studios, lofts, platform bedrooms, and two-bedroom rooftop townhouses. Pet friendly. Short term leasing. Amenities include garage parking, cardio and fitness center, rooftop pool & Sundeck, valet dry cleaning, w/d in select units, onsite laundry.


Wizards of custom picture framing and other oddities.

Frank Robinson

Outfielder 1956-65. Playing with unparalleled intensity, Frank Robinson quickly earned a reputation for challenging pitchers, crowding the plate and charging hard around the bases. He spent the first half of his career in Cincinnati, where his powerful swing produced 324 of his 586 career home runs and 1,009 of his 1,812 career RBIs. Robinson, arguably the best player of the Crosley era, picked up the NL MVP Award in 1961 after leading the Reds to their first pennant in 21 years. The 12-time All-Star was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame in 1978 and the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982. His #20 was retired by the Reds in 1998 Sculptor: Tom Tsuchiya Material: Bronze Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Frank's Fish & Seafood Market

Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Fred & Gari's

Pizza, subs and salads. Carry-out only. Offers catering. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

French Crust Cafe

A little bit of Paris in the heart of Over-The-Rhine. Breakfast, lunch and brunch--viennoiserie and French pastry and chocolates from Chocolatier Jean Philippe Solnom. Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm

Fresh Harvest

This mural brings the essence of farming to a monumental scale. Inspired by the power of classical European paintings, the design shows dramatically lit produce on the verge of spilling out of a crate, fresh from the field. The vibrant colors and dense composition add a modern flair to this traditional theme. ArtWorks mural created by Johnathan Queen in partnership with Kroger Co. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Friar's Court

Non-profit community developer, rehabbing buildings in Over-the-Rhine to offer quality apartments for low-income renters through Renter EquitySM. Residents participate in Renter Equitysm by fulfilling the terms of an occupancy agreement which includes monthly resident association meetings and responsibilities for maintenance of the common areas and landscaping. Units feature historical elements included in innovative, energy efficient designs by local architects. Some communities have shared lawn and picnic area. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Friederich Hecker Monument

Philosopher and writer Friedrich Hecker (1811-1881) came to this country as a refugee of the failed German Revolution of 1848 that was fought to establish a democratic republic. In Cincinnati, Hecker founded the first U.S. Turner Society, a social organization promoting gymnastics and education. Hecker served as an officer in the Civil War, and his many contributions in Germany to the German-American community are celebrated in this bust. The pedestal inscription translates, "With Word and Deed for the Freedom of the People in the Old and New Fatherlands." Created by Leopold Fettweis in 1883 Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm


Easy, casual sushi. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

G. Salzano's

G.Salzano's providing mens grooming and shaving accessories for the discerning gentleman including razors, shaving brushes, lotions, shaving and travel kits. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

G. Salzano's

G.Salzano's providing men's grooming and shaving accessories for the discerning gentleman including razors, shaving brushes, lotions, shaving and travel kits. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Galla Park

Galla Park redefines dining and entertainment in The Banks of Cincinnati. A seamless fusion of modern cuisine, dynamic ambiance, and exceptional service, every detail at Galla Park is specifically designed to provide an unparalleled experience. Whether it’s game day or wedding day, Galla Park has cultivated the perfect aura for dining, mingling, or enjoying our world-class entertainment events.

Gallery in the Sky

Upper floor event space will art-filled walls for wedding, cocktail parties or business meetings offering city views and free downtown parking. Accommodates 10 to 250 guests.

Garage OTR

The Garage OTR is your complete electric transportation hub. As the home of Segway Cincinnati, The Garage OTR is an authorized Segway dealer and tour provider specializing in electric bicycle sales, rentals and service. Offering Segway Guided Tours 3-4 times daily. Choose from Riverfront, Downtown, Eden Park and other seasonal offerings. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Garfield Tower Apartments

Located on Piatt Park. Views of downtown and surrounding hills. One hundred sixty studios and one-bedroom apartments, a newly renovated fitness room as well as a newly renovated pool and lounge area that includes heated indoor swimming pool; retractable sunroof for summer. Cats, small dogs permitted. Garage parking. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Gateway Condos

Condo include garage parking, elevator access, secure entrances, private balconies, roof-top decks and uniquely designed lofts with modern finishes. Live/work spaces. Contact Holly Redmond or Stacy Rickert with Coldwell Banker West Shell. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Gathering, The

Alternative/progressive Christian church.


A few older buildings survive in downtown Cincinnati that boast free-standing sculpture as part of their original architectural design. This female figure adorns the former headquarters of the German Mutual Fire Insurance Company, founded by Heinrich A. Ratterman. The sculpture originally symbolized the spirit of Germany standing watch over the country's culture. Following the anti-German sentiment of World War I, the figure's name was changed to Columbia, the spirit of America, and "E Pluribus Unum" was added to her robe. The north face of the building features another sculpture by Fettweis. Apollo, Greek god of the sun, music and poetry, is shown driving his chariot to announce the dawn. Created by Leopold Fettweis in 1877

Ghost Baby

Ghost Baby is a nightclub located four stories below Over-the-Rhine’s Vine Street, in a historic brewery tunnel dating back to the 1850s, and now serves as both a cocktail lounge and music venue.

Gia & The Blooms

Gia & The Blooms offers elegant, carefully curated flower arrangements, as well as a variety of house plants and succulents perfect for any home, apartment or office.

Gia & The Blooms

We offer elegant, carefully curated, fresh from the garden feel arrangements at the price point that everyone can afford. Our burlap wrapped fresh posies start at $35 with free delivery to the Cincinnati metro area. We donate 20% of all proceeds to local charities. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Gobrecht Flats

Spacious 1 and 2 bedroom condos located within walking distance to downtown. Call (513) 662-8800 Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Golden Shear Haircutting

Haircuts and facial grooming. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Gomez Salsa

Andrew Gomez learned to make salsa the way from his grandmother, Oralia. Following her example of hand-chopped authentic salsa, he began producing and selling Gomez Salsa around the Cincinnati area. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine This walk-up taco window will offer tacos, turtle shells (you'll see!), and different salsas.

Good Fellows Hall Lofts

Condos by Urban Sites on Main Street features include sophisticated aesthetics, gas fireplaces, contemporary steel railings, granite counters, dramatic rooftop decks and balconies, exposed brick walls, and indoor garage parking. Contact Holly Redmond or Stacy Rickert with Coldwell Banker West Shell.

Good Year Auto Service Center

Automotive service and tire service, including tire rotation, tire balancing, and tire alignment.

Goodfellas Pizzeria

Goodfellas offers large, hand tossed and thin crust pizza with fresh ingredients, homemade sauce, and 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese. Have it by the slice or bring home a whole 22" pie for the entire family to enjoy. Menu also includes salads, calzones, subs, and desserts. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Goose & Elder

Located in historic Findlay Market, Goose and Elder is a great place to grab a quick bite to eat or to spend an evening catching up with old friends. As Jose Salazar’s third restaurant, Goose and Elder aims to be a casual spot that keeps sustainability, local sourcing and community in mind.

Graeter's on Vine

Cincinnati's famous ice cream, plus candy and other sweet treats.

Graeter's on Walnut

Favorite ice cream and bakery among locals. Located on Fountain Square. 145 years of experience. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Gramercy Garage

Enter from 7th St. (Eastbound) between Elm & Race Sts. 412 total spaces. $7 / daily maximum rate.

Gramercy on Garfield

Located on Piatt Park. National award winner for Best Urban Construction, includes 148 units as studio, one and two-bedroom apartments plus two-bedroom town homes. Private patios, balconies or bay windows. Discounted garage parking available. Residents enjoy the 'Total Towne Package,' which includes a beautifully landscaped rooftop garden complete with fountain and heated pool, fitness center, club and meeting rooms, half-court basketball, table tennis, pool table and indoor driving range.

Gramma Debbie's Kitchen

Old fashioned comfort food in the heart of Cincinnati's historic Findlay Market. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Grandin Properties

Within minutes of I-71 and I-75, Columbia Parkway, downtown and uptown (universities and medical centers). Locations are in vibrant urban walkable and bikeable neighborhoods, within walking distance of one-of-a-kind shops, galleries, restaurants, bars, cafes, and parks, including Washington Park in Over the Rhine, and Sawyer Point and International Friendship Park along the riverfront. Streetcar Stop #14: Washington Park

Grant Street Parking at 211 Grant St.

Near Music Hall.

Graydon Lofts

Heart of downtown, Central Business Dist; walkabilty & convenience! Bright & spacious plan with lrg windows, exposed brick, duct wrk & beams. Updated ktchn with granite & Viking stainless applncs. Rooftp deck & 2 assigned spots in attchd garage. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Graydon Lofts

Over 1,800 sq ft located in the heart of the Central Business District. Open floor plan with 12-foot ceilings, accent walls designed by HighStreet, custom closets and walk-in pantry by California Closets, original exposed brick walls, and gas fireplace. A true cook's kitchen offers well-designed cabinets and GE appliances, open to living spaces. Newly finished rooftop deck offers spectacular view of city and sunsets. Second floor master suite with walk-in closet and custom designed dressing room with ample storage; jetted tub, walk-in shower with Kohler rain-shower and hand-held wall sprays. Two-car assigned parking in attached garage. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Great American Ball Park

With just over 42,000 seats, close views of the playing field, and different food and entertainment options, the Reds home offers a contemporary baseball park with an emphasis on customer satisfaction. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Great Clips

Locally owned, this salon offers great haircut at a great location at a great price.

Great Clips

Great Clips stylists provide an affordable, quality haircut in a comfortable, friendly salon. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

Greater Cincinnati Police Museum

The Police Museum collects and presents history and artifacts of more than 100 municipal, county, state, and federal law enforcement agencies who have, for more than 200 years, served 8 contiguous counties of Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. Free admission.

Greenwich on the Park

Located on Piatt Park, with 64 units as studio, one and two-bedroom apartments with French balconies, and discounted parking garage. Residents enjoy the 'Total Towne Package,' which includes a beautifully landscaped rooftop garden complete with fountain and heated pool, fitness center, club and meeting rooms, half-court basketball, table tennis, pool table and indoor driving range.

Greg Emery Salon

Haircuts. Pre-holiday hair shape ups. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

Gronauer Furs

Furs, storage, repair, alterations and fur trimmed leather clothing.

Groton Lofts

Created out of two distinguished early 20th-century buildings and winner of Cincinnati's Preservation Award. 42 units with high ceilings and unique windows as studio, one and two-bedroom apartments. Discounted garage parking available. Residents enjoy the 'Total Towne Package,' which includes a beautifully landscaped rooftop garden complete with fountain and heated pool, fitness center, club and meeting rooms, half-court basketball, table tennis, pool table and indoor driving range. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Guardians of the City

April 1, 2013 marked the 160th anniversary of the Cincinnati Fire Department, the first fully paid professional fire department in the nation. This mural honors that treasured local legacy and illustrates, from left to right, the evolution of the Cincinnati Fire Fighters from 1853 to 2013. Notice the bucket brigade to the left, which shows how they safeguarded our City before modern pumps; the engine in the middle, which reflects our fallen fire fighters in fond remembrance; and the ambulance beside the engine to the right, a nod to the emergency medical services our fire department also provides. ArtWorks mural created by Paul Loehle in partnership with Cincinnati Firefighter Union, 2013

Hair Art Studio

Walk-ins welcome.

Hair Care Unlimited

Haircuts, manicures and pedicures. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Hair@633: Jan Hirlinger

Hair color including full color, highlights, balayage, hair painting, ombre; haircuts for women and nen; Brazilian blow-out; texture perms; extensions.

Hair@633: TLP Hair Design

Master Designer, WELLA Hair Color Specialist, Kerastase and Sebastian trained.

Hale Justis Lofts

Thirty spacious lofts in historic downtown building with architectural details, over-sized windows, high ceilings, city views, indoor parking, equipped kitchens, laundry facilities and more. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Hampton Inn & Suites

The Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Cincinnati is a tastefully appointed hotel that features modern conveniences suited to the savvy business traveler, and is situated near many recreation areas for leisure guests. Take advantage of free WiFi in all public areas, and stay connected with services like printing, faxing and audio/visual equipment rental in the free business center. Energize with a work out in the contemporary fitness center. Wake up refreshed to enjoy fresh-baked waffles at Hampton's free hot breakfast buffet, buy snacks, drinks and sundries in the 24-hour convenience mart, and enjoy free tea and coffee 24/7 in the welcoming lobby. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Handzy Shop + Studio

Handzy is a curated retail shop, featuring women’s clothing, lifestyle accessories, paper goods, gifts, & more. Handzy's sister store, Gumdrop, located just next door, offers children's clothing, toys and accessories.

Hannaford Market

Hannaford Market features a casual dining atmosphere with both grab-and-go and made-to-order options.

Harmony Plant Fare

Offering vegan deli style sandwiches and salads, specializing in hand-crafted seitans and vegan cheeses.

Haru Korean Restaurant

Haru serves traditional Korean dishes, including dolsot bibimbap, bulgogi beef, soups, stir fries and Korean appetizers. Haru also features a full bar with beer, wine, spirits and cocktails. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Hathaway Stamp & Identification

Custom rubber stamps, office supplies and signage. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Hathaway's Diner

Soups, sandwiches and old fashioned shakes. Counter service. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Heist Fish & Poultry

Fresh fish and seafood delivered several times a week, plus organic chicken (fresh or frozen). Specialty seafood items include squid, octopus, eel and soft-shell crab. Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm

Hellman Clothiers

High-end menswear, featuring designer clothing, tailoring, and custom suits from East Coast and European designers, including Italian menswear brand Corneliani, and the German luxury brand Brax. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Hello Honey

Homemade ice creams and sorbets made fresh in their shop using natural ingredients. Flavors rotate weekly. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Hemingway Carriages

Horse-drawn carriage rides in downtown Cincinnati. Weddings, corporate events, private parties, special events and fundraisers. Friday and Saturdays, plus special occasions.

Heritage Bank Center

Home to concerts, family entertainment and sporting events.


Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Herzog Music

Herzog Music is a new music collective and emporium designed to bring together the regional music community and welcome visiting musicians to participate in our rich and diverse music scene, located in the building historically marked spot where the first Cincinnati R&B was recorded under Henry Glover for King Records and Hank Williams Sr. cut classics like “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry.” Herzog Music offers vinyl records, music instruments, repair, lessons and more!


A mixed-modern interior design studio and urban lifestyle store. Located near the corner of Liberty and Reading.

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Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza

An Art Deco masterpiece since 1931, listed as a National Historic Landmark and a Historic Hotel of America. Located in the center of the Carew Tower complex. AAA Four-Diamond hotel with 561 renovated guestrooms including 73 suites. 40,000+ square feet of meeting space with three ballrooms. including famed Hall of Mirrors, and 28 additional spaces. Full gym with indoor pool, Jacuzzi, 20+ ellipticals and treadmills, weigh machines and aerobics room. Connected by Skywalk to Convention Center and retail shopping. Free wi-fi throughout the hotel. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Historic John Evans House, The

This historic property, built in approximately 1840, features renovated two-bedroom flats and a townhouse with contemporary finishes, cork floors and the latest amenities.

Holiday Inn & Suites

This 117-room hotel is a full service property with a restaurant, bar, in-room dining, indoor pool, fitness center, and 2,800 sq ft of flexible meeting space. Valet parking or self-parking available at one of two adjacent parking garages. The hotel is home to the restaurant, Spoon & Cellar.

Holiday Spirits and Forty Thieves

A dive bar and restaurant, offering a menu of Arab and Israeli street food including falafel, beef shawarma and grilled chicken in a pita or on hummus, with other items like roasted beets and soup. The bar features 15 beers on tap and a menu of about 10 different cocktails ranging from a tequila old fashioned and a Hurricane to a Cinnabon-inspired drink and their take on a Harvey Wallbanger.

Holtman's Donuts

Started in 1960 by Charles Holtman, Holtman's Donuts has carried on through the years by continuing commitment to their high standards and producing a high quality product. Recognized by the Readers' of Cincinnati Magazine as being the Best Doughnuts in Cincinnati (2012).

Holy Grail Tavern & Grille

Sports bar serving lunch and dinner with 31 hi-def TVs and 35 beers, 20 on tap. Outside patio on both sides of its corner location and three large garage doors open up. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks


Columbus-based apparel company known for the vintage look and feel of its made-in-the-USA T-shirts, hats, and other accessories featuring sports, music, politics and popular culture. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

HomeComing - Blue Birds

Charley Harper, one of Cincinnati's most accomplished and celebrated artists, studied and taught at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. It was there he met his wife Edie and they continued to make Cincinnati their home, starting a family and sharing an art studio. Charley's favorite subject was the natural world and he worked in a style he called "minimal realism." This particular work is based on "Homecoming (Bluebirds)," a painting done in his minimal, geometric style and is symbolic, depicting two bluebirds - male and female - returning home. ArtWorks mural, created by Charley Harper and Jenna Upstick, 2012 Streetcar Stop #5: JACK Casino station, Court & Main

HomeMakers Bar

A slightly retro, mostly modern embodiment of everyone’s favorite house party, with a cocktail menu featuring twists on retro classics that highlight low-proof and unique spirits. HomeMakers Bar also hosts vinyl DJ’s for nights of revelry and dancing.

Homewood Suites

An ideal base for business trips and longer vacations, Homewood Suites by Hilton, is conveniently close to the central business district, and offers easy access to local shops, restaurants, recreational areas and numerous golf courses. Wake up to a free full hot breakfast every morning; and unwind over included dinner and drinks at the Evening Reception (Monday - Thursday). Suites offer HDTVs, complimentary WiFi access, work space, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a full kitchen. Also includes a 24-hour fitness center and a 24-hour business center with printing, copying and faxing.

Hop Ping Hog

Serving Chinese-American comfort food, including General Tso’s Chicken, Mongolian Beef, and other favorites.

Horse & Barrel Bourbon House

Horse & Barrel is more than just a bar, it is an experience for both the seasoned bourbon drinker and the "Greenhorn" to sit back, relax and enjoy the only spirit native to the United States. Offering 1 and 2 ounce pours along with bourbon cocktails, craft beers, wine and savory snacks.

Humler & Nolan

Seller of Rookwood Pottery and an industry leader in Art Pottery and Art Glass with two auctions held annually. Upcoming auction pieces available on view year-round.

Hustler Express

Wide selection of DVDs and grab-and-go items.

Hustler Hollywood

Sensual oils, lingerie, novelties, Hustler apparel, videos, DVDs, magazines, books and other gift items. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati

Set directly in the heart of downtown, connected to the Duke Energy Convention Center and Saks Fifth Avenue, Hyatt Regency Cincinnati is perfectly located blocks from restaurants, shopping, the ballpark and football stadium. With one restaurant, a bar & all-day dining one-stop shop, plus free WiFi and an indoor-heated pool and 24/7 Fitness Center, this is the perfect space for both business travelers and those spending a weekend trip exploring the city.

I Have a Dream of Peace

This work of art titled was brought to life through a collaboration of more than 400 children and adults from the community in 2002. Through a partnership between the Peaslee Neighborhood Center, the Art Academy of Cincinnati, and Miami University's Center for Community Engagement, lead artist Suzanne Fisher collected images of peace submitted by neighborhood residents and local artists. Fisher refined the images and transferred them to the bench, working with children to teach them how to transfer the images to a clay slab, how to glaze and fire the tiles, and the technique for applying the images to the bench.

I Love Cincinnati Shoppe

Cincinnati-style gifts and souvenirs. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Ice Cream Daydream

This fantastical mural brings youthful energy and vibrancy to the district of Over-the-Rhine. A love for color and candy awaken the imagination where a diamond sun rains strawberries on a dessert-filled garden. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main ArtWorks mural created by Amanda Checco, 2010

Ida's Candles

Hand poured, natural soy blend candles and tarts.

Idlewild Woman

A lifestyle boutique with inspiring goods for your life, style, and home. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine


Multiple levels with "party zones" and a second floor indoor-outdoor balcony. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Illest Salon Sneakers Sports

Illest is both a salon and sneaker shop located in the Historic West Fourth District in Downtown Cincinnati.

In Between Tavern

With its outdoor patio, it's a favorite spot to gather before and after Reds games. A year-round local hangout. Streetcar Stop #2: 4th and Main

Indigo Hippo

Indigo Hippo is a thrift store for art supplies and gallery, that focuses on creative reuse and supports mentorship and visual arts programming.

Ingalls Building

Cincinnati architects Alfred Elzner and George Anderson revolutionized the construction industry in 1903 when this 16-story steel-reinforced concrete tower was built by Ferro-Concrete Construction Co. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

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Gourmet grab-and-go offering a variety of freshly made breakfast and lunch selections, including customized salads, paninis, and brick oven pizzas with unique and healthy ingredients. Also offering gelato and Starbuck's coffee. Located in the Westin Hotel atrium. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Inner Peace Holistic Center

Swedish massage, hot stone massage, Thai foot massage, reflexology, energy work, waxing, facials, classes and much more.

Insomnia Cookies

Insomia Cookies sells an assortment of nine traditional cookie varieties, including chocolate chunk, snickerdoodle, double chocolate chunk, sugar, M&M, double chocolate mint, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter chip, and white chocolate macadamia.

International Barber Stylists

Full service salon for men, women & children, all hair types. Walk-in's welcome.

International Mosaic

Mosaic of dry pressed, bevel-edged brick pavers (Whitacre-Greer) meant to depict the diversity of skin tones among humans. Created by Human Nature Inc., 2003

Iris BookCafe

Buys and sells used and collectible books and records. Cafe menu features natural, locavore foods from vegan to salmon, smoothies, ice cream, coffees and teas. Secret garden. Photo exhibitions. Wi-fi. Open for Final Friday Gallery Walk.

Isaac M. Wise Temple

Historic Plum Street Temple, dedicated in 1866 and restored in 1995. Isaac M. Wise was the founder of Reform Judaism and of Hebrew Union College, also located in Cincinnati.

Izzy's on Elm

Cincinnati's favorite corned beef and potato pancakes -- provided with 'loud' service.

J. Gumbo's

Classic Cajun and Creole cuisine served fast. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

J.E. Gibbs Cheese

Cheeses, butter, eggs, homemade fudge. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Jack Brown's Beer & Burger Joint

A bar that focuses on fantastic burgers, paired with a selection of craft beers.

JACK Cincinnati Casino

This premier gaming, entertainment, and dining destination features more than 2,000 slot machines, 85 table games and a 31-table World Series of Poker room. The property offers nearly 33,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space, and an outdoor event space. In addition to top-notch catering services, JACK Cincinnati Casino features Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, Prism Steak & Seafood, Bobby Flay's Burger Palace, 24-Hour Basil Leaf Pizza, Starbucks, several bar and lounge options, and Market District Buffet.

JACK Swag Shop

Shop for JACK merchandise, clothes, jewelry, and sundries

Jack Wood Gallery

The finest in quality vintage posters and graphic art from the late 19th century and early to mid-20th century.

Jackson Lofts

Contemporary lofts in an old laundry building, 25 units. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

James A. Garfield Monument

Twentieth U.S. President James A. Garfield is one of two native sons honored in Piatt Park. Garfield took the oath of office in March 1881, was shot by an assassin in July and died in September. A canal boat operator and preacher from Cleveland, Garfield is captured here by Niehaus as a greater orator. The sculpture originally stood in the middle of Vine Street, but by the early 1900's had become an obstacle for traffic and was moved into Piatt Park. Created by Charles Henry Neihaus Streetcar Stop #16: The Public Library

Japp's Since 1879

Features classic and innovative new craft cocktails, homemade ingredients, coffee beverages and bottled craft beers. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Jeff Ruby's

New York-style steak house, lively bar and memorable atmosphere. Live entertainment Tu-Sat; no cover. Reservations recommended. Cigar patio. Located near the Aronoff Center. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Jefferson Social

A neighborhood bar and restaurant serving Mexican street food. The bar features more than 25 bourbons and 16 taps rotating domestic and craft beers. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Jim Brofft Salon Central

Hair salon. Walk-ins welcome. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Jim Stephens' Foreign Car Service

Foreign automotive repair service. Family-owned and operated since 1978.

Jimmy John's on E. Freedom Way

Gourmet sandwich shop, bread baked in-house everyday, with fresh meat and vegetables sliced in-house.

Jimmy John's on Vine

Gourmet sandwich shop, bread baked in-house everyday, with fresh meat and vegetables sliced in-house. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Joe Morgan

Baseball's Greatest Second Baseman. Cincinnati Reds 1972-1979. Sculptor: Tom Tsuchiya Material: Bronze Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Joe Nuxhall

With a wartime player shortage affecting rosters throughout baseball, Joe Nuxhall got the chance of a lifetime. At 15 years, 10 months and 11 days old, the high-school hurler took the mound for the Reds at Crosley Field and became the youngest player in modern history to debut in the major leagues. After the brief appearance, Nuxhall was sent to the minors but returned to the majors for good in 1952. He was Reds from Pitcher in 1944, 1952-60, 1962-66. He forged an All-Star career that spanned 16 seasons and included 135 wins and a 1968 induction into the Reds Hall of Fame. Sculptor: Tom Tsuchiya Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Joella's Hot Chicken

A Nashville iconic food with a sweet-mean flavor that you will not forget. Hot chicken takes your traditional Southern fried chicken and gives it spirit by adding different levels of spice blends that creates a flavor explosion that will keep you coming back for more. The restaurant serves side dishes such as creamy mac and cheese, sweet vinegar slaw, garlic fries and kale crunch salad. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

John Street Lot

Open-air lot accessible to John St on the north side of W Third St.

Johnny Bench

. Baseball's Greatest Catcher. Cincinnati Reds, 1967-1983. "I don't want to embarrass any other catcher by comparing him to Johnny Bench." - Sparky Anderson. Sculptor: Tom Tsuchiya Material: Bronze Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Katy's Nails

Full service nail salon. Streetcar Stop #5: JACK Casino station, Court & Main

Keene's Olympic Garage

Evening rate of $5. $6 all day for compact cars. Visa/MC/Discover. Owned by Keen Investment Inc. For more information contact Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Kidd Coffee Co.

The Kidd Coffee Company is a locally-owned family business specializing in coffee drinks, and also serves gourmet soups, salads, and sandwiches.

Kim Dao's Alterations

Altering and tailoring for men and women for over 25 years. Streetcar Stop #16: The Public Library

Kinsey Flats

New York-style lofts in three converted warehouses. Lofted bedrooms, industrial style railings, 14' ceilings, stainless steel appliances, concrete countertops and hardwood floors. Secured building entries; underground parking.


An urban boho-chic retailer, selling candles, jewelry, apparel and more!

Kitty's Coffee on E. Court

Specialty coffees, teas and pastries. Streetcar Stop #5: JACK Casino station, Court & Main

Kitty's Coffee on E. Fourth

Specialty coffees, teas and pastries.

Kitty's Sports Grill

Distinctive sports bar and grill located across the street from Paul Brown Stadium. Daily drinks and food specials.

Knockback Nat's

Full bar. Sandwiches and appetizers with quick service. Kitchen open late. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Know Theatre of Cincinnati

Founded in 1997, Know Theatre produces contemporary theatre. A mainstage season of plays and musicals occurs August to May each year. In addition, Know produces the Cincinnati Fringe Festival, every June, and tours Calculus: The Musical! nationwide. Facility features a 99-seat main theatre and a versatile lobby area with a small stage and a full bar called The Underground. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Koch Sporting Goods

Cincinnati's largest and oldest sporting goods store. Specializes in custom decoration.


A retail shop offering sustainable, eco-friendly home and lifestyle products.

Koop Diamond Cutters

Manufacturer of fine wholesale and retail jewelry. Offering services from custom design to jewelry repair. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Korporate Kutz

Barbershop and hair salon providing hair cuts, facials, eyebrow waxing, hair styling, facials, lashes/makeup, and shaves. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Kroger on the Rhine

Full-scale grocery scale and second floor food hall.

Krohn Conservatory

An indoor botanical garden operated by Cincinnati Park Board, showcasing more than 1,000 plant species from around the world, featuring a desert room, palm room, fern room, orchid room and Bonsai display. Gift shop offers plants, gardening accessories and gifts for gardeners and lovers of nature. Admission varies according to the events and shows. Free parking.

Krueger's Tavern

Inspired by the taverns of old, Krueger's Tavern is a neighborhood restaurant and bar, featuring house-made sausages, and a formidable selection of canned, craft brew. Named for the first canned beer in the U.S., Krueger's Tavern will have over 75 can varieties in-house. Sandwiches with artisan bread from Sixteen Bricks, shareable bar snacks , a selection of salads, and beer and gin cocktails round out the menu.

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La Ofrenda

La Ofrenda Tequila offers 130 tequilas, mezcals, and other agave spirits in an intimate setting, as well as other cocktail options. They also serve a small food menu, focused primarily on tamales and Spanish soups.

Lackman, The

Stylish but casual neighborhood bar featuring exposed brick and modern charm, flat screen TVs, and handpicked music on the jukebox. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine


Lalo serves Latin dishes with an Asian influence. Menu items include chorizo potstickers, an Asian dumpling stuffed with chorizo, chicken curry empanadas, and many other delicious items. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Lane & Kate

A carefully curated a store full of high quality pieces created locally & domestically by independent artists or artisan groups, including jewelry, gifts, home goods & lots of pretty little things.

Latitude and Longitude

In a raised flower bed of the plaza stand two companion pieces purchased by the Federal Reserve from Seeman, an instructor at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. They are like lines of a drawing in space, and their forms are reminiscent of armillary spheres, instruments once used by ancient astronomers to display the relationships between celestial bodies. These instruments made of solid rings, all circles of a single sphere, are now most often seen as ornaments in formal garden settings. Created by Rebecca Seeman in 1995 Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Law and Society

Barna von Sartory, a Berlin-based sculptor and architect, won the competition to commemorate the Cincinnati Bar Association's 100th anniversary. His design uses the basic building blocks of architecture to create a ceremonial gateway. The posts of polished stainless steel and lintel of rough-hewn Indiana limestone symbolize the balance between nature (rocks) and technology (steel) and the mutually supportive relationship between our laws and social structure. Created by Barna von Sartoy in 1972 Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Le Lieu

A women's boutique, with carefully curated merchandise focusing on both style and quality.

Learn Play Grow

This mural celebrates cultural and educational activity in Over-the-Rhine. The diverse community in OTR creates opportunities for exchange of ideas, mentorship and collaboration. The abundance of urban community gardens inspire beauty and create a nurturing environment where youth can learn, play and grow. ArtWorks mural created by Emily Storch, 2011, in partnership with Peaslee Neighborhood Center

Leftcoast Modern

Leftcoast Modern is a decorative arts store that specializes in modernist and classical modernist pieces (1950s-1970s). Leftcoast Modern has provided many pieces for period movies shot in and around Cincinnati. It sells everything from paintings to furniture to pottery to sculpture.

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Libby Shop

Clothing store and jewelry studio.

Liberty's Bar & Bottle

A craft beer and wine bar and retail shop. 20 rotating draft handles, 40 craft beer bottles/cans, 60 bottles of wine and 15 glass pours of wine.

Library Friends Shop

Used books, greeting cards, stationery, puzzles, toys and educational games, literary items, bookmarks, jewelry, office accessories and much more. Operated by the Friends of the Public Library and all proceeds are used to support library programs and resources. Extended Holiday Hours November 29 to December 23: Monday through Friday 10am to 6pm; Saturday 10am to 4pm and Sunday 1pm to 5pm. Streetcar Stop #16: The Public Library

Lindner Family Cafe

Located at the Taft Museum of Art, the cafe offers freshly prepared entrees, quiche, soups, sandwiches, salads, and desserts. Artful menu items inspired by current exhibitions. Seating available inside and outside in the beautiful garden. Reservations recommended.

Little Mahatma, The

Jewelry, folk art and traditional artifacts from cultures around the world. Open for Final Friday Friday Walk until 8pm. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Little Nemo in Slumberland

Winsor McCay was a well-known American cartoonist and animator and in 1891 he moved to Cincinnati, where he spent nine years making posters and other advertisements for local businesses and museums – linking his unique style to Cincinnati. This mural is located at 917 Main Street and joins the Cincinnati Masters Mural Series which also includes: John Ruthven’s “Martha, The Last Passenger Pigeon”, Charley Harper’s “Homecoming (Blue Birds)”, and Tom Wesselmann’s “Still Life #60”. Artist: Winsor McCay Streetcar Stop #5: JACK Casino station, Court & Main

Lloyd Library and Museum

Bringing science, art and history to life, the Lloyd Library and Museum is free and open to the public. It houses more than 200,000 volumes with a focus on botany, pharmacy, alternative medicines, and horticulture. Visit the brand new Lloyd Gift Shop.

Locoba by Platform

A tasting room for the Platform Beer Co., specializing in coffee, beer, cocktails, as well as food options all day. Brewing on-site consists of small batches made in barrels.

Lofts at Fountain Square, The

Luxury, loft-style living in a secured building located half a block from Fountain Square. Walking distance to downtown's most popular destinations. Spaces feature gourmet kitchens with designer cabinetry, granite counter tops and Bosch stainless steel appliances. Garage parking and tax abatement. Contact Tim Hinde 515.615.5850 Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Lofts at Shillito Place

Award-winning restoration of the former Shillito and Lazarus department stores created 97 studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom, two-level townhomes ranging from 588 to 2,243 square feet. Historic grand atrium. Discounted garage parking available. Residents enjoy the 'Total Towne Package,' which includes a beautifully landscaped rooftop garden complete with fountain and heated pool, fitness center, club and meeting rooms, half-court basketball, table tennis, pool table and indoor driving range. Cost: High- $2,025 Low-$850. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center


A low key cocktail bar and cafe with expertly crafted drinks, rock solid beer and wine and old world inspired food, including bread from Sixteen Bricks as well as a selection of charcuterie and cheeses. Food offerings are rotated as seasonal items become available from local farms.


Losanti offers steakhouse favorites like prime filet mignon in addition to other non-steak entrees like pan-roasted salmon and double pork chops, plus sharable sides like charred broccoli.

Lost & Found OTR

Neighborhood cocktail bar in a creative, art-filled environment. with an inventive drink menu and small bites.

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Low Spark

Low Spark features a laid-back, '70s vibe, with specialty cocktails, four wines, a dozen beers on tap, and an octopus named Sheila. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Lucca Laser Workshop

Lucca is a retail store and studio that specializes in natural wood decor, gifts and custom design.

Lucius Q

A barbecue, bourbon, and beer hall, serving smoked meats like pulled pork, Memphis-style ribs and Southern-inspired side dishes, as well as vegetarian options such as smoked tofu. Lucius Q offers a full bar, with an emphasis on canned beer and bourbon.

Luken's Fish, Poultry and Seafood

Fresh fish and seafood flown in daily. Fresh poultry, too, Sauces, breadings, dips. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race


Your friend with a car. Download the Lyft app for iPhone or Android, and get a friendly, affordable ride within minutes. Just tap a button, and you’ll get picked up by a Lyft driver. When the ride ends, the app automatically charges your saved credit card. No need to carry cash.

Lytle Park

One of 70 neighborhood parks managed by the Cincinnati Park Board featuring a statue of Abraham Lincoln, a gift to the City of Cincinnati by the Charles Phelps Taft family, presented to the city by former President Wm. Howard Taft in 1917.

Lytle Tower

Contemporary apartments in a distinctive high rise. 113 units as studios, one and two-bedroom apartment homes. Parking available.

Mabley Place

A 775-space Downtown parking garage at Fourth and Race Streets.

Macaron Bar

The only bakery in Cincinnati dedicated exclusively to French macarons. The lineup consists of several core flavors complemented by seasonal flavors, so you can always try something new. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Machine Room Grille at Great American Ball Park

Full service restaurant and bar serving contemporary cuisine. Open when gates open for Reds home games. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Mackie Quality Meats

Custom-cut beef, pork and pork ribs, processed beef items and fresh Amish poultry. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Macy's Garage at 222 W. Seventh St.

Macy's Inc. Garage at 7 W. Seventh St.

$2 after 5pm

Madison's of Findlay Market

Organic produce including exotic mushrooms, fingerling potatoes, fresh fruits and vegetables in addition to a selection of organic cereals, eggs and milk. On Saturday, organic coffee, donuts, soups and sandwiches are available. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Madonna's Bar & Grill

The pool table and friendly bartenders make Madonna's a favorite spot for locals. Opens early on Sundays during Bengals season. Kitchen open for lunch and from 9pm-1am. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Main Auction Galleries, Inc.

Downtown's only auction house, in business since 1870. Conducts weekly auctions as well as specialty and major catalogue actions.

Main Event

Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Main Library / Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton Cty.

The Main Library is part of the Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County, a county-wide system also including 40 branch libraries, making it one of the largest and busiest in the U.S. Open daily, it spans two city blocks and is a downtown hub serving on average 25,000 people each week. Its dynamic new service model emphasizes convenience and increased access to technology through the TechCenter, TeenSpot, Homework Central, Children's Learning Center, Popular Library, Information & Reference, and top-ranked Genealogy & Local History departments. Streetcar Stop #16: The Public Library

Main Street Collages

A series of three murals between 13th St. and Liberty St. inspired by and building upon the cultural vibrancy of Main St. This first mural of stacked buildings (pictured here) was inspired by architecture found in OTR and represents a supportive and growing neighborhood. At Woodward St. find a colorful tall bike, representative of the active bike culture in OTR. At 14th St. a goat head stands for the tradition of Bockfest and local beer craft. First mural at corner of 13th and Main.

Maize OTR

Authentic Latin American cuisine, including arepas and empanadas, with vegetarian and vegan options. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Mak's Convenience Store

Snacks, soft drinks and more. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Mama Lo Hizo

Mexican style food stand in the west wing of the Market house. Offers burritos, tacos, Mexican lasagna, fresh salsas, guacamole and chips, queso blanco, flan, and Mexican imported drinks. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Mama Made It

Stop by Findlay Market to find your favorite kettle or gourmet popcorn flavors, with old favorites and some new delectable ones. Also soft serving ice cream, sundaes, floats, icees, cotton candy, and more. Store open Thu-Fri, 10am-4pmy Sat, 8am-6pm; Sun, 10am-4 pm. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

MamLuft&Co. Dance

Non-profit modern dance company, directed by its founder Jeanne Mam-Luft with performer-collaborators have assembled from across the country. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center


Hip women's clothing, accessories, art, antiques and gift boutique, featuring upscale and vintage merchandise with all proceeds going to charity.

Maplewood Kitchen and Bar

Offering breakfast and lunch, as well as a cold-pressed juice bar, high-end espresso cocktails, and a full bar. Dinner and Sunday hours coming soon.

Market Wines

Fine wines, microbrewed and imported beers, wine accessories. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Martha, The Last Passenger

Martha, the last passenger pigeon, lived out her last days at the Cincinnati Zoo. Despite efforts to save what was once the most numerous bird species in America, Martha died in 1914. Almost one hundred years later, Cincinnati remains committed to wildlife preservation thanks to local organizations like the zoo and Cincinnati Nature Center, and wildlife artist and conservationist John A. Ruthven, dubbed the 20th Century Audubon. This mural reproduces an original masterpiece by Mr. Ruthven that shows Martha and her flock soaring over the historic Bird Run at the Cincinnati Zoo, and serves as a daily reminder to downtown residents, workers and visitors of the importance of wildlife conservation and the reality of extinction. ArtWorks mural created by John A. Ruthven and Tim Parsley, 2013 Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Maumee World Traders

Offering handcrafted local items, as well as a large assortment of Fair Trade goods from nations around the world. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Maverick Chocolate

A craft bean-to-bar chocolate maker, with the factory and store located at Findlay Market. Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm

Mazunte Centro

Inspired by Mexican street food, Mazunte offers tacos, tostadas, tortas as well as tlayudas, described as a Mexican pizza, a partially fried tortilla covered in refried beans, a choice of protein and toppings like lettuce, avocado, cheese and salsa.

McAlpin on Fourth, The

Located on historic Fourth Street between Race and Vine Street with amenities that are upscale, stylish, sophisticated and impressive. Club room, media lounge, business center, outdoor rooftop terrace featuring a fireplace, fountain and outdoor kitchen. Five and six story interior atriums, concierge service, gym membership, and two levels of secure parking. A Cincinnati landmark transformed into 62 luxurious residences ranging in size from 1100 square feet to over 3300 square feet with stunning interior finishes including lofty 12 to 14 foot ceilings, upscale bamboo wood flooring, imported Studio Becker Cabinetry, and some with private outdoor balconies. For more information call Joseph Moritz at 513.484.1888

McCormick & Schmick's Banquet Room

160-seat banquet facility located on the second floor of the Westin Hotel overlooking Fountain Square. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant

Offering a menu that changes daily with more than 30 seafood options, hand-crafted cocktails, and a focus on customer service. Ask about the $1.95 happy hour menu. Outdoor dining. Valet parking available. A 160-seat banquet facility is located in the Westin Hotel. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

McFarland Lofts

Two bed/two bath units featuring storage and outdoor space. Indoor secured first floor parking and private outdoor spaces. Contact Denise and Alan Guiducci with Coldwell Banker West Shell at (513) 703-2353.

MD4ME, Inc.

A premier physician-owned integrative medical practice specializing in direct primary care and integrative family medicine. The focus will be on the patient and how the physician and patient can work together to achieve optimal health and wellness, without the hassles of insurance. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Mecca OTR

A neighborhood bar featuring various forms of art, including murals, drawings, sculpture and installations. Mecca also houses a vintage Americana apparel and memorabilia shop.

Memorial Hall

Opened in 1908, this magnificent Beaux Arts facility commemorated the soldiers, sailors, marines and pioneers of Hamilton County, Ohio. Contains a 612-seat concert hall, featuring a stage with a proscenium arch and original frescoes and stencilwork. Additional rooms ideal for receptions, meetings and small gatherings. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Memorial to Firefighters

This figurative sculpture is dedicated to all Cincinnati firefighters whose lives have been lost in active service. Driesbach, Art Academy of Cincinnati faculty member, created the sculpture using a local firefighter as the model. The memorial was based upon an earlier design by Fire Lieutenant Paul B. Kathmann who was killed in the line of duty two years before its Memorial Day dedication in 1968. Created by Walter Driesbach in 1968.

Memorial to Police

Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 69 spearheaded this commemorative project dedicated to the police and canine killed in the line of duty from 1846 to the present and to all those who have served in law enforcement. At the center of a plaza of memorial bricks stands a vigilant uniformed policeman created by Bradford. Adjacent granite markers provide information about the police and project donors. District 1 of the Cincinnati Police Department is located across the street from the memorial. Behind the Police Memorial and on the south wall of the WGUC/WCET building is a community mural project from the late 1970's depicting characters from popular public television programs. Created by Kenneth Bradford in 1990

Mercantile Library

Dating from 1835, the city's oldest library houses a historic, constantly renewed collection of books and art in its landmark Reading Room. The city's literary center produces author events, discussions, forums, and concerts throughout the year, attracting diverse audiences united by interest in books and reading. Adesso Coffee Cart, Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Mercer Commons

One and two bedrooms, town homes and flats. Some tax credits units.

Mercer III Townhomes

Single family homes offering 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with amazing roof top decks in a prime location on Mercer St - just steps aways from the entertainment district of OTR.


Metro is Southwest Ohio's fixed route bus service. Providing about 17 million rides per year, Metro brings approximately 20% of downtown Cincinnati's workforce into the city.

Metro PCS

Phones, accessories and repairs.


Metropole offers a contemporary take on old world fireplace cooking techniques in the 21c Museum Hotel. Led by executive chef Michael Paley, the menu focuses on dishes cooked in a custom-built wood-burning fireplace. A showcase for the region’s sustainable farmers and producers, Metropole’s ever-changing menu features hearth roasted meats, fish and vegetables; grains; and housemade charcuterie. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

MiCA 12/v

Contemporary and unique items ranging from lamps and rugs to tea sets, scarves, and jewelry. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Mike & Carol Trotta

Custom and ready made clothing, accessories, and fine apparel for men and women. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Mike's Meats

Frozen chicken patties and nuggets, lunch meats, frozen convenience foods, candy. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Mikey's Late Night Slice

Late-night pizza parlor known for its giant, foldable pizza slices and unique menu items like the Pizza Dog (hot dog stuffed with pepperoni and cheese, wrapped in pizza). Salads are also available. Oddfellows Liquor Bar, located in the same space, is open from 4pm-2:30am daily.


Drinks and friendly atmosphere. Located in Mt. Auburn.

Mimi's Egg Rolls

Offers delicious eggrolls and curry bowls in Findlay Market.

Minges Candy

Wholesale candy distributor. Special holiday hours. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square


Eclectic, farm-inspired menu focuses on foods and beverages of Spain and Latin America, with tapas, ceviches, cured hams, cheeses and large plates.

Moerlein Lager House

Serving lunch, dinner, and of course, Moerlein beer from a two-story restaurant on the riverfront. Flatbreads, burgers, salads, rotisserie items, and steaks, many items inspired by their brewing history. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Montgomery Inn Boathouse

People have Montgomery Inn's ribs shipped to them across America. Here you can have them with a view of the Ohio River. Lots of Cincinnati sports memorabilia completes the decor. Outdoor dining.


Cincinnati's entrepreneurial home base for budding businesses, pop-up shops, and more! Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Morton's the Steakhouse

Specializing in classic, hearty American fare, Morton's serves USDA grain-fed prime-aged beef, fresh seafood and chicken entrees and desserts. Reservations are recommended. Private dining facilities overlooking Fountain Square for groups 10 to 100. Morton's Bar 12.21 offers plasma screens, the popular Bar Bites menu, and early and late happy hours M-F. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square


Offers the newest sounds from Cincinnati and beyond, food and a courtyard.

Mr. Dynamite

James Brown is regarded as one of the most iconic and influential musicians of the 20th century. Brown spent the formative years of his career on the Cincinnati-based King Records label producing some of his earliest hits and providing inspiration and guidance to a generation of musicians. An innovative and widely respected composer and stage performer, he played a major role in the development of funk, soul, and hip hop, and was a strong, outspoken advocate for civil rights and black self-empowerment. This mural was created in partnership with Urban Sites. Designer: Jenny Ustick Project Manager: Jenny Ustick Teaching Assistants: Derek Toebbe, Christopher Beiting

Mr. Pitiful's

Neighborhood bar with live music on occasion.

Mr. Sushi

Classic sushi rolls, hand rolls and special rolls. Located on Sixth Street along Restaurant Row. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Mr. Tarbell Tips His Hat

This mural features a true Cincinnati original, Jim Tarbell, dressed as Peanut Jim Shelton, the peanut vendor who famously served his customers wearing a tuxedo and top hat at the old Crosley Field and Riverfront Stadium. Here, Mr. Tarbell is tipping his hat, welcoming visitors to the City of Cincinnati Thanks to the Gateway Merchants Group ArtWorks mural by Tim Parsley, 2009 Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Mt. Kofinas

Local to both Cincinnati and the village of Stavies on the Greek island of Crete, Mt. Kofinas, olive oil is made hours after olives are picked. Infused flavored olive oil and balsamic vinegars are a specialty. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Murrelle's Florist

Specializes in pick-me-up bouquets. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Music Hall

Built in 1878 with private money raised from what is believed to be the nation's first matching grant fund drive, historic Music Hall contains one of the largest and most acoustically perfect concert halls in North America, the 2,500-seat Springer Auditorium. Home to performances by the Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati May Festival, and Cincinnati Symphony / Pops Orchestras, Music Hall also houses a variety of meeting and reception spaces, including the Ballroom (one of the largest event spaces in the city and home to the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ), Corbett Tower, and the Taft Suite. Tours available - (513) 621-2787 Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Music Hall Parking at 1201 Elm St.

Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Music Hall/Private Dining

Music Hall/Private Dining Built in 1877 for the Cincinnati May Festival, Music Hall contains one of the largest and most acoustically perfect concert halls in North America, the 3,397-seat Springer Auditorium. Also within Music Hall: the Ballroom (one of the largest event spaces in the city), Corbett Tower and the Critic's Club. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm


A women's boutique offering hand-picked clothing from sellers in Los Angeles and New York, as well as beauty and styling services with an in-house make-up artist.


Mood lifting, drool worthy, Mexican-inspired food & drink with heartfelt hospitality. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Nation Kitchen & Bar

Nation serves as a tribute to the rich history of this city and neighborhood. Serving burgers, specialty tots, and a full bar, much to the chagrin of its namesake Carrie Nation, no doubt. Now serving weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am - 2pm.

National Steamboat Monument

Whistle Grove artist: Christopher Janney Rising above the concrete slopes of Cincinnati's Public Landing is a three-story, 60 ton, exact replica of the original red paddle wheel from the American Queen riverboat. It is positioned about 40 feet off the ground, above a series of 24 metal smokestacks in what is known as the Dan and Susan Pfau Whistle Grove. The smokestacks showcase the importance of steam in the early days of riverboat travel and the relevance that riverboats played in the early history of Cincinnati. Different sounds are triggered by passing by the various columns, including calliope music, a steamboat whistle and voices of river veterans talking about the rigors of life on the Ohio. All of the columns emit steam, generated by boilers in a nearby steam room

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Opened in 2004 and located on the riverfront, it tells the stories and circumstances of 19th-century slavery and the people who sought to escape it via the Underground Railroad, a network of sympathizers who helped slaves escape to freedom. The Center also explores the importance of freedom in today's world. Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Neil Luken Meats

Located in historic Findlay Market on the Elm Street Side, Neil Luken Meats specializes in choice beef as well as quality pork, and poultry, along with lunch meats and cheeses. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

New Lines Alleyway

This mural series was created in partnership with Keep Cincinnati Beautiful to strategically curate and introduce colorful contemporary art to the neighborhood of OTR and to help reduce blight, improve the perception of alleyways, beautify surroundings and, ultimately create a more vibrant and walkable community. The goal of the New Lines Series is to spark the curiosity of passersby, inviting them to explore and engage with the alleyway system and improve the existing perception of the alleys. OTR Alleyways bordered by: Main, Liberty, Thirteenth and Sycamore Streets Artists: Denise Burge, Courttney Cooper, Matt Coors, Michael Coppage,Lizzy DuQuette, Hollis Hammonds, Terence Hammonds, Philip LaVelle, L.D. Nehls, Lyndon Probst, Catherine Richards, Loraine Wible

New Prospect Baptist Church

New York Groceries

Offering various food and drink options, toiletries and other household items. Streetcar Stop #6: Hanke Exchange Station, 12th & Main

Newberry Lofts on 6th

Modern style for these one and one bedroom with office lofts. Features include hardwood-like floors, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and open layouts. Historic renovation of the JJ Newberry Building. In the center of it all in the heart of Downtown Cincinnati, only one block from Fountain Square. Short walking distance to parks, restaurants, entertainment, both ballparks, and OTR. Come join the renaissance in Downtown Cincinnati!

Newkirk's Barber Salon

Walk-ins welcome.

Nicholson's Tavern & Pub

The city's first and finest gastropub featuring the authentic Scottish pub atmosphere and warm hospitality found in a traditional public house. The creative tavern cuisine is partnered with a carefully crafted beverage program. Outdoor dining. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Nicola's Italian Ristorante

Traditional Tuscan cuisine in contemporary atmosphere.

Nina's Yoga & Wellness

Yoga studio located in the Historic West Fourth District, offering yoga classes, including hot yoga.

Ninth & Plum Lot at 900 Plum St.

Ninth and Plum Parking

$3.00 daily.

No Place Like Home

This mural is a tribute to items that many take for granted but are hugely important to the impoverished and homeless, including those Tender Mercies serves. The life-sized door in the middle conveys a sense of "home," as Tender Mercies provides long-term housing and services to the mentally handicapped homeless. The items that radiate out mimic a mandala - a traditional circular art form that is itself a heartfelt personal journey, with patterns that correlate to parts of the psyche. ArtWorks mural created by Kenton Brett, 2013, in partnership with Tender Mercies Inc. Streetcar Stop #7: 12th & Vine

Nobby Custom Tailors

Since 1946, producing only the finest hand-tailoring services for men, women, and children. The experienced staff customizes your garment to fit perfectly. Also offers silk ties, casual and dress shoes, and shirts.

NOLI Modern Italian Kitchens

NOLI Modern Italian Kitchens is Cincinnati, Ohio's modern Italian kitchen design and builders. At NOLI, we design your kitchen around you, for how you cook, live and entertain. Your NOLI kitchen is your canvas, a masterwork of form and function, of materials, color and movement, of aroma and sound. Streetcar Stop #10: Findlay Market - Elm

Noodle 8

Noodle 8 offers 8 entrees priced at $8. This late-night dining option is at the Asian station in the Market District Buffet. Entrees include Pho, Pad Thai, and much more.

Northside Distilling

Northside Distilling houses production fermenters and stills, with a bar offering signature cocktails featuring their whiskey, moonshine, vodka, and bourbon products. Northside Distilling is also open for tours and events. Streetcar Stop #15: Central Parkway

Nostalgia Wine & Jazz Lounge

Nostalgia is an intimate jazz lounge, wine bar located in the heart of OTR, offering over 40 wines by the glass and/or bottle (eight of which are on tap!) with a focus on highlighting women & minority winemakers and producers.

O'Malley's in the Alley

The second oldest bar in Cincinnati is a local favorite for those looking for a bite to eat, have a drink, or gear up or cool down from watching the Reds or Bengals. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Oasis Face Bar

Oasis Face Bar is a new open concept skincare bar that focuses on quick and effective facials without all the fluff typically associated with a spa experience, providing services to deliver only the most important aspects of a facial using cutting edge technology and naturally derived skin care products.

Ohio Book Store

Five floors of used and vintage books. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main


OKTO, opening in the summer of 2021, offers Mediterranean fare.

Old St. Mary's Church

Roman Catholic church.

Ollie's Trolley

Popular burgers available for carry-out or dining at adjacent picnic tables.

Ombre Gallery

Ombre Gallery specializes in contemporary art jewelry by artists and metalsmiths across the United States and around the world. Our mission is to exhibit innovative works using both traditional and non-traditional materials, techniques and subjects, while serving as a conduit to highlight the relationship between art, craft, fashion, and design.

Omnimax Theater

A newly renovated state-of-the-art movie theater showing specially created features on a five-story, 260-degree domed screen that surrounds audiences and immerses them in the experience. Subjects range from natural wonders and space flight to rock-and-roll and exploration of unusual locales. Located in Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal.

On The Shoulders of Giants

ArtWorks mural by Scott Donaldson, 2008

One Lytle Place

High-rise apartment tower with luxury one- and two-bedroom floor plans and balcony views of the city and riverfront. Complimentary shuttle service, dry cleaning pick up and a fitness center. Indoor parking, full-service amenities.

One Mercer

Distinctive modern architecture showcased in the heart of the historic Over the Rhine neighborhood, One Mercer is the cornerstone of the Mercer Commons project. Located in the 1300 block, One Mercer represents twelve premiere 2 bedroom/2 bath condominiums with stunning “walls of glass” architecture that will define the Vine Street fenestration of the development. Units range from $575-$2,200.

Orchids at Palm Court

AAA Five-Diamond fine dining in spectacular 1930s French art deco setting in National Historic Landmark Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza. Seasonally updated menu by Executive Chef Todd Kelly with local ingredients including from the hotel's rooftop herb garden and beehives. Forbes Four Star rated and OpenTable's Top 100 in USA; Afternoon Tea Saturday (check website for current schedule). Complimentary valet parking. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

OTR Bagel Bar

Serving New York-style bagels and sandwiches with traditional toppings, plus some unique flavors, including a s'mores bagel with marshmallow fluff, cream cheese and graham cracker and a pretzel bagel with sauerkraut cream cheese and chicken schnitzel. Also serves soups and salads.

OTR Brewery District

The Brewery District Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation is a non-profit organization committed to making the Brewery District a healthy, balanced and supportive neighborhood economy by preserving, restoring and redeveloping our unique brewing history and historic urban fabric.

OTR Candy Bar

Satisfy your sweet cravings with artisan and bulk candies that are sourced both locally and nationally, along with a soda selection that is a mix of modern favorite and retro styles.

Over the Rhine: Into Its Renaissance

This mural is inspired by architectural details, landmarks and the community spirit found in Over-the-Rhine. Incorporated into the design are working hands, painting and planting - representing a growing and diverse community. ArtWorks mural created by Jenny Upstick, 2008

Over Vine

A new upscale lounge with modern decor located in the Westin Hotel on the skywalk level overlooking Vine Street. Handcrafted cocktails, wine and beer (including local brews); also appetizers, grilled panini sandwiches and salads. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Panera Bread

A bakery-cafe offering pastries, sandwiches, and salads. Free wi-fi. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Papa John's

Fresh, never frozen original dough, with all-natural sauce, veggies sliced fresh daily, and 100% real beef and pork.

Paper Wings

This shop specializes in giftable paper related products including stationery, cards, wrapping paper, journals, planners, fine writing utensils & design based office products. Paper Wings also hosts revolving, monthly exhibits of local artists’ work on paper.

Paragon Salon & Day Spa

Full service salon and spa that offers a variety of services to rejuvenate mind, body and spirit. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Park Hall

Six spacious apartments overlooking Washington Park. Streetcar Stop #14: Washington Park

Park Place at Lytle

Downtown's largest condo renovation, located next to the Taft Museum in Lytle Park. Walk to Sawyer Point, Newport, Mt. Adams and all downtown museums, restaurants, shops and events. A luxury building with all the amenities, fitness center, doorman, 'The Taft Club on 4', atrium, rooftop garden and more. Contact Christine Schoonover, Sibcy Cline (513) 235-8662.

Parker Flats

New building construction with distinctive steel and concrete design. Glass exterior walls complement the loft-style units, which feature exposed concrete floors, steel beams and open mezzanines. Unique features include 16-foot-high ceilings, granite counters and a private, covered parking garage. Glass walls retract and raise to create indoor and outdoor space. Contact Mark Osterday at Comey and Shepherd Realtors (513) 470-7112 or


Located directly across from Washington Park, and offering unbelievable views from each of the units, the condos of Parksite offer high end amenities, private entrances and a shared roof top deck. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Parvis Lofts on Vine

Studio, one, two and three bedroom units featuring top quality finishes and preserved historic features such as Rookwood Tile fireplaces. Personal laundry facilities, stainless steel appliances, solid surface kitchen counter tops, hand finished white oak hardwood flooring throughout. Also, courtyard grill and gathering center, adjacent secure parking, the lobby electronic information center and free Cincinnati Bell fiber WiFi. Units from 475sf studio to 2,025sf three bedroom townhouse.

Paul Brown Stadium

Home of the Cincinnati Bengals, Paul Brown Stadium has a seating capacity of more than 65,000. PBS is also home to the Bengals' administrative offices and training and practice facilities and the Bengals pro shop.


A state-of-the-art event space located inside the Horseshoe Casino.

PCA Lot at 1001 Plum St.

Special Event only $5.00.

PCA Lot at 1014 Central Pkwy.

$3.00 daily.

PCA Lot at 1113 Elm St.

$3.00 daily.

PCA Lot at 327 W. Court St.

Special Event only $5.00.

PCA Lot at 500 Eggleston Ave.

$6.00 daily.

PCA Lot at 701 Plum St.

$3.50 daily.

PCA Lot at 901 Main St.

$11 daily.

PCA Lot at 917 Elm St.

PCA Lot at 918 Elm St.

$3.50 daily.

Peace Bell Lot *1805

Pedal Wagon

A 15 person, pedal powered, rolling party. Reserve the entire Pedal Wagon, or just part of it, and enjoy themed tours or route options ranging from an evening pedal party pub crawl to a daytime historic tour. Beer and wine are available to be served on board while touring Cincinnati. Streetcar Stop #18: Fountain Square

Pendleton Art Center

The 'world's largest collection of artists under one roof' is open on the final Friday of each month (6-10 p.m.) when artists' studios are open to the public, offering an opportunity to view creative art space and purchase one-of-a-kind artwork directly from artists. Second Look Saturdays follow the Final Friday Gallery Walks.

Pendleton Glass House Lofts

Converted warehouse-style condos in the heart of the Pendelton District. Garage parking, floor-to-ceiling windows, modern amenities and finishes, and tax abatement. One and two bedroom condos with large entertaining and living areas. Exposed brick, concrete and hardwood floors, and spacious ceilings.

Pendleton Mapped

This life-sized street map of Pendleton tells the 200-year story of a neighborhood within a city, dating back to 1803. The colored architecture shown still exists, including the former School for Creative and Performing Arts, the Pendleton Art Center and the tower clock by The Verdin Company, while the gray buildings remind us of what buildings once stood in Pendleton. Additionally, areas of raw exposed brick pay homage to the historic beauty of brick itself. ArtWorks mural created by Barbara and David Day, 2013, in partnership with Pendleton Art Center

Pendleton Parlor

Pendleton Parlor offers traditional creamy whip ice cream with the addition of edible cookie dough, as well as espresso and ice cream fusion drinks and baked goods.

Pendleton Pilates

Private, semi-private and group equipment classes, as well as mat classes, massage therapy, private and small-group yoga instruction. Free parking in adjacent Pendleton Square parking lot.

Penn Station

Submarine sandwiches, fresh-cut fries, and hand-squeezed lemonade, all prepared fresh in full view of the customers using the finest ingredients. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Pepp & Dolores

A casual Italian restaurant featuring house made pastas, carefully curated wines, and a balance of cherished family recipes with fresh, vibrant flavors.

Pet Athletic Club, The

A downtown-based doggy daycare offering daycare, boarding, training, grooming, dog food delivery, dog walking, and pet taxi services to the downtown Cincinnati area. Digital cameras throughout the facility allow you to see your dog throughout the day. PAC staff members are either qualified trainers, behaviorists, or vet techs.

Pet Wants Kitchen

Quality, nutritionally complete and balanced line of pet food made in Ohio and sold by the pound. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Pet Wants: The Urban Feed Market

Quality, nutritionally complete and balanced line of pet food made in Ohio and offered by the pound. Also pet toys and accessories. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Pete Rose

Pete Rose, known as "Charlie Hustle" for his hard-charging style, became one of the greatest players in the history of professional baseball and retired as the all-time leader in hits, games and at-bats. A Cincinnati native, he is well-regarded as one of the greatest past Reds, and as such, this statue was dedicated to him on June 17, 2017. 100 Joe Nuxhall Way Streetcar Stop #1: Cincinnati Cyclones station, The Banks

Petscapes Resort and Spa

Full service pet spa, with services including a massage bath with specialty shampoo and conditioner, blow dry and de-shedding treatment, nail clipping, ear cleaning, and haircuts.With add-on services including flea treatment, medical shampoo treatment, nail grinding, teeth brushing, and more.

Philip Bortz Jewelers

Located downtown since 1980, Philip Bortz carries the finest cut and lowest prices on GIA certified diamonds. Also, gemstone, gold, sterling silver, and pearl jewelry, plus watches and watch and jewelry repairs, and jewelry appraisals. Streetcar Stop #4: 8th & Main

Philippe Haas Bespoke Tailoring

Bespoke tailoring for men and women. Streetcar Stop #5: JACK Casino station, Court & Main

Pho Lang Thang

Vietnamese cuisine featuring pho soup, banh mi sandwiches,Vietnamese iced coffee, a rotating dinner menu as well as a full cocktail bar. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Piatt Park

A gift to the city in 1817, Piatt Park is Cincinnati's first park and now it's also Cincinnati's first park with free wi-fi access; managed by the Cincinnati Park Board. Streetcar Stop #17: The Aronoff Center

Pins Mechanical Co.

Pins Mechanical Co. is a modern "beercade" offering craft beers and cocktails along with pinball, duckpin bowling, shuffleboard, ping pong and foosball games.

Piston Society

Selling urban and adventure moto related gear, art, local goods, and unusual items in an urban boutique setting, including a select variety of motorcycles for rent, as well as urban scooters such as Vespa. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm


Pitaya offers fresh, affordable fashion, with a rotating inventory that changes every week. Pitaya stocks women's clothing, including denim, dresses, rompers and sweaters, as well as accessories, jewelry, handbags and sunglasses. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm

Planet Fitness

Planet Fitness carries the mission to enhance people’s lives by providing a high-quality fitness experience in a welcoming, non-intimidating environment. Planet Fitness offers free fitness training to all members with certified fitness trainers, circuit training, tanning, massage and spa-inspired locker rooms.

Play Library

Play Library is just like a regular library but instead of books, we lend games and toys. Designed for kids and adults, Play Library's goal is to connect families, friends and communities through play. We offer over 1,000 games and toys including: game night games, gamer-y games, toys of all kinds, seasonal outdoor sports equipment and event rentals like giant Jenga, Big Wheels. Permanent Cincinnati Toy History Museum on-site. Host birthday parties, baby showers and creative off-site meetings. Streetcar Stop #9: Liberty & Elm


A neighborhood restaurant focusing on natural wine, approachable Midwestern food & crafted coffee. Streetcar Stop #8: 14th & Elm


Please is focused on delicious and creative dinners. Vegetarian, pescetarian, omnivore & gluten free menus always available.

Plum St. Cafe

Homemade soups, sandwiches and salads. Lunch M-F 11-2. Special hours during Bengals season. Wi-fi.

Plum Street Pet Clinic

Downtown's first and only veterinary clinic for dogs, cats, gerbils, hamsters, ferrets, and small birds. Dr. Bob Biederman, Jr., DVM.

Poke Hut

Poke (Hawaiian fish salad) is simply the best fast-casual food around. Poke Hut offers a healthy, fast-casual dining option that uses fresh, real ingredients with a sustainability emphasis, specializing in poke bowls, pokirittos (poke burritos), and bubble tea drinks.

Police Welcome Center

Home to the Cincinnati Police Department's Special Events and Central Business Section units.

Pontiac Bourbon & BBQ

Barbecue restaurant, offering Memphis-style ribs, North Carolina pulled pork, and smoke meats, with Southern-style sides (bacon fat grits, mac & cheese) and vintage-style tiki glasses.


Formerly known at the 4th Street Boutique, Portaluca sells women's new and gently used clothing and accessories. The proceeds support Dress for Success Cincinnati's services to disadvantaged women. Weekly sales promotions and events, such as the Designer Sale offer one-of-a-kind fashion finds for every woman's style and budget. Convenient parking options include off street, All Pro Parking between 4th and 5th or the Whex Parking Garage. The Donation Receiving Center is open on Thursdays at 208 McFarland between Elm and Plum from 10am-6pm and the first Saturday of the month from 10am-2pm.

Potbelly Sandwich Works

Sandwiches, salads, soups and hand-dipped shakes, malts and smoothies. Delivery available.

Prime Cincinnati

Prime Restaurants invites you to experience steakhouse and seafood dining at its finest, with an extensive wine selection and outstanding service, using only the finest, freshest ingredients, masterfully prepared in recipes designed to engage all of your senses. Along with its fine cuisine, Prime Cincinnati also offers live music Wednesday through Saturday evening and Friday from 12-1:30pm.


Sophisticated steak and seafood dishes served in imaginative ways in JACK Cincinnati Casino's most elegant restaurant.

Prost to Cincinnati

Cincinnati has a brewing heritage that overflows with rich traditions, history and pride – all of which are celebrated in this new installation series that joins three other large-scale murals along Cincinnati’s Brewery Heritage Trail. This is the third consecutive year of partnership between ArtWorks and the Brewery District Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation. Other murals in this series include: “Grain to Glass”, “Revival” and “Cheers to Cincy Past and Present.” Artist: Jim Effler Prost to Cincinnati is a partnership with The Brewery District Urban Redevelopment Corporation


PRVLGD is an upscale, classy and sophisticated venue that caters to the fashionable working professional. Poetry and Jazz are two of PRVLGD's main attractions throughout the week (Wednesday & Thursday).


Pursuit sells their own brand of in-stock and custom men's suits, along with all the dress shirts, ties and accessories that come with.

Quan Hapa

Asian street food.

Queen City Club

Private dining facility.

Queen City CrossFit

A strength and conditioning gym providing a program that is safe and effective.

Queen City Exchange

A stock market-themed bar in downtown Cincinnati featuring 41 taps. Prices fluctuate based on demand until 9pm. Beer, house cocktails, shots, wine and the freedom to bring in whatever appetizer or entree you're craving every day of the week.

Queen City Radio

Queen City Radio is a bar and beer garden located historic Over-the-Rhine. At this watering hole, we serve up: fine spirits, great beer, delicious food and a friendly atmosphere. Our goal is to give folks a fun and comfortable place to be social, have a work meeting or catch a game.

Queen City Square Garage

Queen City Wine & Spirits

State Liquor store with wine, beer, mixers and spirits.


Rad OTR is Cincinnati's newest vintage clothing spot. Located in Over-The-Rhine (OTR), Rad OTR hopes to bring the 80s and 90s back to Cincinnati in a big way. Rad OTR also showcases a shoe wall, where customers can come shop shoes from not only the 80s and 90s, but also the newest released shoes in the hottest brands.

Radius at The Banks

New Riverfront development on The Banks. The best address in downtown Cincinnati, with studios to two bedrooms available now. Ask about preferred employer discounts. Unmatched amenities: 24/7 Fitness Center and yoga/spinning studio with Fitness On Demand, club room, and direct access to parking garage.

Raya Lebanese Restaurant

Mediterranean cuisine featuring appetizers, salads, pita wraps, entrees and more. Vegetarian options. Gyro, Falafel, Shishkabob and Baklava.

Reason & Faith Building

Four luxury apartments overlooking the Public Library gardens. Parking available.

Rebel Mettle Brewery

Independently owned craft brewery in Downtown Cincinnati.

Red Fox Grill

Double-decker sandwiches.

Red Roost Tavern

More than two dozen farms, distilleries and purveyors throughout Ohio and Northern Kentucky supply the restaurant with hormone-free meats, organic produce and high-quality beer and spirits. In addition to its farm-to-table style menu, Red Roost Tavern features a contemporary environment for patrons. An open kitchen and warm colors complement tabletops and accents made with local, reclaimed wood, and various seating configurations provide accessible dining options for business meetings, happy hour gatherings, private events and more.

Reds Team Shop

Official store of the Reds offering gifts and souvenirs.

Renaissance Apartments at the Power Building, The

Century-old newly renovated building (listed on National Register of Historic Building) has individual units with 8' windows and 12' ceilings, ceramic tile in baths and kitchens, and triple insulated soundproofing. Building amenities include private garage, rooftop terrace, fitness center, lounge, billiards room, washer/dryer in unit, business center and full-time on-site professional management and maintenance staff. Contact Mallary Sheldon or Rick Siska.

Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel

The new Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel is designed to showcase stately elegance with a modern touch. This luxury hotel provides a historical feel with its unique guest suites. The 14,000 square feet of meeting space make it the perfect destination for large group events, social gatherings, and business functions. D. Burnham's varied menu and casual atmosphere offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Fitness center and complimentary Wifi in lobby and public areas

Reserve at 4th and Race

Historic architecture meets modern living at The Reserve at 4th and Race in Downtown Cincinnati. The former home of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, our one and two bedroom apartment homes for lease in the Central Business District have retained the charms of this historic landmark while undergoing a contemporary upgrade. Recipient of the 2013 Rehabilitation Award from the Cincinnati Preservation Association, we’ve created the city’s most desirable address.

Residence Inn Cincinnati Downtown

A new all-suite extended stay hotel housed in the historic Phelps Building overlooking Lytle Park. Extended-stay amenities include complimentary hot breakfast, evening socials, free high-speed Internet and full kitchens. Spacious studio, 1 and 2 bedroom suites offer 60% more space than traditional hotel rooms. The Phelps Bar offers small bites and a wine bar ambiance and the newly opened Top of the Park offers a rooftop bar with views of downtown Tuesday-Thursday evenings.

Revel OTR

Revel OTR is an urban winery that features a few varietals of wine made on premise as well as other small/family owned wineries throughout the U.S. The winery and bar also serves simple snacks, such as olives, meats and cheeses.


In partnership with the Brewery District Community Redevelopment Corporation. Inspired by Cincinnati’s rich brewing history and undeniable resurgence, this mural celebrates the contribution beer-making has made to the development of our City and heralds its promise to the future of our region. This mural features workers – one from the past, the other from the present – as they place a crown on a beautifully crafted beer representing the pride of the Queen City. Cincinnati brewers carved out their livelihoods from the rolling Ohio River hills, turning raw materials and initiative into good beer and a great City. This mural welcomes visitors and marks the gateway to Cincinnati’s revitalized Brewery District, a significant and nationally recognized historic neighborhood. Designer: Keith Neltner Project Manager: Nate Weikert


Rhinegeist is a brewery located in the Over-The-Rhine historical district. Their first batch of beer was brewed on June 8th, 2013. Streetcar Stop: #11 Brewery District


The only sports bar in Over-The-Rhine, located on 12th St between Main and Walnut. A neighborhood/dive bar feel with 12+ TVs for your sports viewing pleasure.

Richter & Phillips

Family owned and operated jewelers since 1896. Along with diamonds and high-end jewelry, Richter & Phillips also offers appraisals, engraving, jewelry repairs and custom design work. Now located at 601 Main Street (across from previous location).


This mural was created in partnership with Cincinnati’s Rhinegeist Brewery and showcases the beauty of the brewing process. Moving from bright oranges to deep blues, and including circular pattern involving the different phases of hop growth, this mural is symbolic the brewing process loved by all in the craft beer community. 1919 Elm St.

Riverfront Choice Tickets

Independent ticket agency for concerts and events.

Riverfront Club at the Great American Ball Park

Within the Reds home stadium, a setting with panoramic views for pre-game meals or dining during games. Year-round accommodations for both business functions and social events.

Riverfront Rise

This mural was created in partnership with the Duke Energy Convention Center and like many installations at the Convention Center, this one continues the theme of “Cincinnati” and “The River”. The work of art showcases the Cincinnati skyline and how it has changed over a century of time. 525 Elm St.

Riverside Vineyard

This mural inspired by a Godfrey Frankenstein painting at the Cincinnati Art Museum, portraying a scenic river valley landscape connecting Downtown to the natural beauty of this region. ArtWorks mural created by Tim Parsley, 2008

Rivertowne Properties

A variety of one- and two-bedroom apartments and historic townhomes in the downtown area.

Rock Bar and Lounge

Music and drinks in the heart of the casino floor.

Roebling Bridge

When built in 1866, this was the longest span of its type in the world and served as a prototype for Roebling's Brooklyn Bridge.

Roly Poly Sandwiches

Gourmet wraps, soups, and salads for those on the go or right at your desk, with dine-in, pickup, delivery, and catering services.

Ron Hamilton Photography

Rookwood Pottery Co., The

Founded in Cincinnati, and located in a 100,000 square foot facility. Production and showroom are open.


A curated shop featuring furniture, home decor, and various unearthed arcana from the Midwest.


Combines modern men's grooming techniques with classic barbershop elements.Services include haircuts and the Signature 7 Step Facial Shave.

Rooted Juicery

Grab-n-go food and juice options, a full coffee and matcha bar, and smoothies and acai bowls made to order.

Rooted Juicery

Offering a variety of hand-pressed juices and healthy food options, located at Findlay Market. Streetcar Stop #12: Findlay Market - Race

Rosedale OTR

Rosedale is a neighborhood bar, featuring a pool table, classic arcade games, an outdoor bocce ball court and dog friendly patio. There's a standing $3 menu that rotates monthly with a selection of beers, shots and cocktails. The upstairs has been converted into a private bar rentable for parties and is open to the public on weekend nights.

Rover the Rhine

Rover the Rhine is a doggy day care and veterinary clinic, providing a safe and fun-filled space for your dog to play, remain active and social.

Ruth's Chris Steak House

Founded in New Orleans by Ruth Fertel in 1965, it specializes in USDA Prime grade steaks broiled at 1,800 degrees and then served on a 500 degree plate. Also enjoy New Orleans-inspired appetizers, fresh seafood and desserts. Happy Hour M-F

Sacred Beast

Offering diner-style food from breakfast to late night dining, as well as a coffee-to-go bar.

Saigon Market

Imported products from China, Vietnam, Thailand, Japan and the Phillippines. Wholesale available.

Saigon Subs & Rolls

Saigon Subs and Rolls serves Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches in pork, chicken, beef and tofu as well as spring rolls and chicken and beef pho. It also serves Vietnamese iced coffee and bubble tea.

Saks Fifth Avenue

Women's and men's designer clothing, sportswear, shoes, accessories, cosmetics, fragrances, and jewelry. Connected to Mabley Place and the Carew Tower via Skywalk. Valet parking available. Convenient parking at the dunnhumby garage at Fifth and Race streets.


Chef Jose Salazar celebrates the changing of the seasons with a farm inspired menu that is creative and refined, yet, playful and approachable, with craft beers, cocktails and wines.

Salem United Church of Christ

Salon Beck

Salon offering hair, nail, waxing and makeup services.

Salzano & Sons

Full service barber shop in the lobby of Atrium I, offering haircuts, straight razor shaves, and beard trims.

Samuel Adams Taproom

Located in the former Warner Brothers Film Center, across from the Samuel Adams production facility, the taproom serves exclusive Sam Adams beers brewed on-site and offers growler fillings. The taproom also features a large outdoor patio.

Sawyer Point

A mile long park along Cincinnati's riverfront featuring award winning landscaping, a performance pavilion, concessions, 8 outdoor tennis courts, 3 sand volleyball courts, a world class playground, a dynamic water feature, and bike rentals. Managed by the Cincinnati Park Board.

Sawyer Point/Bicentennial Commons


New York style lounge with hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, and a 30' mahogany granite ice bar. Music by guest DJs and a VIP lounge, plus happy hour and appetizer menu.

Schmidlapp Event Lawn

An event lawn within the new Smale Riverfront Park featuring live music and more.

School for Creative & Performing Arts, The

A comprehensive award-winning arts education school for students in grades K-12, blending academics with the arts. Their new state of the art building is at Twelfth and Elm Streets.

Schwartz Building

Renovated five-story building, with16 two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments and four three-bedroom, two-bathroom units that will range from about 900 square feet to 1,300 square feet. Rates $1,400 to $2,150. Contact Jim Moll at 513-623-2001 or Pam Thomas at 513-515-9668.


Serving provincial Italian cuisine since 1912. Cozy atmosphere with tile mosaic walls and candle wax melting over wine bottles. Reservations accepted. Casual attire.

Scripps Garage

Self-Portrait, Elizabeth Nourse

Elizabeth Nourse was a Cincinnati native from Mt. Healthy, and a graduate of the McMicken School of Design, now known as the Art Academy of Cincinnati. After completing her education, Nourse was offered a teaching position at the art school, but did not accept because she had bigger plans for her future as an artist. She moved to Paris with her sister to establish her career as a professional painter. Her self-portrait was painted in 1892 and shows the artist looking directly at the viewer. This type of gesture was more commonly used to depict male subjects at the time because it evokes strength and dominance, two characteristics rarely attributed to women. Through this mural we celebrate the life and accomplished career of Elizabeth Nourse, a masterful figure in the history of art. Designer: Elizabeth Nourse Project Manager: Eric Ruegg Teaching Assistants: Atalie Gagnet, Mary Claus and Christopher Beiting


Eclectic menu offerings in a hip setting with gourmet hot dogs as a highlight. Full bar.

Seven at Broadway

Seven at Broadway is an undeniable, architectural masterpiece and home to some of the most beautiful downtown living spaces in the city. Luxury apartments with incredible views sit atop eight stories of convenient parking, while a rooftop terrace provides an awe-inspiring outdoor entertainment experience. Just steps from downtown’s central business and entertainment districts, Seven offers its residents a truly unmatched living experience.

Seven Chefs Buffet

Options to match any appetite, the buffet features seven specialty stations including Italian, American, Shuffle, Carving & Rotisserie, Asian, Salad and Pastry.

Seven Vessels Ascending/Descending

These vessels are carved from 150 to 200 year old English Oak and are arranged to align with specific positions of the sun. The largest vessel, the one with no charring, is aligned with true south, casting a beam of light through a carved slot each day at “true” noon. (In Cincinnati true noon is 1:38 pm in summer and 12:38 pm in winter. ) Created by David Nash in 2007

Shanghai Mama's

1920s-style Shanghai noodle shop. Late night dining.


Cleverly integrated within the architectural niches of the Duke Energy electric substation, this mural is composed of six beautifully painted antique lightbulbs; these nostalgic focal points allude to the identity of the building itself (Electric Substation). The bulbs are ultra-realistic and emphasize the delightful and unique characteristics of the glowing filaments, combining the elegance of art with the innovation of science. This mural was created in partnership with Duke Energy & The Duke Energy Foundation. Designer: Tim Parsley Project Manager: Paul Loehle Teaching Assistant: Mary Claus

Shop at the Taft Museum of Art

Books and gifts related to the Taft’s collections and special exhibitions as well as stationery, toys, home décor items, one-of-a-kind jewelry, scarves, and other accessories.

Sibcy Cline Metropolitan

Located in the heart of downtown and specializing in metropolitan Cincinnati. Contact Chris Secaur at (513) 543-5702

Silver Ladle

Sandwiches, soups, salads, and Cincinnati-style chili.


Gourmet coffees, bulk teas and spices, dried fruit. Deli salads, pickles, prepared salads and oils. Bakery goods, fresh pasta. Imported and domestic cheeses and sausages. Breads, pate, dairy goods.

Silverglades Deli & Grocery

Deli items, produce, meats, salads, imported cheeses, hot meals to-go, wines, coffee bar. Inside seating.

Simply Grand

A fast and casual restaurant for breakfast and lunch with a focus on sandwich, salad and soup offerings. Also high quality grab and go items.

Simply Rolled Ice Cream

The shop offers made-to-order ice cream creations with a vegan-friendly option and over 20 toppings and mix-ins. It also offers 10 signature ice cream rolls such as the Pina Colada, Buckeye Madness and seasonal rolls like Orange Rollsicle and Cotton Candy Fizzaz.

Sing the Queen City

This sculpture greets people as they enter Cincinnati via the Roebling Bridge. The words that make up this sculpture were borrowed from the poem "Seven Hills and a Queen to Name Them", which lies at the center of CincyInk, an interactive, citywide celebration of love, manifested through a poem, tattoos and urban art installations.

Singing Mural

This mural is a fantastic ode to the Queen City's rich arts and cultural legacy. Designed by nationally renowned artist and Cincinnati resident C. F. Payne, this cast of characters represents the community coming together in celebration of the arts. What song do you think they are singing? ArtWorks mural by C.F. Payne and Jenny Ustick, 2011

Sinton Flats

Sinton Flats offers one bedroom plus den apartments with updated kitchens, 14 foot ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors and decorative marble fireplaces. Sinton Flats is considered to be the earliest remaining luxury apartment building in Cincinnati which was built in 1874.

Sixth & Elm Garage at 609 Elm St.

Sixth & Race Apartments

Contemporary one- and two-bedroom apartments. Balconies, washer/dryer in each unit, 24-hour fitness center.

Sky Landscape II

By Louise Nevelson, 1980 Sky Landscape II is an abstract sculpture created by Louise Nevelson, grand dame of 20th century American sculptors, and commissioned by Federated Department Stores for their corporate headquarters on Seventh Street. In 1993, more than a decade after its dedication, the sculpture was given to the city and moved to the library plaza where in direct sunlight the intricate shadows against the black forms can be seen and appreciated. The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County - Main Branch 800 Vine St.

Skyline Chili at 1001 Vine

Cincinnati-style chili and coneys - a local favorite. Special hours before reds and bengals home games.

Skyline Chili at 643 Vine

Cincinnati-style chili and coneys - a local favorite. Special hours before reds and bengals home games.

Skyline Chili on E. 4th

Cincinnati-style chili and coneys - a local favorite. Special hours before Reds and Bengals home games.

Sleepy Bee Cafe

Sleepy Bee is a gathering place that offers locally sourced sustenance - food that tastes, makes you feel, and is, good. In an environment that is embraces the beauty of it's community, through it's design and featured artistry. The menu and specials crafted by Chef Frances Kroner strike a balance between traditional comfort foods made with locally sourced ingredients, healthy options and bright flavors.

Sloane Boutique

Fashion-forward women’s clothing and accessories boutique that caters to the edgy and urban woman who embodies an effortless chic style.

Smale Riverfront Park

The new Smale Riverfront Park has revolutionized Cincinnati’s historic downtown riverfront—transforming it from unused land to a destination park with an innovative, fully accessible playground, splash and play fountains, event space, Carol Ann’s Carousel, a giant foot piano, family-sized porch swings, rose garden, picnic tables, Moerlein Lager House restaurant and brewery, stage and event lawn, bike center, a section of the Ohio River Bike Trail, the Black Brigade Monument, Labyrinth and even a Portland Loo.

Smith & Hannon Bookstore

Smith & Hannon is Cincinnati's only free standing African American bookstore. They have a selection of non-fiction and fiction titles including biographies, autobiographies, history, children and young adult, poetry, religion and spirituality, as well as first editions.

Smooth Cincy Coffee

Smooth Cincy Coffee serves delicious craft nitrogen-infused (nitro) cold brew coffee, as well as nitro teas and lemonade. There are 12 taps of nitro beverages available, ranging from black coffee (Grind) to lightly sweetened coffee with almond milk, such as Elevate (cinnamon and vanilla), Buzz'n (hazelnut and honey) and Dark Side (dark chocolate). Nitro teas include Charm (Southern-style sweet tea) and Rise (green tea with jasmine flowers and honey).

Soapbox Salon

Hair services and facial waxing. Complimentary beverages. Accepting walk ins and new clients. First time discounts with select designers.

Sophia's Deli & Restaurant

Homemade macaroni and cheese, fried fish sandwiches, deli sandwiches, salads. Daily specials.


A hardcore Italian trattoria with a focus on craft. A place of casual intimacy and communal romance. Now open for lunch Monday through Friday.

Southbank Shuttle

Travels the riverfront cities of Newport, Cincinnati and Covington in style.

Spa at 21c

Includes signature facials by RéVive skincare as well as massages and body wraps. Want to indulge? A number of packages are offered, combining massages, hydrating facials, bath rituals, invigorating body scrubs, soothing scalp treatments, nail services, bath treatments and body scrubs will take your relaxation to the next level.

Space Walk

This mosaic mural, originally created in 1970, is one of only three ceramic tile murals by Charley Harper on permanent display in Ohio. The inspiration for the mural is credited to the mid-century fascination with space travel and all things intergalactic and is a departure from Harper's more nature-oriented artwork. In 2015, the mural was restored and opened to the public during a ceremony that honored Harper as an influential national artist with a lifetime love for his adopted hometown. Restoration of the mural was completed by local artists of Koverman Mosaic, who manufactured custom replacement tiles for the damaged lower edge of the mural and installed the new tiles.

Spoon & Cellar

The restaurant offers classic sophistication in a modern dining setting, with house-made dishes, 16 beers on tap, and an extensive wine list. Located inside the Holiday Inn & Suites.

Spruce Natural Nail Shop

A nature-friendly nail salon, featuring locally made & designed, all natural, eco-friendly, toxic-free products and polishes during each service, and Ohio's first toxic-free nail salon.

St. Anthony Village

Non-profit community developer, rehabbing buildings in Over-the-Rhine to offer quality apartments for low-income renters through Renter EquitySM. Residents participate in Renter Equitysm by fulfilling the terms of an occupancy agreement which includes monthly resident association meetings and responsibilities for maintenance of the common areas and landscaping. Units feature historical elements included in innovative, energy efficient designs by local architects. Some communities have shared lawn and picnic area.

St. Francis Seraph Church

Historic church, dedicated in 1859, operated by Franciscan Friars of St. John the Baptist, Province of the Order of Friars Minor.

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church

Roman Catholic Church operated by the Jesuits.

St. Louis Church

Roman Catholic Church.

St. Peter in Chains Cathedral

Roman Catholic, cathedral of the Cincinnati Archdiocese. Also hosts seasonal concerts.

St. Xavier Lot

Starbucks Coffee on Broadway

Find Starbucks rich-brewed, espresso beverages, a variety of pastries and confections, along with other coffee-related merchandise inside JACK Cincinnati Casino.

Starbucks Coffee on E. 4th

Starbucks Coffee on Vine

Starbucks Coffee on Walnut

Straus Tobacconist

Tobacco products, gifts and fine wine selection.

Street City Pub

Serving Irish fare, live entertainment on the weekends and a home for FC Cincinnati fans to watch the big game. Authentic Irish foods on the menu include shepherd's pie, bangers and mash, Scotch eggs,house-made corned beef and an all-day Irish breakfast. Streetcar Stop #3: Richter & Phillips station, 6th & Main

Street Corner Market at The Banks

The Street Corner Market at The Banks is a high-end convenience store, offering fresh and packaged food, deli items, local craft beers, wine, and coffee.

Studio West Hair Salon

Haircuts, nails, and waxing.

Styled by Mama

Styled by Mama is a children's boutique featuring modern and whimsical products that are fun for kids...but styled for the design-driven mom.

Subway on E. 4th

Subway on E. 5th

Subway on E. 7th

Sub sandwiches, salads and breakfast items.

Subway on Sycamore

Sub sandwiches, salads and breakfast items.

Subway on W. 4th

Subway on Walnut

Suder's Art Store

Art supplies, art restoration and framing. Free parking on the south side of building.

Sundry & Vice

A turn-of-the-century apothecary-themed cocktail bar and gathering place in the heart of Over-the-Rhine.

Sunny Deli

Soups, sandwiches, salads and combo meals.

Sunshine Fine Food Deli

Deli counter, carryout sandwiches and specials, groceries, beer and wine.

Swing Around Rosie

Adding to the Cincinnati Legends Series, ArtWorks partnered with the Cincinnati Enquirer to give power to their readers to elect the subject of the first female legend to be honored in Over-the-Rhine. The public chose Rosemary Clooney from a list of greats that included Louise Beavers, Harriet Beecher-Stowe, Dorothy Kamenshek and Mamie Smith. Known to her peers as Rosie, Clooney was one of the shining stars of Hollywood during the height of radio and television entertainment. She was most successful and respected in American pop culture during the mid-to-late 20th Century for her timeless acting and musical talents. This mural project, which measures 3,285 square feet, provided an opportunity for the community of Over-the-Rhine, along with local representatives, residents, and business owners, to engage in the mural process. Artist: Natalie Lanese

Switch Lighting & Design

Switch is a modern lighting and design emporium located in downtown Cincinnati, serving a variety of residential and commercial clients, large and small, who love modern lighting.

Sycamore Place Lofts

Once the Krippendorf and Dittman Shoe Company, Sycamore Place is now home to stylish, spacious lofts with large windows and exposed ceilings. And it gets better; all the city has to offer is at your fingertips, from sporting events and upscale dining to the thriving Cincinnati arts scene.

Symphony Hotel

Bed-and-breakfast accommodations in a beautifully restored 19th century building across the street from Cincinnati's Music Hall. Overnight stays include a European-style breakfast. Each room is dedicated to a composer. Prix fixe dinner available for $45. Sunday brunch, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.


Wireless provider offering cell phones, data plans, Internet devices & accessories.

Taft Museum of Art

A National Historic Landmark, housed in a Federal Period home dating from 1820 and considered one of the finest small art museums in America. On display are 700 works of art -- European and American paintings by masters such as Rembrandt, Sargent, Turner, Hals and Whistler. Also Chinese porcelains and European decorative arts. Extensively renovated and expanded in 2004 with a new special exhibitions gallery, attractive terrace and gardens, cafe and a museum shop. Free to all on Sundays.

Taft Theatre

Recently renovated. Performing arts, concerts and shows with seats for more than 2,400 people. Serving as the temporary location for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops for the 2016-2017 season. Box office hours: M-F, 10-5, with extended hours on concert days. Summer hours starting in August: Phone sales (513.381.3300) M-F 10am-5pm; Walk-up sales at Taft Theatre M-F 11am-3pm

Taft's Ale House

A purveyor of first-rate comestibles and exceptional ales, housed in the old St. Paul’s Evangelical Church, once the oldest protestant parish in the Queen City.

Taglio Bar & Pizzeria

Taglio serves both traditional and deep-dish Detroit-style pizzas with housemade sauces, appetizers and salads, as well as craft cocktails, wine, and craft beers.

Taqueria Mercado

Authentic Mexican taqueria with full bar, happy hour and live music.

Taste of Belgium at Findlay Market

Liege waffles, crepes, baked goods and savory items from scratch.

Taste of Belgium at The Banks

Cafe serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Leige-style Belgian waffles, filled crepes and bakery items. Full bar.

Taste of Belgium: Bistro on Vine

Cafe serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Leige-style Belgian waffles, filled crepes and bakery items. Full bar.

Teak OTR

A multistory venue offering Thai & Japanese fare, with a separate sushi bar & lounge.

Ted Kluszewski

Ted Kluszewski, Reds first baseman, 1947-57, was an imposing physical specimen, a quintessential power hitter and the inspiration for Cincinnati's sleeveless uniforms. With room for his bulging biceps to move, "Big Klu" muscled his way through the 1950s, averaging 43 home runs and 116 RBIs each season from 1953-56. In addition to his renowned power, Kluszewski also hit with marked consistency, topping .300 seven times in his career while rarely striking out. The fan favorite earned four trips to the All-Star Game and joined the Reds Hall of Fame in 1962. His #18 was retired by the Reds in 1998. Sculptor: Tom Tsuchiya Material: Bronze

Terrace Cafe, The

At the Cincinnati Art Museum, this updated dining destination offers soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees and desserts. Adjacent to the courtyard for seasonal outdoor dining.

The American Eagle

By Marshall Fredericks, 1988 John Weld Peck Federal Building 550 Main St. This 21-foot tall eagle, symbol of America's strength, is affixed to Federal Building facade two stories above the sidewalk. Cast in aluminum and reminiscent of 1930's Art Deco, it was designed by Michigan artist Marshall Fredericks, whose commissions can be found from Copenhagen to Cleveland. After graduating from Cleveland School of Art, Fredericks taught sculpture during the 1930's and early 1940's at Cranbrook Academy of Art outside Detroit.

The Arepa Place

The Arepa Place specializes in a Colombian and Venezuelan dish known as arepas, as well as empanadas. Specialty cocktails and selected beers are also available.

The Bagelry

The Bagelry serves fresh bagels that are hand-rolled and kettle-boiled, as well as breakfast all day and a variety of lunch sandwiches.

The Bar at Palm Court

Relaxed fare in a 1930s French art deco setting. Private label microbrew, hand-selected single barrel bourbon program, creative cocktails. Live jazz Friday and Saturday evenings from 5 p.m. to 1a.m.

The Barre Code

The Barre Code is an innovative one-stop shop dedicated to inner and outer strength, with trained staff dedicated to helping women transform into their strongest, fittest selves. Women's fitness programs at The Barre Code focus on cardio, strength training, and restoration.

The Beautiful Bags Lady

Family owned and operated, these bags can do it all, whether it's grocery shopping, overnights, or acting as a carry all. Bags are machine wash and dry, environmentally safe, reversible, and 100% cotton. Most importantly, they last for years.

The Biltmore

Historic Italianate building on historic West Fourth Street. Twenty eight units. Parking nearby.

The Birdcage

Upscale LGBTQ nightclub and lounge that aims to be the premier destination for dancing, drinks, and entertainment.

The Blind Pig

Modern speakeasy with food and updated cocktails from the Prohibition-era, large patio and TVs.

The Broadway at 7th Garage

The Cabaret

The Cabaret, Cincinnati is the Queen City's premiere show bar and entertainment destination. With an intimate 100-seat theatre and full martini bar, the Cabaret provides personalized VIP service, special event space, private party bookings, and much more. Always 21+, two shows nightly.

The Candle Lab

Opening soon! Your source for gourmet soy candles in more than 120 scents, with custom fragrance products for home and body.

The Cincinnati Strong Man: Henry Holtgrewe

In partnership with 3CDC & Over-the-Rhine Chamber of Commerce. This mural celebrates Henry Holtgrewe, one of Cincinnati’s most colorful characters. A German immigrant, local entrepreneur, and resident of OTR, Henry was touted as the world’s strongest man. This bold mural design draws inspiration from turn-of-the-century commercial advertisements, catching the eye with ornate details that recall the Italianate architectural style of the surrounding neighborhood. Panels of text in the center recall the folklore surrounding Henry and his beloved Over-the-Rhine community. Illustrations feature his remarkable appearance and amazing feats of strength, including the time he lifted the entire Reds baseball team with his back! ArtWorks is proud to present this mural to the OTR community in honor of Henry Holtgrewe and all of his descendants who still call Cincinnati home today. Designer: Jason Snell Project Manager: Emily Howard and Evan Hildebrandt

The Cobbler's Apprentice Plays Ball

This mural was inspired by one of Cincinnati's most treasured painters Frank Duveneck and one of his most beloved paintings, "The Cobbler's Apprentice." The artists reinterpreted the original painting with a twist by adding a baseball bat, drawing inspiration from the proximity to the nearby riverfront stadium and Cincinnati's important role in the history of baseball as the first professional American team. The original masterpiece can be seen as part of the permanent collection at the Taft Museum of Art. ArtWorks mural created by Tim Parsley, 2011, in partnership with Carter and The Taft Museum of Art

The Courtyard Homes at Republic

Walking distance to Washington Park, restaurants, public garages and streetcar line. Four new townhomes and one carriage house recently renovated in a 1898 building on an historic residential street. A cool blend of stainless steel, granite and wrought iron compliment the original architectural features that could be saved. Stylish one and two bedroom units each with laundry ranging in price from $1,450 to $2,400 per month. Square footages from 715 to 1375. Call Jim at 513 623-2001.

The Cricket Lounge

Located in the Cincinnatian Hotel. Lighter fare prepared in The Palace Restaurant's kitchen provides The Cricket's traditional selections with their own special touches. Live jazz on the weekends.

The Dominion Condominiums

Located just 2 blocks to OTR or the nearest Street Car Stop, 1/2 block to Piatt Park or 3 Blocks to Washington Park, the Dominion is located in a quiet residential neighborhood in downtown Cincinnati. Parking is 1 block down the street in a garage located on 7th & Elm where the city guarantees priority parking with monitored passes to ensure your space. Come visit these 10 year tax abated luxury properties by Titan Development.

The Drinkery

The Eagle OTR

The Eagle, Food and Beer Hall is a restaurant and bar that celebrates straightforward, American fare; 100 different beers; and the sounds of blues music. They serve antibiotic-free, all natural, fried chicken, plus bar snacks, salads, and sandwiches are available. A 16-head tap pours local craft and other domestic brews.

The Escape Game

Located in The Banks, The Escape Game is the #1 escape room and immersive adventure in Cincinnati. As a premier provider of escape rooms, the adventures at The Escape Game play like Hollywood blockbusters with twists, turns, and jaw-dropping surprises around every corner. Their 60-minute adventures bring epic stories to life in a one-of-a-kind tactile experience. You and your team will work together to find clues, overcome challenges, and ultimately complete a mission. Step into worlds you have only seen in movies, as you become the hero in every story you choose. Best of all, adventures only take an hour to complete, so you can be the hero and still make it in time for dinner. Book your adventure at

The Face of the Arts

ArtWorks mural created by Tim Parsley, 2007, in partnership with UBS

The Frameri

Frameri glasses are specially designed and use materials that are more flexible and durable. Their interchangeable lenses let you update your prescription without having to buy another pair of frames.

The Garfield Theatre

High-quality Cinema you won't see at other theaters - first-run and classic, independent, international, docs and shorts. Screenings are often held on weekdays and Saturdays and Sundays, but days and run duration vary -- check the website for the dates of specific events.

The Golden Muse

This mural features a figurine from an 18th century mantle clock in the Taft Museum of Art's collection. Encompassing the entire wall, the figure becomes a mythological music muse as the notes to Aaron Copeland's "Fanfare for the Common Man" (written for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and originally performed at Music Hall in 1942) fly off the page and into the sky. This mural was created as a part of "Art for All," the Taft's 80th Anniversary Celebration. ArtWorks mural created by Tim Parsley, 2012

The Grille at Palm Court

Casual American fare in a historic French art deco setting in the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza. Breakfast daily, lunch M-Sat; weekday pasta bar and Sunday brunch. Reservations suggested.

The Harth Lounge

Cocktail bar and lounge designed by Bromwell's including cozy fireplaces, comfortable furniture, and jazz piano music Thursday-Saturday nights. Available for private events Sunday through Tuesday nights and on weekdays before the bar opens.

The Hub OTR

A neighborhood bar in the heart of OTR, servicing bikes by day and serving drinks by night.

The Kidd Coffee Company

The Kidd Coffee Company is a locally-owned family business specializing in coffee drinks, and also serves gourmet soups, salads, and sandwiches.

The Lombardy

Turn-of-the-century Italianate building located on historic West Fourth Street. Fifty four units. Parking nearby.

The Market at Hyatt Regency

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati’s freshest new experience showcases traditional and gourmet groceries packaged and produced by regional purveyors. From fresh-made paninis to savory salads, beer and wine, the Market features everything you need on-hand at the hotel for your convenience. Grab a Starbucks coffee or specialty drink, then head over to The Library and catch up on the day’s events with free Wi-Fi.

The Market at Queen City Square

Convenience store and food market.

The Mercer OTR

Italian-influenced menu with other European classics, including short ribs, branzino, cassoulet, pastas, and pork belly risotto.

The Migration of Tradition

Rookwood Pottery is dedicated to preserving the creativity, innovation and craftsmanship that have defined the company since 1880. From left to right, this bird is formed first by tiles from Rookwood's Heritage Collection, then progresses into its Contemporary Classics. The palette was inspired by the incredible variety of glazes that Rookwood offers, and the entire composition has been super-imposed over the sign for infinity, the horizontal figure eight, to represent how Rookwood is drawing on the passion of its past to migrate into an even more vibrant future. ArtWorks mural created with Tina Westerkamp in partnership with Rookwood Pottery Co.

The Most Beautiful Thing in the World

This shop features unique clothing, household items and other products from around the world, with items made in Mexico, India, Africa, Australia and more.

The Native One

A women’s clothing store that features high-quality, hand-selected pieces that are both comfortable and affordable.

The Osborne

The latest in contemporary urban living! The Osborne offers histoically renovated condominiums - with both loft and 2-story style units. Choose from one or two bedroom units. All condos offer exposed brick, gas cooktops, loads of natural light and a sleek urban design.

The Phelps Bar

Located inside the Residence Inn, this wine bar features small bites, wines and hand-crafted cocktails in a contemporary, urban atmosphere. Seasonal veranda overlooking Lytle Park and courtyard seating around a firepit.

The Phoenix

The Phoenix is an iconic building designed by architect Samuel Hannaford that has retained its Italian Renaissance grandeur over the past 122 years. It has the capacity for up to 1,500 guests and hosts events from weddings to corporate functions. A full-service restaurant and bar, The Presidents Room, is on the first floor. Off-site catering services range from intimate box lunch drop-offs to full service events for more than 15,000 guests. Event operations are supported by an expert culinary team led by Executive Chef Jeremy Luers; experienced events team; and first-class marketing support. Together, they are able to plan, implement and host any event, on- or off-site.

The Pony OTR

The menu is small and focused on bar food, with items like chicken wings, chicken fingers and sandwiches like turkey club, roast beef and chicken finger sub. The bar also hosts a fish fry every Friday. The Pony has a throwback cocktail menu with updated twists on classic drinks such as the Harvey Wallbanger.

The Presidents Room

Diners experience a mix of classic and new dishes prepared with the finest ingredients available, where classic drinks have modern and unique variations; all set in a beautiful and elegant piece of Cincinnati's architectural history. Happy Hour, 5-7 pm daily, with 1/2 off bar menu (excluding charcuterie and Haus Burger), 1/2 off draft beer, and $5 select wines by the glass.

The Queen Shares

As part of the 2015 ArtWorks CincyInk project, this mural is a permanent love letter to the Queen City and all who call her home. Sourced from the beautiful voices of over 1,000 participants, the poem Seven Hills and a Queen to Name Them was crafted by the writers at Chase Public as a commission for the Cincinnati Tattoo Project. In this mural, white scripted words of love from the poem contrast perfectly with the rich dark background and with the shimmering gold of the Queen City’s crown. A cardinal and bluebird, the state birds of Cincinnati and Kentucky, perch atop the crown and are surrounded by two Lazarus lizards slithering among local flora and fauna. The Queen Shares serves as a beautiful welcome sign to the Pendleton, Over-the-Rhine, and Downtown neighborhoods. Designer: John Lanzador Project Manager" Atalie Gagnet Teaching Assistant: Christian Dallas

The Rhined

A cheese shop specializing in domestic artisan and farmstead cheeses, as well as other items to complete the perfect cheese board, including jams, olives, nuts, wine, and beer.

The Righteous Room

Located across from the Aronoff Center offering a cool and intimate setting inside, plus an open-air lounge.

The Skeleton Root

Working winery & event space in historic Over-the-Rhine. Located one block north of Findlay Market and the final stop of the streetcar.

The Spirit of Baseball

Made from Indiana limestone and inspired by the art deco look of Union Terminal, this relief depicts the romance of the game with the Cincinnati riverfront as a background and four characters in the forefront. Three of the characters - a catcher, a batter and a fielder - are in the clouds, and a child dressed in a uniform with a bat is on the ground. The actual look of the relief varies, as sunlight and artificial lighting allow shadows to alter the look of the sculpture throughout the day. Designed by Mark Riedy.

The Standard Beer Shop

The Standard sells hundreds of types of craft beer – everything from stouts to IPAs – and a limited selection of wine. The Standard also offers 16 rotating taps for customers to enjoy a pint or two while they shop.

The Stretch

The Stretch has a bar and entertainment space, featuring local and national DJs on the weekends.

The Takeaway Deli & Grocery

The Transept

Private event center inside former church across from Washington Park, with 13,000 square feet of event space. The combined areas can hold 600 people standing or 240 seated

The View at Shires' Garden

The View at Shires' Garden is a brand new restaurant and bar concept on the 10th floor of the City Club Apartments, inspired by the Shires' Gardens of the 1840's. Exquisite seasonal plates, craft cocktails, wine, and craft beer, in a relaxed setting. The restaurant includes both indoor seating and a rooftop patio, with stunning views of the riverfront.

The Vision of Samuel Hannaford

A portrait of Samuel Hannaford rests on blueprints symbolic of his architectural legacy in the City of Cincinnati. Through the window, past the balcony of this building, designed by Hannaford himself, is a view of his prominent landmarks Music Hall, City Hall and Elsinore Tower. ArtWorks mural created by Scott Donaldson, 2009, in partnership with Emanuel Community Center

The Woodward Theater

Historic music venue and events hall

Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park

A 20-acre park located on the riverfront and opened in 2003. Managed by the Cincinnati Park Board, Friendship Park features an international plaza with flags, winding walkways, sculptures, and a pavilion available for rental purposes.

Third & Eggleston Lot

Times-Star Building

Built for the Times-Star newspaper in 1933, the 250-foot tower of this remarkable Art Deco building dominates the skyline of downtown's northeast quadrant.

Tin Roof

A live music venue with a laid-back atmosphere serving made from scratch food including salads, quesadillas, giant sandwiches and award-winning appetizers. Located at The Banks.

Title Boxing Club

High-intensity group boxing and kickboxing classes designed to help you burn up to 1000 calories an hour while learning real boxing techniques, minus any combat, to tone your core and get into the best shape of your life.

Todd's Run Nursery

Third generation family greenhouse business selling a variety of flowers at Findlay Market on the weekends.

Tokyo Kitty

Japanese-style karaoke bar offering private rooms and asian-tiki cocktails in an environment that immerses guests in the sensory culture of Tokyo.

Tom + Chee

Specialty grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup.

Tom Wesselmann, Still Life #60

The fourth mural in ArtWorks’ Cincinnati Masters mural series, which celebrates the talents of internationally recognized artists from the Cincinnati area, shows Tom Wesselmann’s Still Life #60, a billboard sized still life painting, composed of 6 separate shaped canvas panels. Wesselmann was born in Cincinnati and attended both the University of Cincinnati and the Art Academy before moving to New York City. ArtWorks brings this masterwork to the heart of Downtown’s Design District, highlighting Cincinnati’s internationally recognized design industry and celebrating the career of Tom Wesselmann. Designer: Tom Wesselmann Project Manager: Joe Hedges

Tony Perez

One of the most popular players in Reds history, Tony "Doggie" Perez also enjoys the distinction of being one of only two players to win three World Championships while in a Reds uniform (Ken Griffey, Sr. is the other). A mainstay of the World Champion Big Red Machine clubs of 1975 and 1976, Perez served as the first base coach for the upstart 1990 team that stunned the baseball world with its four-game sweep of the heavily favored Oakland Athletics in the World Series. Perez was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame in 1998 and became a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000. His uniform No. 24 is one of only nine uniform numbers retired by the Reds.

Top of The Park

Featuring unparalleled views of Lytle Park, Downtown Cincinnati, the Ohio River, and Mt. Adams, The Top of the Park is unlike any venue in downtown Cincinnati and can be reserved for corporate meetings, weddings, private social events and cocktail parties for up to 60 people.

Total Juice Plus

Wraps, smoothies, vegetarian and Mediterranean cuisine. Catering available.

Tower Hair Designers

Haircuts, massage therapy, tanning and shoe shines.

Town Center Garage at 1251 Central Pkwy.

Towne Taxi

Taxi service for the Cincinnati area and the airport.

Toy Heritage Mural

Cincinnati’s rich toy history is being celebrated on Towne Properties building on West Court Street. The legacy of Kenner Toys, a Cincinnati-based toy company founded in 1947, is documented in this work of art which showcases some of the most popular toys that were designed by the company. Marvel at the surreal renderings designed by local artist Jonathan Queen. Passersby will enjoy his use of adored characters and toys like Care Bear, C3PO, Easy Bake Oven, Spirograph, Strawberry Shortcake and many more. This mural was made possible thanks to support from The Hassenfeld Foundation, Towne Properties and The Plant Trolley. Artist: Jonathan Queen

Treehouse Patio Bar

Bar and nightclub featuring live entertainment, local brews and custom made swings.

Trideca Lofts Condominiums

Nine loft style condos in the Gateway Quarter with hardwood floors, exposed brick, vent-less gas fire places, granite countertops, stainless appliances, bowl sinks and travertine tile, decks and balconies. Contact Holly Redmond or Stacy Rickert with Coldwell Banker West Shell.

Trinity Flats

Combining archetypical loft features like flexible, open spaces with ample closets and private sleeping quarters, Trinity Flats consists of one newly constructed modern building, and two completely refurbished historical buildings. Other features include eco-friendly vertical-cut bamboo flooring, granite counter tops, secured garage parking, roof top decks and controlled building entrances. Located in the Gateway Quarter. Contact Holly Redmond or Stacy Rickert with Coldwell Banker West Shell.

TriYoga with LQ

TriYoga is a flowing yoga practice that unites sustained postures, breath and focus to create greater flow of energy. Gentle, good for any fitness level.

Tucker's on 13th

A classic diner serving breakfast and lunch every day of the week.

Tucker's on Vine

Full-service neighborhood restaurant, known for breakfast.

Two Little Buds

Two Little Buds is a boutique floral design studio that specializes in wedding florals, event design, and editorial work.

Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory II, Variation IV

By George Rickey, 1979 Two large rectangular paddles move unpredictably in a perpetual dance atop a 28-foot vertical shaft. Rickey achieved a delicate balance in the work that allows the paddles to rotate around a horizontal bar while the bar orbits the vertical shaft. Light reflects off the hand-polished surfaces of the paddles illuminating the piece and further emphasizing the feeling of movement. Rickey was the first to use the term "kinetic" to refer to art in motion. PNC Center 201 E. Fifth St.

Tyler Davidson Fountain

This 43-foot fountain is the oldest downtown sculpture and has become the best known and loved symbol of Cincinnati. Water streams from the out-stretched hands of the 9-foot tall female figure representing the "Genius of Water." Below her, four adult figures dramatize the life-sustaining uses of water, four children illustrate the life-enhancing pleasures of water, and four relief panels depict the industrial uses of water. Four drinking spouts on the lower tier of the fountain once had communal cups for pedestrians to use. Local businessman Henry Probasco selected the fountain design from von Kreling's Munich studio and had it cast and erected as a memorial to Davidson, his deceased brother-in-law and business partner. Originally the fountain stood on an esplanade 30 feet south of its present location. In the late 1960's, as a part of the downtown redevelopment plan, the present plaza was created with the fountain as its centerpiece. In 1971, for its 100th anniversary, the fountain was repaired and re-dedicated. Created by August von Kreling in 1871

U.S. Bank Ice Rink

Many Cincinnatians have fond memories of ice skating on Fountain Square, surrounded by downtown’s tallest buildings. Admission and skate rental close one hour before the rink closes. Times are subject to change due to weather or special events. (Seasonal)

U.S. Marine Corps Memorial

This memorial contains a three-dimensional representation of the U.S. Marine Corps emblem mounted on a rough-cut block of granite. A bronze plaque lists the names of Hamilton County Marines who died in World War I. In the center of the two-column list is the portrait of Corporal Merril Law Ricketts who gave his life in that war. Ricketts' father, a Cincinnati physician, commissioned this tribute from Kruthap, who was the first local female artist to create a public memorial. Created by Sarah Ayers Kruthap in 1921


This third party smartphone app works with car service operators to provide ground transportation, Uber is a technology company that has developed a software that allows anyone to request a ride via mobile app or the web. Drivers arrive curbside in just minutes, you can track the arrival of your ride, you'll receive a text message when your driver arrives, the credit card on file is charged after your ride, and you will receive an email receipt detailing your trip.

UC Primary Care

Practicing General Internal Medicine, Bernard Lenchitz, MD, is now seeing patients at the UC Health Primary Care office in the US Bank Tower at 425 Walnut Street, Suite 200, Cincinnati, OH 45202. Schedule an appointment today by calling (513) 475-7676.

Uncle Mo's Cafe

Lunch & dinner menu of Mediterranean fare - gyros and salads. Also offers crepes.

Unheard Of

A boutique offering rare apparel and footwear.

Union Baptist Church

Founded in 1831, an important spiritual center in Cincinnati.

Union Terminal Mosaics

Nine historic Winold Reiss glass mosaics have been cleaned, mounted and secured in state-of-the-art protective display cases on an exterior wall of the Duke Energy Convention Center along Central Avenue. That means anyone walking or driving nearby will be able to see the massive images of iconic Cincinnati industries and workers, day or night. Each mural is about 20 feet tall by 20 feet wide and 8 inches thick, and weighs 8 tons – or roughly 16,000 pounds. The artwork originally was located in the train concourse at Cincinnati Union Terminal until they were moved to the airport in 1973, a year before the train concourse was razed.

United Cab Co.

Taxi service for the Cincinnati area and the airport.

University Club

Private business club.

Untitled (A Seventy-Foot Love Letter to the Queen)

William Schickel was commissioned by the city to design a work of art that could be seen from the elevated skywalk. Using aluminum panels of varied shapes affixed to a brick wall, he has created symbols that refer to Cincinnati, the Queen City of the West. They appear in the outline of panels, the negative space between the panels and the gestural painting on the panels. Schickel, who has received national recognition as an artist and designer, also has work in New Harmony, Indiana, and Gethsemani, Kentucky. 1977

Untitled (Chandelier)

Adjacent to the Walnut street entrance to 21c is Austrian artist Werner Reiterer's enormous, ornate, brass chandelier, which illuminates and animates the surrounding streetscape. Hanging from the straight right angle of its clean, white scaffold, Reiterer's sculptural confection recalls the chandeliers that adorned old-world ballrooms hundreds of years ago—now installed on a 21st century streetcorner, disrupting expectations of what belongs where, and to whom, an interior treasure transformed into public monument. Reiterer'svchandelier engages viewers inside as well: when visitors press a bell in the reception lobby, the sculpture’s audio component is activated, and the sound of breathing—distinctively human breathing—emanates from the chandelier’s speakers. A light sensor on the chandelier determines the auditory quality of the breathing: during the day, the sound is that of air inhaled; at night, breath being released, and the chandelier's lights flicker on and off.

Untitled (Fountain)

Two fountains, located on either side of Race Street, were designed to echo the cityscape in this urban park setting. The simple shapes and engraved surfaces suggest both the natural and built environments; most obvious is the rain that spills from the clouds over the outlines of buildings, plants and waterways. A memorial gift from Rose Kadetz, wife of long-time restaurateur Izzy Kadetz, helped to fund the fountain on the east side of Race. Both fountains were conceived as part of the 1988 redevelopment and improvement plan for Garfield Place and Piatt Park. Created by Staurt Fink in 1989

Untitled (Water Sculpture)

California artist Andrews, who was well-known for his water sculptures, created two forms sheathed in flowing water and symmetrically placed within a reflecting pool. The tall, torqued piece symbolizes man's relationship to nature with its organic grace and gentle cascade. The shorter, prismatic piece with its sharp angles and more powerful cascade represents man's relationship to his work and his growth through forceful effort. Created by Oliver Andrews in 1972

Urban Axes

Urban Axes hosts indoor competitive axe throwing leagues, group events and walk-in sessions. Reservations are required for group events.

Urban Eden

Contemporary craft and fine art by local and regional artists, local history books, and artist note cards. Open until 10pm for Final Friday Gallery Walk.

Urban Sites

Located in historic Over-the-Rhine, Urban Sites creates SoHo type loft units. Exposed brick and beams combined with the latest amenities.

Urbana Cafe

The Vespa Ape, a classic utility vehicle with larger than life personality, creates a mobile coffee bar, with specialty drinks from local roasters, working with fair trade organization, and applying some their profit to benefit animal shelters in need.

Urbana Cafe

Coffee shop and mobile coffee bar. Drinks include classics like espresso, macchiatos and lattes and unique drinks like an espresso drink made with sparkling water and another that mixes espresso with hints of citrus.The food menu features fresh-baked donuts and other pastries. Lunch items are coming soon.

URS Garage

Enter from 7th St. (Eastbound) between Vine & Walnut Sts. 745 total spaces 2-hour rate: $5 3-hour rate: $7

URS Garage at 36 E. Seventh St.

Venice on Vine

A casual pizza eatery in an inspired setting and a community work training project for local residents.

Vernon's Corner at Liberty & Main

Newly renovated 17 units in an historic structure. Unique amenities include secure, off-street parking, terraces, bamboo floors, security systems and well-equipped kitchens.


New bar in the former church that has become an event center called the Transept. Features cocktails, craft beers and imported wines, with space for 50 to 60 people. The adjacent North Tap Room can also be used, which adds room for 90 more people.

Veterans Memorial Sanctuary

Memorial Hall was erected through the efforts of the Grand Army of the Republic, veterans of the Civil War. Built in the Beaux Arts style, this building was designed by Samuel Hannaford & Sons, its interior painted by Francis A. Pedretti & Sons and the statuary along the cornice sculpted by Clement Barnhorn, an instructor at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. Freestanding sculptures are common in Beaux Arts architecture, and the six figures crowning the facade of Memorial Hall commemorate the Revolutionary War to the Spanish American War with a pioneer (ca.1700), minutemen (1776), sailor (1812), artillery soldier (1856), infantry soldier (1865) and cavalry soldier (1890). Created by Clement Barnhorn in 1908.

Via Vite

An upscale Italian bistro setting and dining experience on Fountain Square. Outdoor dining, happy hour, late night menu and private banquet rooms available.

Visconti Real Estate

Visconti Real Estate, LLC services corporations and relocation management companies throughout the world and artfully balances managing relocation policy with the actual needs of the transferee. Their clients include many of the Fortune 500 companies as well as the medical communities in Cincinnati. Our many local clients have turned to us time and time again to help them in each exciting change of life. In today’s challenging real estate market conditions, from entry level to VIPs, Visconti Real Estate, LLC expertise creates success and peace of mind for those who have real estate needs and goals. .


Wahlburgers is a casual restaurant concept with a menu boasts eight kinds of burgers as well as classic sandwiches, salads and desserts. It also has frappes, floats (both alcoholic and not) and an entire drink menu for those who want to wash down their burger with some suds (or a "Wahlcoction," which includes a seasonal sangria and margarita).

Waldo, The

Newly renovated studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. Located in Piatt Park neighborhood close to City Hall. This turn-of-the-century building has lots of charm, history and the building amenities include a fitness center, central heat and air, hardwood flooring, fireplace mantles, and laundry facilities. Parking nearby.

Walgreen's on Main

Pharmacy, food, greeting cards, cosmetics, etc.

Walgreen's on Race

Pharmacy, food, greeting cards, cosmetics, etc.

Warby Parker

Offering prescription glasses and sunglasses to fit your needs. At the shop, you can try on any or all of the different frames. If you find a pair you like, give Warby your prescription and the frames will be shipped to your home. If you find a pair of frames you like and you don't want prescription lenses, you can buy them and go straight from the store.

Wash Park Art

An art gallery celebrating Cincinnati's creativity, located at the southwest corner of Washington Park in historic Over-The-Rhine.

Washington Park

A 2012 expansion included a civic lawn, plaza to better link the park with Music Hall, a performance stage, a 450-space underground parking garage, and extensive landscaping. A fenced dog park was created, as well as unique playground features a boardwalk and stage, a sandbox, a canal boat in a water channel, and climbing walls based on Cincinnati’s historic architecture. Other elements include groupings of water jets and interactive fountains, a restroom building, and a concession building.

Washington Park Garage

The 450-space Washington Park Garage is now open to the public. The two entrance/exits are located on Elm Street across from Music Hall, and on Race Street at 13th Street. Staffed 24 hours per day. See website for rates.

Washington Platform Saloon & Restaurant

Dining and a bar in a restored turn-of-the-century saloon. Specializes in oysters.

Water Wall

The water feature east of the Tyler Davidson Fountain lets kids and adults put their hands in a sheet of water and see what patterns they can make in the flowing stream. The water here is fresh water, not chlorinated, so it’s safe to drink. Engraved to the right of the wall is the last stanza of "Catawba Wine," a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in the 1850s, when Nicholas Longworth's vineyards covered the hills east of downtown. The font was chosen to match that of the Tyler Davidson Fountain’s inscription "To The People of Cincinnati." It reads: And this Song of the Vine, This greeting of mine, The winds and the birds shall deliver To the Queen of the West, In her garlands dressed, On the banks of the Beautiful River.

We Need Education, Not Violence

International stencil artists Icy And Sot, originally from Tabriz, Iran, have contributed to Iranian and international urban art culture through their striking stencil work depicting human rights, ecological justice, social and political issues. Christ Church Cathedral is focused on ending the scourge of gun violence in our city through a strategic commitment to focus funds, prayers, and educational efforts to shine a light on the heartbreaking consequences of gun violence, and bring to an end the proliferation of guns in the community. Christ Church Cathedral in partnership with ArtWorks Artists: ICY and SOT

Wells Building

Historic renovation. 18 units total with secured entry. 6 2-bdrm luxury units with high ceilings, dishwasher and disposal, stack washer and dryer, and wall-to-wall carpet. Parking is included in rent for 2-bdrms. 12 1-bdrm studios with laundry access.


Shoes from Mauri, Mezlan and Kenneth Cole.

Westfalen Lofts

Three buildings near Washington Park are now developed into four townhomes. The flats and townhomes range from 1,000 to 1,330 sf and are priced from $199,000 to $549,900. Features include modern finishes, distressed hardwood flooring, glass tile in kitchens, outdoor space and include major appliances. The four-story, single family home has 2,900 square feet of living space, three bedrooms with the option of a fourth. It features home office space, an enclosed patio, lower level storage, exclusive gated private entrance, original staircases and mantles, and hardwood flooring.

Westin Hotel Cincinnati

Overlooking historic Fountain Square, The Westin boasts a wonderful location in the heart of Cincinnati's bustling central business district and downtown's vast array of fine restaurants, shops, museums, theaters, and celebrated sports stadiums.

Weston Art Gallery

With galleries on two levels and 3,500 square feet of exhibition space, the Cincinnati Arts Association's Weston Art Gallery serves as a staging ground for intriguing visual art by local, national and internationally-recognized artists working in all media. Admission is free.


David von Schlegell, trained as a naval architect and engineer, created this sleek abstract sculpture. The sharp angle of its design suggests a plow or sail and represents the pioneering spirit of westward expansion in America and the dynamic role Cincinnati played in that movement. The sculpture, commissioned by private funds, honors the civic accomplishments of the Hauck family and marks a location near the landing of Cincinnati's first Anglo-European settlers. Created by David von Schlegell in 1980

What's Happening Downtown

This mural speaks to the vibrancy of the Downtown community, where larger-than-life figures peer outside their windows to see what's happening in the City around them. Architectural details are inspired by actual lintels and sills found in Downtown Cincinnati. ArtWorks mural by Ted Hedricks

Whex Garage at 212 W. Fourth St.

White Moth Weddings

A hair design company serving Greater Cincinnati area providing wedding and and event hair, as well as engagement photography packages. They specialize in unique and non-traditional styles, especially fashion colors and retro and vintage styles. They can assist with many types of custom hair extensions, and the only company in Cincinnati that provides dread-lock extensions. Call (614) 270 2268.

Wild Eggs

Wild Eggs is a fresh, contemporary breakfast/ lunch restaurant.

William Henry Harrison Monument

The 9th U.S. President and the first from Ohio, William Henry Harrison sits astride a horse at the west end of Piatt Park. Harrison, whose home was just west of Cincinnati in North Bend, led a successful political campaign as an Indian fighter and war hero. Unfortunately, he died from pneumonia, a month after his inauguration in 1841, which is the shortest term of office of any U.S. president. Artist Rebisso's portrayal of Harrison is the only equestrian sculpture in Cincinnati, and the horse's elevated front leg indicates his rider was wounded in battle. This piece, like other early monuments, was commissioned through public subscriptions. Created by Louis T. Rebisso in 1896

Williamson Lofts at 335 W. Fifth Street, The

Upscale lofts with an historic flair in this fully renovated late-nineteenth-century 5-story building. Twenty-six 1 and 2 bedroom units available, with five spacious floor plans featuring high ceilings, raised living areas, and plenty of natural light. Enjoy the convenience and security of underground parking and secured entrances. Contact Mark Osterday, Comey & Shepherd City Office (513) 470-7112.

Wodka Bar OTR

Eastern European-inspired vodka bar serving spirits and cuisine from the Old Country in the heart of OTR.

Woodburn Cleaners

Wooden Nickel Antiques

Selection of Victorian and Continental furniture such as sideboards, bookcases, tables, desk, armoires and more. Also, architectural items, fireplace mantels, restored chandeliers, iron fencing and stained glass windows.

Woods Hardware/Acme Lock

In addition to hardware, Wood's features a garden center with grills and patio furniture, as well as pet food and supplies.

Wuf Pet Spa

Pet styling services provided by two professionals with years of experience. Wuf charges one fee based on the size and temperament of dog. Fees begin at $50 for small breeds and $75-80 for larger dogs. That includes grooming, nail trimming and grinding, a blueberry facial, deep coat conditioner, leave-in conditioner and a hand-made bow or bandana.

Yard House

Enjoy a diverse menu of American fare, 160 taps, and a heady selection of classic rock music on a state-of-the-art sound system. The award-winning and extensive menu of American fusion cuisine features more than 130 items including appetizers, salads, pastas, sandwiches, street tacos, grilled burgers, individual-size pizzas, seafood, steaks and ribs. The lively environment is created by colorful abstract artwork, classic rock music and flat screens in every direction showcasing the day's news and sporting events. Yard House supports Round It Up America® by offering their guests the opportunity to "round up" on their check and donate that change to charity.


Offering a wide variety of group fitness classes, personal training, racquetball and handball courts, fitness center with free weights and cardio equipment, gymnasium, indoor track, steam room, sauna, whirlpool, and heated indoor pool.

YMCA Parking

Yum Yum Chinese Restaurant

Traditional Asian cuisine. Cash only.

YWCA Women's Art Gallery

The gallery features local, national and international exhibits and is the only gallery in Greater Cincinnati exclusively for women's art. Free and open to the public.

Zablong Peculiar Pizza

Zablong bakes oblong-shaped pies made-to-order with fresh ingredients in under two minutes, offering nine different house-made sauces ranging from classic tomato to roasted garlic puree or mushroom truffle.

Ziegler Park

Created with the local community in mind, this park features a new pool, upgraded basketball courts, a children's playground, a game grove, great lawn, and more!

Ziegler Park Garage

Ziegler Park's 400-space, two-level, underground parking garage is conveniently located across the street from the Ziegler Park pool. With vehicular entry/exit on Sycamore Street, between 13th and 14th streets, the garage includes 4 charging stations to serve 8 electric vehicles. Monthly parking passes are available for $95/month.

Zip Car

Zipcar is the world's largest car sharing and car club service. It is an alternative to traditional car rental and car ownership. Cars are available at - E. Court and Walnut Streets - Garfield Place and Race Street - E. 12th and Vine Streets


Modern, relaxed restaurant and wine bar offering dishes that are designed to share including hot and cold plates, Mussel bar and Artisan Z Breads.

Zundo Ramen & Donburi

Zundo offers authentic ramen noodles with meat- or fish-based dishes and a range of vegetables and protein, as well as a saki bar.

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