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Co-owner Brad Bernstein reopened Postmark as a bistro this week and purchased the historic Dutch’s space in Hyde Park earlier this summer.
The butchery offers take-home grill kits, a charcuterie program, and beer and wine in the old Teller’s space, and the restaurant is slated to open next month.
From arcade games to duckpin bowling, you can still have fun going out with these new safety measures.
From driving donations to mobilizing activists, local musicians are contributing to the fight against racially-motivated police brutality.
With health and safety in mind, the bar is back in business with reservation-only service, online ordering, and strategically placed plants to mark appropriate distancing.
Nonprofit Transform Cincy accepts gently used clothing donations to help trans youths build new wardrobes that fit their needs.
Harmony Plant Fare in Findlay Market takes its inspiration from deli classics, but their versions are plant-based.
From timed handwashing and frequently scheduled cleanings to reservation-only dining and social-distance floor markers, this is what the “new normal” looks like.
Local musicians have turned to virtual options for recording, performing, and creating music together, all from the comfort of their homes.
The couple met in New York over a shared need for a phone charger and then pursued a long-distance relationship before marrying in Scotland.