No need to head to the suburbs. Daily essentials are within reach downtown.
A two-story shop with a small-town feel in the heart of the city, selling everything from small appliances to DIY supplies.
Woods Hardware, 125 E. Ninth St., (513) 241-2759
Old school meets new at this third-generation family-owned barbershop—now with an extra kick.
Ferrari Barbershop & Coffee Co., 5 Garfield Place, (513) 421-0628
Kim Dao has been a favorite of downtowners since she opened up shop in 2007. She’s been doing alterations for 30 years.
Kim Dao’s Alterations, 21 E. Court St., (513) 417-9203
These guys have been in business for more than 100 years supplying downtown patrons and local restaurants alike.
Avril-Bleh & Sons, 33 E. Court St.,(513) 241-2433
This full-service vet clinic performs check-ups, surgeries, and dental care, as well as spaying and neutering.
Plum Street Pet Clinic, 427 Plum St., (513) 961-1110
At long last! Downtown residents will have a neighborhood Kroger. The multilevel supermarket is slated to open next summer.
Kroger, 100 E. Court St.
Locally owned, with just as many specialty brews (hot, iced, blended, nitro, non-caffeinated) as the big guys.
Kidd Coffee Co., multiple locations