Seven Essential Services You Can Get Downtown

A run to the hardware store or the dry cleaner doesn’t require a car if you’re downtown.

No need to head to the suburbs. Daily essentials are within reach downtown.

October 2018 | Downtown Living Now

Hardware Store
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

Grocery Store
At long last! Downtown residents will have a neighborhood Kroger. The multilevel supermarket is slated to open next summer.
Kroger, 100 E. Court St.

Coffee Shop
Locally owned, with just as many specialty brews (hot, iced, blended, nitro, non-caffeinated) as the big guys.
Kidd Coffee Co., multiple locations

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