From local brews to Kentucky bourbon—and everything in between—Cincinnatians should have no trouble stocking their home bars with spirits. But how to serve it? We found some cool Cincy-centric options.
1. theUncommonGreen, a Boston-based company, ups the cool factor of our hometown with Cincinnati Street Maps rocks glasses. Go totally geo with its State of Ohio stone serving slate to complete the set (not pictured). Cincinnati Street Maps Rocks, $12.50, theuncommongreen.com
2. If you’re not quite sure what you’re looking at, that’s a liquor bottle sticking out of a rock, Sword-In-The-Stone-style. Pizazz Studio in Loveland carries a wide variety of home décor, accessories, and gifts—from whiskey rocks to Kate Spade products. Find a great collection of slate serving trays, funky wine and beer glasses, and unique products, such as this river stone bottle dispenser. Available in granite or river stone; crafted in the U.S. with stainless-steel hardware; Stone Bottle Dispenser, $134.95, pizazzstudio.com
3. MiCA 12/V in Over-The-Rhine offers a beautifully curated selection of local goods among other items. These bar towels from VisuaLingual, a design/print studio based in Cincinnati, and cityscape coasters, featuring photos by Hazel Brown Photography, make an attractive addition to a Queen City-themed bar. VisuaLingual Cincinnati Tea Towels, $22 ea.; Hazel Brown Photography Cincinnati Photo Tiles, $12 ea; Limited-run of Hazel Brown Photography Lumenocity Photo Tiles, $12 ea., shopmica.com
Rocks glass photo courtesy of theUncommonGreen; additional photos by Abigail Hofrichter