Where to Shop in Cincinnati, OH Shopping

Cincinnati's shopping scene includes malls, speciality shops and more.

On Friday, November 16, 2012 - 17:03
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Findlay Market

A Cincinnati institution, Findlay Market is in the historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. It is the state’s oldest continuously operated public market and is open year round Tuesdays through Sundays.

More than 20 indoor vendors sell all sorts of produce, meat, deli items and ethnic foods. From April to November, Findlay is home to a bustling farmers market three days a week where street performers mingle with outdoor merchants.

Kenwood Towne Centre

Upscale shopping is what’s to be found at Kenwood Towne Centre. This open-air mall has almost 200 stores and restaurants including The Cheesecake Factory and Maggiano's Little Italy. Kenwood Towne Centre also offers valet parking and hosts a variety of events.

O’Bryonville Business District

Historic O’Byronville is one of Cincinnati’s shopping districts. Fun and unique boutiques are interspersed with local eateries and art galleries.

Owl's Nest Park, which is historically significant in the neighborhood and community, is located nearby.

Tower Place

Another mall in Cincinnati is Tower Place. Situated in the city’s downtown, Tower Place offers retailers such as TJ Maxx and classic food court fare such as Auntie Anne’s pretzels. The mall is three levels and has access to two parking garages.

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