Learn about the best shops, retailers and service-providers in the
Cincinnati area. The winners in these categories were chosen by you, our
readers, using our online ballot. You've chosen champions in more than 70
categories giving us a list of the best resources in the city.
You can get just about anything you need in Cincinnati (presuming you're not asking for quality mass transit, and also have a car). Our city's wide ranging retail and service offerings run the gamut from architectural salvage, micro markets, non-profit specialty stores, lifestyle stores and florists. What else could you possibly need?
Learn about the best shops, retailers and service-providers in the Cincinnati area. The winners in this categories were chosen by you, our readers, using our online ballot. You've chosen champions in over 70 categories giving us a list of the best place to spend money in our city.
Learn about our picks for everything from the best Old-School Chinese to the best Vegan Baked Goods. These great Cincinnati businesses were chosen by our staff of hip and economically-brilliant writers.
Best new store (Nordstrom), best green-oriented business (Park and Vine), best acupuncturist (Carole Paine), best lawyer (Eric Deters), best liquor store (Party Source), best pilates (Pendleton Pilates), best shopping district (Ludlow Avenue in Clifton) and tons more.
Ohio native Nathan Hurst is a self-taught designer whose first projects involved decking out his dog. Having moved on to successful runway shows here in Cincinnati and later conquering the "Hip Hop Meets Couture" fashion show in San Francisco, Hurst is back in town with a new vision: Cincinnati Fashion Week.