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Casual Pint craft beer bar opening next month in Oakley

Casual Pint craft beer bar and market will open its second area location at Oakley Station at the end of May, offering 36 beer taps for drinking there or taking growlers home.

New U-Square restaurant puts a fresh spin on French fries, hopes to grow into national chain

Scott Nelowet has opened his first French Fry Heaven restaurant at U-Square, the start of what he hopes will grow into a national chain known for fresh hand-cut fries and housemade toppings and sauces.

Center for Great Neighborhoods hosts six-month "makers" class with small business specialist

The Center for Great Neighborhoods is hosting a six-month training program for small "maker" businesses in Covington thanks to a grant from LISC of Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky.

Neyer Properties to begin redevelopment of Baldwin Piano site in May

The nearly 100-year-old Baldwin Piano site in Walnut Hills will yield 190 apartments, a hotel, restaurant space and a pocket park.

Louisville-based breakfast spot to open location in downtown Cincinnati

Queen City Square downtown will soon be home to one of Louisville's most popular breakfast and brunch spots, Wild Eggs.

Beyond the Curb hosts third housing tour in Bellevue and Dayton

The Catalytic Fund will offer behind-the-scenes peeks at a number of condos and private residences in Bellevue and Dayton in its third Beyond the Curb event April 24.

Gomez Salsa owner opening brick-and-mortar store in Walnut Hills

Andrew Gomez, owner of the Gomez Salsa walk-up window in Over-the-Rhine, is investing in his own neighborhood and opening a second location in Walnut Hills this summer.

New entertainment, food and drink options at GABP for the new Reds season

Opening Day brings the start of a new Cincinnati Reds baseball season and a number of changes at Great American Ball Park, mainly new food and drink offerings.

Findlay Kitchen to offer commercial space for food entrepreneurs, classes

Findlay Market hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony March 23 for its nonprofit Findlay Kitchen incubator, which will offer space for entrepreneurs and cooking classes as well as training, mentoring and resources.

Melt and Neon's getting brunch, Myrtle's Punch House adding food menu

Molly Wellmann acquired Melt and Picnic & Pantry in January with an eye toward bringing food to Wellmann's Brands bars, which will begin soon with brunch at Melt and Neon's and a food menu at Mrytle's Punch House.

OTR's first cookware store opening near Findlay Market April 2

Brad and Karen Hughes are opening Artichoke adjacent to Findlay Market to offer responsibly and sustainably made cookware from the U.S. and Europe and host regular chef demonstrations.

Cincinnati Shakespeare program helps students design own Bard-inspired projects

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company hosts the week-long Project 38 festival April 14-18 to showcase 43 different Shakespeare-based pieces produced in collaboration with area schools.

Hotel Covington to open its doors this summer

Hotel Covington will open this summer after a year-long $22-million renovation by Aparium Hotel Group.

Second phase of Avondale townhomes project gets OK to proceed

Hickory Place Townhomes opened last Fall along Northern Avenue in Avondale, and due to quick sales of the first eight units Phase II is now in the works.

Pop! Goes Westwood looking for businesses to help activate vacant lot this summer

Westwood Works and Westwood Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation plan to revitalize a vacant lot along Harrison Avenue with pop-up businesses every weekend June 18 through Sept. 11.
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