Hen of the Woods’ owners Nick and Kim Marckwald started out doing underground dining experiences with family and friends in 2012. By this time next year, they'll open a physical restaurant in OTR.
After living in New York City for 11 years, Libby Andress came to Cincinnati and decided it was time to open her own boutique.
There will soon be a new brewery on the scene in Over-the-Rhine. Kevin Moreland, former head brewer at Listermann/Triple Digit Brewing Company, is opening Taft’s Ale House in OTR.
In June, the city approved plans to develop a brewery district in Over-the-Rhine. Part of that district includes the expansion of the Sam Adams brewery.
Daniel and Lana Wright, owners of Senate and Abigail Street, are looking to open their third restaurant, Pontiac Bourbon and BBQ, this summer.
In May, brand design firm Go Dutch will move from Covington to its new home across the river. Its new location will be in the Emanuel Center Building in OTR.
Today, Christian Moerlein is holding a soft opening for Wienerwurst Mike Frankfurtary, a new restaurant at the brewery’s Over-the-Rhine taproom.
Westfalen Lofts II, located at 1426-1438 Race St. in Over-the-Rhine, is an extension of Westfalen Lofts. The project involved converting seven buildings into one condo development.
After a 15-year career with P&G, Cherylanne Skolnicki became a certified health coach and started teaching people how to eat better. In January 2011, she started Nourish Yourself, a service that will cook dinner for you.
Starting this season, the Cincinnati Saints professional soccer team will be playing at Stargel Stadium at Taft High School. The stadium is two blocks from Over-the-Rhine’s Music Hall, Washington Park, restaurants, bars and breweries.
Over-the-Rhine-based construction and development company Core Resources is planning to add about 20 jobs to handle its Family Dollar account.
At the end of March, Andrew Gomez will be opening his restaurant, Gomez Salsa, on 12th Street in Over-the-Rhine.
Three years ago, NYC native Noah Smith purchased the Gerke Building at 132 W. Court St. Because of the building’s unique characteristics, he envisions the building becoming a brewery or a restaurant.
Cincinnati’s Neighborhood Enhancement Program, a 90-day collaborative effort between city departments, neighborhood residents and community organizations, focuses on developing the assets of individual neighborhoods.
Childhood friends and founders of the Pedal Wagon, Jack Heekin and Tom O’Brian, will soon open the doors to their newest venture, HalfCut, a craft beer café.