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Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati is a distinctly Midwestern city, and it has been wrapped up in every phase of American history. It was one of the United States’ early boomtowns, and the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is the largest National Historic District in the country. Today, it’s part of a fast-growing metro area, and home to a remarkable blend of industry and architecture. Downtown Cincinnati is surrounded by picturesque foothills that add a beautiful backdrop to the Queen City and its legendary skyline – celebrated in the opening credits of television show WKRP in Cincinnati.

Cincinnati Neighborhoods
Cincinnati is a sprawling city consisting of a variety of neighborhoods, some of them having characteristics of individual cities, such as Buckhead, while some have the feel of small towns, such as Virginia-Highland.

Downtown The city center is “Downtown” Cincinnati, sometimes referred to as the “Central Business District.” With many major attractions and corporate headquarters located here, the focus of the region revolves around this district.

Avondale is a primarily residential urban neighborhood near the center of the city, notable for the presence of the Cincinnati Zoo.

Hyde Park is an upscale, largely white and upper class residential neighborhood. At the heart of the neighborhood is Hyde Park Square, a tree-lined esplanade of boutique shops and restaurants, including Indigo, Teller’s, Vineyard Cafe and Graeter’s Ice Cream.

Mt. Adams is a trendy upscale neighborhood located directly northeast of downtown Cincinnati. Mt. Adams is known for its lively night scene, beautiful views of the skyline, and the Holy Cross-Immaculata Catholic Church, which was built by German immigrants in the city’s early days. German inscriptions can be seen around the church.

Clifton is also located near the city center, and is home to an especially wide range of people, boasting a population diverse in ethnicity, race, sexuality, gender, age, country of origin, and economic status. A number of students at the local University inhabit the stately apartment buildings, as well as many of the beautiful older homes that line the gas-lit streets, though a number of families and other residents are also proud to call Clifton home. Especially notable is the stretch of Ludlow between Clifton Ave and Whitfield, as it is home to a number of restaurants specializing both in American fare (perhaps the best Skyline Chili in all of Cincinnati, as well as local diner the Proud Rooster) and ethnic delights (Ambar and Amol India, Thai Cafe, Mediterranean Foods), as well as a number of independent shops and boutiques, and finally, one of Cincinnati’s most historic and popular gay dive bars, the Golden Lions, which features dancing on Tuesday nights.

Mt. Washington is an up and coming economically diverse neighborhood located on Cincinnati’s east side. The neighborhood contains a variety of shopping options along its Water Tower business district, ranging from thrift shops to upscale women’s boutiques (Magnolia Clothing Boutique originated in Mt. Washington). The neighborhood is known for its variety of homes, ranging from large estates (along Salem Avenue and Wayside Avenue) to affordable apartments. Architecturally the neighborhood is home to several notable buildings, including the Mt. St. Mary’s Seminary, Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church, and Guardian Angel Church.

Northside is an economically and racially diverse neighborhood notable for a strong sense of community investment and pride. The neighborhood is home to many unique shops including Shake It Records (an independently owned record store), and two vintage clothing stores, Avant Garage and Casablanca Vintage. Restaurants include culinary delights Honey, Melt, and Slims, and KFC. The nightlife in Northside is lively with a variety of clubs including Alchemize!, The Comet, and the Northside Tavern. The neighborhood is also home to a sizable LGBT population and hosts many of of the city’s gay pride events.

Oakley is an up and coming neighborhood that borders Hyde Park. Oakley has a lively downtown area with many unique restaurants and shops including Dewey’s Pizza, Habits Cafe, Denim, and Bova Furniture. Also notable is Aglamesis Ice Cream, a long-time competitor of Graeter’s in the gourmet ice cream category.

Over-the-Rhine is the location of Music Hall (home of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Opera) and Findlay Market, Ohio’s oldest public market in continuous operation. Care should be taken when visiting this neighborhood as it houses many of the low income residents of Cincinnati and crime is more frequent here than in other areas of the city. The Main Street Entertainment District is also located in OTR, which is a widely discussed neighborhood in Cincinnati because of the rampant gentrification that has taken place in recent years, resulting in an influx of wealthier residents (or simply bar patrons) into what had previously been a low-income area. When in Over-the-Rhine be sure to drink Christian Moerlein’s Over-the-Rhine Ale!

Price Hill is one of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhoods, first settled in 1789 and named Price Hill in the 1870s after General Rees Price. An incline opened by Price and his sons brought many wealthy residents to the top of the hill, and the grand mansions they built still stand today. The community’s history is preserved at the Price Hill Historical Society on Warsaw Avenue, and the neighborhood is home to the first Skyline Chili parlor, the upscale Primavista Restaurant, the 120-year-old Crow’s Nest Tavern, the Gothic-style St. Lawrence Church, and the popular Blue Note Café, which features live music every night of the week.

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