Local Ohio Business Spotlight: Cincinnati
By Maggie Butler

Local Ohio Business Spotlight: Cincinnati

Treat your self by shopping from these Cincy shops

Sloane Boutique storefront in Cincinnati

Small businesses throughout Cincinnati have found creative ways to continue selling their products and services. Here are a few local shops and cafés you can support online:


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Fern

While spending time at home, brighten up the place with interior plant designs and hand-crafted home goods from Fern.

Sidewinder Coffee

For those still searching for their caffeine fix during the quarantine, Sidewinder Coffee is there to help. They are offering free next day delivery of whole bean or ground retail coffee packages for those living close to their store, as well as next-day pick up.


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Sloane Boutique

If you can no longer stand wearing sweats around the house, head to Sloane Boutique’s website to pick out a stylish outfit. The store is now offering an enhanced online shopping experience with free domestic shipping, free local delivery and virtual shopping appointments. Additionally, enjoy 15% off all full-price items, no code needed.

Spruce Nail Shop

Spruce Nail Shop is a neighborhood nail salon that is dedicated to providing the safest alternatives for polishes, products and practices for their clients. While the store front is temporarily closed, you can still support the salon by purchasing a gift card and ordering their products.


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Big Ash Brewing

If you’re looking for a reprieve from at home cooking, look no further. Big Ash Brewing is open seven days a week and provides delivery and curbside takeaway. If you’re feeling creative, make your own pizza, or try one of their specialties like the Vampire Slayer and Fiesta. Don’t forget to watch it down with a 64 oz. growler of your beverage of choice!

The Breathing Room

The Breathing Room is a Pilates, core align and yoga studio. While the physical studio is temporarily closed, you can continue your practice with the studio’s online workshops and YouTube videos.


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Lane & Kate

Treat yourself or a loved one to some fashion jewelry from Lane & Kate. The store has something for everyone, ranging from dainty to decorative.

Play Library

The Play Library is like a library, but for toys rather than books. “Playtime” memberships can come to the store for unlimited family play dates and “Play & Borrow” memberships let you take toys home. All paid memberships help deserving families who are unable to afford one. While the library is currently closed, you can still support the store by purchasing a gift card or membership, as well as a Play Library coloring book or baseball T-shirt.

For more online ideas and ways to #SupportLocalOhio, check out #OhioFindItHere at Ohio.org.

About the Author

Maggie is the Public Relations Intern for TourismOhio, where she assists with blog content, creation and editing and works closely with the public relations and marketing staff. She is a junior at The Ohio State University where she studies Strategic Communications and Spanish. Born and raised in Columbus, Maggie is a lifelong Columbus Blue Jackets fan and is always willing to give you her favorite restaurant recommendations around the city.