Check out a recap of the small and local businesses we've featured this week on our new sister page Spend With Cincinnati.
Cincy Chic recently launched a new sister account called Spend With Cincinnati. The goal of Spend With Cincinnati is to share how the public can still support small and local businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak. Below is a recap of what we’ve featured this week:
Findlay Market: With the weather finally starting to brighten up, what better way to get outside than visiting the famous @findlaymarket 🤩 They have been working hard to keep the market clean and safe! Click the link in their bio to donate towards being able to continue a clean environment and help out this favorite market!
Monday’s: see merchants
Urbana Cafe: After that nice long holiday weekend there’s one thing I need a little extra of…coffee ☕️ @urbanacafe has grown from starting with their Vespa Ape, to a staple favorite of Cincinnati! You can order your coffee to brew at home with free local delivery or stop in their shop!
Soho Hyde Park: Simple staples is what can truly make or break a wardrobe! Stop buy and pick up these perfect summer staples from @sohohydepark !! Open: Tuesday-Friday 11-4!
You can also: – Private in store appointments – Virtual appointments – Curbside pickup or home delivery
Check out their page and website to see all the amazing, trendy pieces they have to offer and happy shopping!
Awesome Blossom Bakery: Calling all my keto lovers! @awesomeblossombakerywas started by owner Celine after going keto and gluten free with her family to help her son in dealing with dietary restrictions! She has created delicious baked goods that are keto, gluten free, and vegan friendly!
Order online through the link in her bio and discovery how dietary restrictions doesn’t have to mean you still can’t have yummy food!
Alba Beauty Studio: After being stuck inside for so long, it’s finally time to have that treat yourself day you deserve! @albabeautystudio has opened their doors back up just for you! They are an all organic and non toxic spa offering services like hair, nails, lashes, and more!
Call or visit their website to book your appointment today!
&Sundries: How amazing looking are these soap bars😍 (plus they smell even better than they look!) @andsundries offers all handmade and good-for-you ingredient products!
Stop in the shop, order online, order for curbside pickup, or choose their new delivery (within five miles) option! They have amazing soaps, sanitizers, and more!
Parlor on 7th: Happy Friday! Kickstart your weekend with a delicious happy hour at @parloron7th !! They are NOW OPEN taking reservations Wednesday-Sunday from 2:30-9:30! Offering amazing meals and cocktails to celebrate the end to the week and they start to the weekend!
Hello Honey: Kickstart a beautiful weekend with some delicious ice cream! @hellohoneyicecream is open for dine-in and carry-out for you to enjoy! They have every delicious flavor you could imagine and make the perfect afternoon treat!
Head over to their website to order and pay ahead online!
Studio 713: Rosé all day😍 @studio7thirteen_boutique rosé scented candle smells AMAZING but they sell out fast so make sure to get yours today! Make sure to head over to their store to see all thei amazing goodies they have to offer!
Cincinnati Enquirer: It’s breaks my heart seeing all the damage done to our businesses. I have struggled with processing how damage like this could be necessary. But to those silenced and ignored, this is how we are finally heard. •
Below I have a link to a list of all those damaged due to the riots via @enquirer(updated as of Saturday night) •
Please do what you can to keep yourself and those you love safe. Many businesses have already boarded up. If you see one who hasn’t yet, ask if there’s anything you can do to help. •
Keep supporting local. Many businesses were planning on re-opening due to quarantine today, but now cannot. We need to do our part to bring justice to our country and help those effected in our community.
Stay safe Cincinnati❤️ https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2020/06/01/cincinnati-city-council-briefed-looting-damage-during-protests/5304969002/