Went with my mom to see the art opening for her friend Mark Sullivan down at Park+Vine.
I stocked up on goods for the pantry in case we ever get snow, and eyed the garden and bike supplies.
Main St. by Andrew Neyer
Strolled around Main Street in Over the Rhine for a while. Visited a few new places we’d never been: First up was Smartfish Studio & Sustainable Supply. Part design and art supply store, and also makers of shoes. Really great vibe, and I was smitten with the tools for borrow.
Architecture for Humanity Cincinnati had a setup in the window where folks could denote aspirations for the community. Each pencil represented an opportunity or a thing to celebrate.
A map outside on the window gave folks a way to add some context.
Next up was Losantiville Design Collective, a shared space and storefront for creative folk.
Capped off the evening at Abigail St., a new joint with wine on tap and a simple menu of plates for sharing. Mom and I highly recommend the beet salad and carrot salad. I particularly enjoyed the gnocchi, but everything
was quite tasty.
A fine evening for sure.
Links from this post: (Some removed because, well, you gotta move on sometime!)
- Losantiville Design Collective
- Andrew Neyer
- Smartfish Studio
- Abigail St.
- Architecture for Humanity Cincinnati