Shopping

DEERFIELD TOWNE CENTER

Mason-Montgomery Road & Deerfield Blvd.
(513) 770-0273


Offering 65 national names, specialty boutiques, exclusive restaurants, great entertainment and more. Includes Regal Cinema, Whole Foods, Archivers, Learning Express Toys, Becoming Mom Spa and Bed, Bath & Beyond.


EASTGATE MALL

4601 Eastgate Blvd
Cincinnati, OH 45245-1208
513-752-2290


Anchored by Dillards, JCPenney, Kohls, and Sears, Eastgate also offers over 90 other retail stores, eateries and a movie theatre.


FLORENCE MALL

2028 Florence Mall
Florence, Kentucky 41042-1443
859-371-1231


A regional hub for Northern Kentucky shopping, Florence Mall is anchored by JCPenney, Sears, Lazarus-Macy's Fashion Store and Lazarus-Macy's Home Store. It also includes 130 specialty stores, a food court, and, for the children, the Wooly Mammoth Playland.


IKEA - WEST CHESTER

Off the Union Centre Blvd exit on I-75, exit 19
9500 IKEA Way
West Chester, Ohio 45069
(513) 779-7100


In addition to furniture and home accessories, Ohio's only IKEA store offers 48 room settings, a supervised children's play area, and a restaurant.


KENWOOD TOWNE CENTRE

corner of Kenwood and Montgomery Rd
exit 12 off I-71
Cincinnati, OH 45236
513-745-9100


A contemporary, multi-level development spanning 1.1 million square feet, Kenwood features more than 170 shops, eateries and services including more than 30 stores unique to the area and anchors Macy's and Dillards, with Nordstrom to open in September 2009. Its beautiful Montgomery Road streetscape design includes the popular destination restaurants Cheesecake Factory and Maggiano's Little Italy.


NORTHGATE MALL

9501 Colerain Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45251
513-385-5600


Anchored by Dillards, Lazarus-Macy's, and Sears, Northgate Mall offers over 100 specialty shops and stores for every interest. The Mall hosts a variety of events and shows throughout the year.


ROOKWOOD PAVILION and ROOKWOOD COMMONS

(Just off I-71 at Smith Edwards Exit, in block south of Edwards Rd between Edmondson and Madison Roads)
513-241-5800


These premiere outdoor lifestyle shopping and dining centers feature a variety of experiences for every interest - whether you are looking for health food, books, home furnishings, clothing or skin products. Rookwood is complimented with popular restaurants including J. Alexander's, Buca di Beppo, Max and Erma's and First Watch.


SYCAMORE PLAZA

Kenwood and Montgomery Rd
exit 12 off I-71
Cincinnati, OH 45236
513-793-2131


Located directly across from the Kenwood Towne Centre, Sycamore Plaza offers shoppers an array of specialty stores for business as well as the home and lifestyle. Two sit down restaurants allow visitors to enjoy leisure lunch or dinner.


STREETS OF WEST CHESTER

Off the Union Centre Blvd exit on I-75, exit 19
9465 Civic Center Blvd
West Chester, OH 45069


Featuring fine dining, casual favorites, shops, 2 spas and the Rave Movie Theatre.


TOWER PLACE AT THE CAREW TOWER

441 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-241-3888


Launched in 1991 in the beautifully restored, historic Carew Tower Complex, Tower Place combines the old with the new in 250,000 square feet of retail shops and restaurants. Located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati, it is just a short walk from Fountain Square and the Cincinnati Convention Center and just across the street from Lazarus-Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue.


TRI-COUNTY MALL

11700 Princeton Rd
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
513-671-0120


Located just off I-275, Tri-County has two levels and 1.3 million square feet of dining and shopping experiences. It includes over 170 eateries and stores including Lazarus-Macy's, JCPenney, and Sears.


Other Options


While malls and complexes offer excellent variety and quality, many Greater Cincinnati communities are also home to unique and charming shopping experiences. We have listed a sampling:


Hyde Park Square

and the

O'Bryonville

shopping district just northeast of the downtown area off I-71 (either Smith-Edwards Rd or Dana Ave exit) are eastside favorites.


Olde Montgomery Village

is another favorite (just north of Cross County Highway on Montgomery Rd). They feature one-of-a-kind clothing and home furnishing stores, antique stores, restaurants and more.


Wyoming

has a fun collection of antique and specialty shops also. (Northwest off I-75 take Galbraith exit west to Vine, then north to Wyoming Avenue)


Covington's MainStrasse Village

(just off 5th Street in Covington) is a restored German village where you will find vintage items, handcrafted gifts, antiques and collectibles, and more.


Lebanon, Ohio

is a popular antique destination (about 45 minutes north on I-71) where you will also want to save an appetite for a home-made meal at the historic Golden Lamb.