With the holiday season approaching, you or someone you know may be in the market for a venue for a corporate get-together, social event, or private dinner party—whether you need a small space for your local business gathering or a venue that can accommodate your very large family.
From more standard social events to more unique outings and experiences, here are several Everything Cincy partners that can accommodate small to large parties for your next get-together:
16 Lots Southern OutpostNewport Whether you’ve got 10 or 300+, 16 Lots Southern Outpost can host your next party, from full menu and formal service to specialized catering and buffets.
21c Cincinnati and Metropole on WalnutCentral Business District (CBD) Private event spaces including a ballroom for seating groups up to 120 (receptions up to 200), five art galleries to accommodate groups of 12 to 75, and private dining spaces available at Metropole with seating up to 12.
Aces PickleballNorwood Host an event with special amenities including indoor and outdoor event spaces, large and small groups, onsite catering, firepits with seating, and more. Request your event here.
The AcresEvendale Private space available to rent for parties up to 75 with no rental fee. Indoor/outdoor space featuring bar and restaurant, driving range, mini golf, and firepits on the patio. Click here to book your private party.
Alcove by MadTree BrewingOTR MadTree TaproomOakley Four unique and private spaces to choose from and dedicated planning support. Amenities include group sizes from 35 to 350 with onsite catering. More details and book your event here.
Backstage Event CenterCBD Private space available and can accommodate parties up to 300 (cocktail style), as well as a dedicated events and catering menu that can be customized to fit a range of budgets. More details available here.
BaruCBD Elevated bar and restaurant space available to accommodate large parties and private events. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Cafe AlmaPleasant Ridge With partial space to full restaurant rentals available, Cafe Alma can accommodate parties for up to 200 people. 15% off all holiday party pricing if booked before December 1. Click here for more information and to make a request.
Cincinnati Art MuseumMt. Adams Three available corporate and social event spaces for parties up to 75, 90, and 250. For more information and to submit your request, click here.
Cincy Brew Bus Buses can accommodate parties up to 100 for tours and tastings at local breweries, wineries, and distilleries. Learn more about Private Brew Bus Tours here.
Color Me MineCrestview Hills Town Center Choose to have a Ceramic Painting Party for up to 20 people, pick up a kit of supplies and host your own party, or rent the entire studio for your next group event. Click here to read more information and to book your party.
Dave & Buster’sFlorence Two private rooms, two semi-private spaces, and entire building buy-out available. Can accommodate parties from 30 to 130 or 1,600 in the entire building. Take 10% off of any event over $1,000 when held Monday through Thursday (must reference at time of booking). Make your reservation here.
Epic Event GalleryCBD Host a private dinner, social event, or party for up to 80 guests (100 standing), or a holiday-specific event for up to 90 guests. Booked any event before December 31, 2023 and take 10% off of your rental. Click here to start planning your event.
Five Iron GolfCBD Flexible space, cutting-edge technology, a locally-inspired catering menu and beverage packages suited for every occasion. Submit your request here.
Fowling WarehouseNorwood Group parties available for groups of all sizes or corporate outings. Specializes in large group events (up to 700 people). Reservations include access to private party space, tables and chairs, catering, bar, and private Fowling Lanes. Click here to submit an inquiry.
Frankie’s Sips & SavoriesCBD Partial rentals (accommodating 15–30) and full space rentals (up to 80 guests) available for private events. All packages feature onsite menu items. Submit your inquiry here.
Full Throttle Adrenaline ParkSpringdale Five private rooms are available, as well as catering services, bar with limited cocktails, single-serve appetizers and pizzas, and snacks are available at the front desk. Can accommodate groups up to 300. Submit your booking request here.
HofbräuhausNewport Space to accommodate up to 300 with catering options available. Reserve your group event here.
Hotel CovingtonCovington Wide variety of event spaces that can accommodate 10 to 500 guests. Submit an inquiry here.
Humble MonkNorthside Belgian-influenced brewery with private rooms available for larger parties; can accommodate parties from 10 to 200. Bring your own food or NYPD Pizza Northside delivers to the taproom for free and offers specials for customers.
Karrikin SpiritsFairfax Brewery and distillery. Lounge or Chandelier Bar available to rent with ability accommodate groups of 100 to 200. Reserve your party on one of their open nights (Friday or Saturday) and avoid the rental fee.
Lori’s RoadhouseWest Chester Two private bars available to rent and can accommodate parties up to 200. Private events can utilize the entire venue for up to 2,200 guests. Click here to submit a booking inquiry.
LouVino OTR Two private event spaces—Champagne Room for up to 15 and the Cellar accommodating up to 40—are available to book. Click here for more information.
Moerlein Lager HouseThe Banks Christkindlmarkt igloo rentals exclusively available for private gatherings, complete access to the vibrant market atmosphere throughout. Make your reservation here.
Nicholson’s Fine Food & Whisk(e)yCBD Private and semi-private spaces available for groups up to 30 or 48, as well as a dedicated events and catering menu that can be customized to fit a range of budgets. Click here for more information or to submit a request.
Northwood Cider CoNorwood Private sections and whole-house parties available; can accommodate sizes from 10 to 80. Catering and outside food or food trucks are welcome.
Not Your Average “Paint and Sip”Pendleton Private rooms available for parties up to 12. Complimentary full bar is included with every class. Located at Pendleton Art Center.
On the Rhine EateryOTR Private room available for 25 and the OTR Eatery space can accommodate party sizes up to 320. Parking is free for all attendees. All parties booked before 11/18 get the rental fee waived. Submit an event inquiry here.
OTR FunplexOTR Private party options include small (up to 12 people), midsize (up to 25), or large (up to 100) party, as well as a private happy hour (up to 45). Start planning your event here.
Posh Event SpaceOTR Meetings and corporate events with a minimum of 25 attendees available, as well as parties, dinners, and more. Click here to make your reservation.
The PubRookwood Private heated and enclosed patio that can accommodate a party up to 70 with a dedicated events menu. Request your event here.
Rhinegeist OTR Brewery with three private event spaces to choose from; accommodating small parties to groups up to 300+. Inquire about private spaces here.
The Summit HotelMadisonville 19 private rooms and two ballrooms accommodating groups from 10 to 300+ guests. Contact the sales office for holiday party deals and click here for more information.
Tin RoofThe Banks Can accommodate groups up to 250. Book before November 22 and take 10% off. Book your event here.
The WellCovington Special events and private parties available in the Big Room (70 people seated or up to 120 reception style) or the Small Room (30 people seated or 55 standing). Book before November 22 and take half off of the rental fee. Click here to make a reservation.
Have questions or want help planning your outing? Just ask!
[If there is not a link provided to book directly, contact the venue for more information and to make your plans.]
Additional Everything Cincy partners to consider when booking your social, corporate, or holiday outing: Butcher and Barrel, Ché, Ché O’Bryonville, Cock & Bull Public House – Covington, Crafts & Vines, Del Gardo’s, deSha’s Cincinnati, E+O Kitchen – The Banks, Element Eatery, The Flock, Frankie’s Sips & Savories, Frosthaus, Gangsters Dueling Piano Bar, The Growler House, Hail Marys, Honey Uninhibited, Juniper’s, Kopan, MegaCorp Pavilion, Metropolitan Club, Montgomery Inn The Boathouse, Prime Cincinnati, Samuel Adams Cincinnati Taproom, Shiners on the Levee, Street City Pub, The View at Shires’ Garden
Written by: Linsey Kraeling – Woman, wife, and mother about town; proud millennial; and lifelong Cincinnatian with an invested interest in community involvement and having a full plate—literally and figuratively. Follow along with and read more about eating like a sophisticated six-year-old, supporting local, and acting like a tourist in her own city atinstagram.com/linsinnati and tourdecincinnati.com.
For all of your holiday 2022 needs—markets, wondrous local fun, performances, magic, twinkling lights, gift-buying, and more—check out the list below of the many fun goings on over the next several weeks, as well as a comprehensive list for where you can host a holiday party. All events are linked to a site with more information regarding admission costs, dates and times, and location.
No matter your preference for the holiday season, whether it be celebrating with light displays, a large corporate gathering, or by supporting the arts, we have you covered.
Categories included below are:
Lights and Displays
Black Violin: Give Thanks Holiday Tour November 15, 7:30p Aronoff Center Hip-hop meets classical with the acclaimed band Black Violin, led by classically trained string players Wil B. (viola) and Kev Marcus (violin), who are joined onstage by DJ SPS and drummer Nat Stokes. cincinnatiarts.org
North Pole Express by LM&M Railroad November 18–20, 23, 26–27, December 1–4, 7–11, 14–23 Experience the wonder of the holiday season by journeying down the train tracks of Warren County, Ohio. Passengers spend time with Santa and his elves on the one hour and 15 minute festive train ride. lebanonrr.com Tickets start at $22
Metamora Old Fashioned Christmas Walk Opening Day November 25–December 18 Festive decorations, live music, shopping, and more. facebook.com
UDF’s Downtown Dazzle on Fountain Square November 26 and December 3, 10, 17 See Santa rappel from a Cincinnati skyrise and watch a fireworks display. Music and festivities start at 6:30p and the Downtown Dazzle show begins at 7. Enjoy a drink or hot cocoa at Fountain Square’s Bar or have fun at the ice rink. myfountainsquare.com
UDF’s Santa’s Workshop at Washington Park November 26 and December 3, 10, 17 Bring your family, your dog, your friends to meet Santa, but most all—be sure to bring your cameras. washingtonpark.org
BB Riverboats Holiday Lunch Cruise November 30, 12–2p (boarding at 11a) Two-hour cruise featuring games, entertainment, and a buffet. bbriverboats.com
Krampus! West Side Brewing, 5p An evening of hellish delights with the demons of Krampuslauf Zinzinnati, including Krampus Coal (Vanilla Baltic Porter) release and Craft Burger Bros serving up burgers. A portion of proceeds will be donated to charity. facebook.com
BB Riverboats Holiday Dinner Cruise December 2, 7:30–9:30p (boarding at 6:30p) Take in the skyline, watch the river go by, and enjoy a fantastic holiday meal. All seating is reserved. bbriverboats.com
BB Riverboats Holiday Brunch Cruise December 4, 12–2p (boarding at 11a) Dine on a hearty seasonal spread, then sit back and enjoy a perfectly relaxing afternoon while taking in the sights and listening to Dixieland Jazz Band. All seating is reserved. bbriverboats.com
Mt. Adams Reindog Parade at The Monastery December 10, 2–3p A Mt. Adams tradition for over 20 years. Dogs (and owners) dress in their Holiday Best, and prizes are awarded in a variety of categories. Food and vendors will be available before the parade. Registration is from 12:30–1:45p. mtadamscincy.org
LatkaPalooza December 24 Cincinnati’s annual Hanukkah bash at a local bar [TBD] for drinks, a DJ, and dreidel with friends—old and new. No cover. Cash bar. Kosher food. Open to ages 21-39. jewishcincinnati.org
Germania Society Christkindlmarkt November 4–6 The region’s oldest German Christmas market, based on traditional Christmas markets popular throughout Germany. German beer, mulled wine, and shopping unique gifts from local crafters under a covered pavilion and heated tents. germaniasociety.com $5 per person (credit/debit only), free admission for ages 12 and under and active/retired military with current ID
Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market at the Duke Energy Convention Center November 11–13 300 vendors selling decor, gifts, apparel, toys, treats, and more. cincinnatiholidaymarket.com Save $2 by buying tickets online
Lakota East Holiday Arts & Crafts Show November 12–13 Unique gifts for everyone on your list. lakotaeastcraftshow.com $2 admission ($5 early bird on Saturday), under 18 free
Holiday Market November 13, 11a–4p Third Eye Brewing Sip on holiday cocktails, mimosas, and award-winning beer while knocking off items from your shopping list. facebook.com
Art on Vine November 13, 12–7p Rhinegeist Local artists and makers showcasing and selling fine arts and handmade goods every first Sunday of the month. artonvinecincy.com
Holiday Shopping Expo at the Lawrenceburg Event Center November 18–20 Weekend of shopping from a selection of boutiques, crafters, upcycled and repurposed goods, specialty stores, local business, and more. Local group performances, wine tasting, and door prizes. facebook.com
Oak Hills Band Association Fall Craft Fair November 19, 9a–3p Oak Hills High School Get a start on your holiday shopping featuring more than 250 crafters and artisans. facebook.com $5 per person (ages 10 and under free)
Fall Sycamore Arts & Crafts Show November 19, 9a–4p Sycamore High School Arts and crafts, live student musical performances, and food offerings. sbob.org
The OFF Market Holiday Market November 19, 10a–4p Summit Park Monthly marketplace bringing together small businesses, artisans, brewers, bakers, farmers, and more—held in the same footprint as the summer market with the addition of an ice skating rink and other holiday festivities. theoffmarket.org
Holiday Bazaar at Queen City Clay November 19–20 Handmade ceramics and gifts. queencityclay.com
Greater Cincinnati Winterfair November 25–27 Northern Kentucky Convention Center Experience artful shopping organized by Ohio Designer Craftsmen, a nonprofit organization that supports artists and the community through year-round programming. winterfair.org $7 (children 12 and under free), available online or at the door. Ticket is valid for all three days.
Cincinnati Christkindlmarkt November 25–December 31, Thursday–Sunday Moerlein Lager House Schmidlapp Event Lawn Holiday themed Christmas festival featuring food, beverages, merchandise, holiday lights, and choral and musical entertainment. cincinnatichristkindlmarkt.com
Crafty Supermarket Holiday Show November 26 Music Hall Ballroom, 11a–5p This event marks 13 years of bringing you the best handmade goods around from over 100 makers from all over Ohio, the midwest, and beyond—just in time for holiday shopping or simply treating yourself. craftysupermarket.com
WestSide Holiday Market November 26 Westwood Town Hall, 12–5p 100+ local vendors, food trucks, photos with Santa, holiday music, free swag bags for the first 200 people, and a free fitness class. facebook.com
Shop Local on the Levee November 26–27 Newport on the Levee Celebrate Small Business Saturday with Shop Local on the Levee as local artisans and makers offer holiday hand-crafted goods. newportonthelevee.com
Winter Market at Washington Park November 26–27, December 3–4, 10–11, 17–18 The Winter Market will feature regional artisans and crafters in cozily designed huts, with local organizations to curate each weekend. Vendors will vary from weekend to weekend—lineup TBA. washingtonpark.org
Holiday Market at Findlay Market December 3–4 Dozens of farmers and outdoor vendors plus over 50 full-time merchants selling holiday gifts, food and decor. The Market will be selling Christmas trees, wreaths, and garland at Jane’s. Get a FREE commemorative ornament locally made by Lucca with every tree purchase. findlaymarket.org
Art on Vine December 11 Rhinegeist, 12–7p Local artists and makers showcasing and selling fine arts and handmade goods every first Sunday of the month. artonvinecincy.com
The City Flea December 17–18 Washington Park December 17: Evening Holiday Market, 4–9p (11a early bird mini market) December 18: Daylight Holiday Market, 11a–5p Cincinnati’s original curated urban flea market, small business incubator, community organization, and city advocate. thecityflea.com
Lights and Displays
The Christmas Casino November 2–January 2 Every year the casino resort is transformed into a whimsical and enchanting winter wonderland certain to dazzle and delight with added NEW holiday attractions every year. thechristmascasino.com
Celestial Holiday at Krohn Conservatory November 5–January 8, 2023 Krohn will be transformed into a glowing winter wonderland surrounded by shimmering lights and twinkling stars. $10 for adults, $7 for youths (5–17), and children (4 and under) free cincinnatiparks.com
Light Up the Fair November 11–December 31 Lighting up the Boone County skies with over one million lights from the comfort of your vehicle along a two-mile path. lightupthefair.com $15 per couple, $25 per carload (3–7 occupants), military and first responders free
Coney Island’s Nights of Lights November 11–January 2 2.5-mile drive through light show synchronized to both traditional and rocking holiday music through your car radio. coneyislandpark.com
Holiday Junction November 11–January 2 Cincinnati Museum Center Celebrate 76 years of winterland whimsy, featuring track-level views of over 300 rail cars and 60 locomotives, the Northern Lights display, Holiday Scavenger Hunt, Brickopolis LEGO scenes. cincymuseum.org Free for members, $10 for non-members, or $5 with any other museum admission
Christmas at the Junction November 12–January 1, 2023 EnterTRAINment Junction Take a magical journey through a Winter Wonderland to the North Pole where you can see the Reindeer & Elf Workshop. Then, visit Mrs. Claus in her kitchen and, of course, visit Santa in his study. entertrainmentjunction.com
Holly Jolly Days at Behringer-Crawford Museum November 12–January 8, 2023 White Christmas exhibit from the Rosemary Clooney house, holiday toy trains, and Winter Wonderland in NaturePlay. bcmuseum.org Admission included with museum admission (free for members, $9 for adults, $8 for seniors 60+ and $5 for children ages 3–17). Face masks recommended.
The Christmas Ranch November 18–December 23 (closed Thanksgiving) Lights, shops, bonfires, and train and wagon rides. $22 per car load, $33 per oversized van (10+ visitors), no buses or RVs, free parking thechristmasranch.com Reservations required for admission
Holidays at the Farm November 18–December 23 Caroling, classic movies, pony rides, train display, reindeer scavenger hunt, live entertainment, trails, hay wagon ride, marshmallows toasting, and more. greatparks.org
Journey Borealis at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park November 18–January 1, 2023 (Tuesday–Thursday, 6–9p and Friday–Sunday, 6–10p, closed Mondays) Driving display featuring an artful adventure through the holiday lights. To enjoy the new, festive soundtrack by Butler Philharmonic Orchestra and vocals by Cincinnati Boychoir, please download the OTOCAST APP before arriving to the show. journeyborealis.com Admission is $25 per carload for non-members and $15 per carload for members City of Hamilton residents get in FREE on Tuesdays (please bring your ID or a current utility bill)
Holiday in Lights at Armco Park in Warren County (formerly Sharon Woods) November 18–December 30 Outdoor light display viewed from your vehicle, built with over 1 million lights and over 250 light displays, and has been an established holiday family tradition in Cincinnati for over 32 years. Purchase special effects glasses at the gate to enhance your experience—$2 for one or 3 for $5 holidayinlights.com Admission is $20 per vehicle; $60 for buses and 15-passenger vans No cash is accepted $1 off coupon here
PNC Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo November 18–January 8, 2023 Open Sunday–Thursday until 9p; Friday and Saturday until 10p (closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas) The 40th annual Festival of Lights, featuring 4 million LED lights, the North Polar Express train ride (starting at 4p), the spectacular Wild Lights show on Swan Lake, and snacks at one of two S’mores-n-More stands. cincinnatizoo.org Included with zoo admission
Light Up Middletown November 24–December 31 Drive through fantasy light display celebrating 23 years. Open in all weather and holidays. lightupmiddletown.org Admission by cash donation–you set the price
ProLink Staffing’s Light Up the Square presented by Macy’s November 25, 6–11p Kick off the holiday season with Fountain Square’s annual tree lighting celebration. Festivities begin at 6p with live music, followed by a special appearance by Santa Claus, then a dazzling fireworks display. myfountainsquare.com
Yuletide Village November 25–December 17 Fridays (5–9p) and Saturdays (3–9p) Renaissance Park A glowing 16th century Yuletide Village awaits. Food services begins at 5. yuletidevillage.com
Deck the Y’alls Lightfest November 25–January 1, 2023 Experience more than 2 million lights, themed areas, holiday shopping, great food, Santa Claus, ice skating, carnival, and more decktheyalls.com
Light Up the Levee at Newport on the Levee November 26, 4–7p (click here for the schedule of events) An evening of festive fun including a holiday market, live music, fireworks, and a visit from Santa Claus as they light their 50-foot tree. newportonthelevee.com
Light in the Forest December 1–January 1 (select dates) Enjoy a peaceful walk in the winter woods with an expanded trail featuring a lit forest, new installations by five regional artists, children’s activities, live music, bonfire, holiday shopping, and more. cincynature.org Click here for admission prices
Hanukkah at Fountain Square December 18, 6–7:30p Celebrate Hanukkah with the Cincinnati Jewish Community, featuring an outdoor menorah lighting, ice skating, bumper cars, and so much more. jewishcincinnati.org
Menorah Lights on the Levee December 18 Newport on the Levee Join in the Festival of Lights as we light the menorah and celebrate the first night of Hanukkah. newportonthelevee.com
Ice Skating at Fifty West November 1–February 23, 2023 Ice skate before grabbing a bite to eat from the 50W Burger Bar while enjoying the heated tent and great craft beer. fiftywestbrew.com $10 per person for one hour of ice time and skate rental (free for children under 4)
Skating + Bumper Cars at the UC Health Ice Rink presented by 5/3 on Fountain Square November 5–February 20, 2023 Figure and hockey rental skates are available, plus the concession tent will serve snacks and beverages. The ice rink will feature two different kinds of sessions: bumpers and skating ($15) and skating only ($10). myfountainsquare.com
Warm 98.5 Ice Rink at Summit Park November 12–January 8 After a spin on the ice, grab a hot chocolate, a DORA beverage, or a meal from one of the four on-site restaurants or the nearby Neighborhoods at Summit Park. summitparkblueash.com $7 per person (skate rental included), children under 3 free
The Station on the Levee November and December (multiple dates) Newport on the Levee All aboard The Station on the Levee! Families are invited to take a ride on the holiday train inside The Gallery. newportonthelevee.com $5
Kings Island WinterFest November 25–December 31 (select nights) Step into a world of holiday magic featuring experiences and activities and festive food. Voted in 2021 as one of the top Theme Park Holiday Events in the country by USA TODAY readers. visitkingsisland.com Admission starting at $29.99
Trans-Siberian Orchestra presents the Ghosts of Christmas Eve November 19, 3p Heritage Bank Center Multi-platinum, progressive rock group playing its “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve” tour. heritagebankcenter.com
Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and Then Some!) at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company December 8–31 Fresh and fun annual tradition that sends up everything from Dickens to Dr. Seuss for 90+ minutes of high octane jollity and frivolity. cincyshakes.com
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Jr. December 10–19 The Children’s Theatre (Taft Theater) 60-minute musical adaptation of the beloved classic television special. thechildrenstheatre.com
Holiday Pops at Music Hall December 9–11 Cincinnati’s beloved holiday tradition returns with music, warmth, laughter, and seasonal inspiration for the entire family. Share unforgettable memories in the grandeur of a Music Hall. cincinnatisymphony.org $25–115 This concert is eligible for Pay What You Wish Pricing. To learn more, visit Music for All.
The Nutcracker at Music Hall December 15–24 Cincinnati’s favorite holiday tradition. cballet.org
An Acoustic Christmas with Over the Rhine December 16–18 Presented by Nederlander Entertainment and Memorial Hall. memorialhallotr.com $44–74
Whether for a company holiday function or a fun way to get out with a group of friends, there are several options around the city to host your next party—from small to large gatherings. Here is a list of just some of the many ideas.
There are many restaurants in Cincinnati that offer private room rentals. Here are several options for where to book yours.
Butcher and Barrel Central Business District A variety of seating options for corporate events, birthday celebrations, or rehearsal diners. thebutcherbarrel.com
Galla Park Gastro The Banks Booking options include private room (30 seated, 60 social), half venue (200 guests), and full venue (500 guests). gallapark.com
Khora at Kinley Hotel Central Business District Perfectly sized for large gatherings with delicious heart-felt dishes. khorarestaurant.com
Metropole at 21c Central Business District Nine unique event spaces, including a private dining room, and spaces that double as 21c Museum galleries. Space is available for private parties of 10 to 350. metropoleonwalnut.com
Moerlein Lager House The Banks Several private dining options to accommodate groups from 20 guests to 150 to 300 and even 1500 on the Schmidlapp Event Lawn. moerleinlagerhouse.com
On the Rhine Eatery Central Business District Set up shop at the OTR Eatery food hall. ontherhineeatery.com
Pampas O’Bryonville From small and intimate gatherings to larger-scale private events and rentals. pampascincinnati.com
Prime Cincinnati Central Business District Several private dining options available for party sizes 8 to 80. primecincinnati.com
These aren’t your ordinary event spaces. These venues have built in entertainment as well, from bowling, rage rooms, and arcades, to sightseeing and go-karting.
BB Riverboats Newport Group events and dining, sightseeing, kids, holiday, and specialty cruises. bbriverboats.com
These local venues can accommodate smaller gatherings for 50 people or less.
Gather Cincy East Walnut Hills Party space can accommodate up to 30. gathercincy.com
The Growler House East Walnut Hills Parties from 1 to 50; private tastings or “Beer 101” classes available. thegrowlerhouse.com
Mom ’n ‘Em Camp Washington, Madisonville Baby showers, birthdays, corporate meetings, pop-ups, and small weddings. A mobile coffee cart is also available. momnemcoffee.com
It is also helpful to consider breweries with event spaces, such as Big Ash, Braxton, Esoteric, Little Miami, Listermann, MadTree, Rhinegeist, West Side, and more. If you are unsure about whether or not a restaurant, brewery, or other business may have a space that is available to rent for a private party, just ask!
Written by: Linsey Kraeling – Woman, wife, and mother about town, proud millennial, and lifelong Cincinnatian with an invested interest in community involvement and having a full plate—literally and figuratively. Follow along with and read more about eating like a sophisticated six-year-old, supporting local, and acting like a tourist in her own city at instagram.com/linsinnati and tourdecincinnati.com.