Cincinnati is full of inviting neighborhoods. One of the most popular is Hyde Park on the city’s eastern side. Established in 1892 by a group of wealthy businessmen, this charming area reminds many of a small Parisian village and was named one of America’s best neighborhoods by Forbes Magazine in 2010.
One of the reasons for this accolade is Hyde Park Square, a two-block section known for its abundance of fun eateries and unique shops.
So what exactly is there to do “on the Square?”
No less than 14 restaurants and cafes offer a wide range of dining options, from hearty homestyle cooking at Echo Restaurant to sushi and tacos at E+O Kitchen.
Ready to relax after a long day at the office? Then check out Unwind, a rustic, upscale wine bar with a fireplace and bottles of wine in every nook and cranny. Looking for a cozy coffee shop with live music? Awakenings is just the spot and is open seven days a week.
No matter what your food tastes, there is a restaurant for you in Hyde Square Park.
Sixteen art galleries and gift boutiques provide an escape from life’s hectic pace.
Cockerill’s boasts a world of constantly changing glass, jewelry, and unique artworks. Fazel Rug Gallery specializes in beautiful new and antique handmade rugs. Goldsmith Cardell is the place for the best in china and silver gifts.
Whether you’re just browsing or are ready to buy, Hyde Park Square has the perfect gallery or shop for you.
No urban shopping oasis is complete without fashionable apparel retailers. Hyde Park Square has 18 of them, providing everything from rugged outdoor gear at Delamere and Hopkins to casual and formal women’s clothing at the Pink Tulip Club.
No matter your style or price range, Hyde Park Square has an apparel retailer for you.
One of the top reasons residents love our community is its close proximity of Hyde Park Square; a hip, trendy shopping and dining paradise that few other cities can match. If you’re ready to make The Drexel at Oakley your new home, please contact us. We look forward to showing you around!