Best Places to Shop in Cincinnati, OH

Here’s my take on some of the best places to shop in Cincinnati. Whether you are a local or a tourist I hope this list helps you out. Let us know each store is doing too!

1. Duck Creek Antique Mall- 3715 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209. Antique shopping is in its prime in the Duck Creek Antique Mall, with several dealers and merchants providing visitors with a nice selection of offerings from times now gone.


2. Duck Creek Antique Mall- 3715 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209. Antique shopping is in its prime in the Duck Creek Antique Mall, with several dealers and merchants providing visitors with a nice selection of offerings from times now gone.


3. Kenwood Towne Centre- 7875 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, OH 45236-4344. Kenwood Towne Centre is the best place in Cincinnati to find the hottest trends, with hundred of popular retailers and speciality shops filling its expansive space. Stores include: Williams-Sonoma and the Pottery Barn.

4. Hyde Park Square- 2643 Erie Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45208. A store-to-store shopping district brimming with wonderful stores and eateries, Hyde Park Square is a wonderful place to shop in Cincinnati.
5. Mt. Adams- This neighborhood is a great spot to find local art and merchandise, not to mention several wonderful clothing and offerings from the many independently owned boutiques in the Mt. Adams area.

6. Tower Place- 28 W. 4th St., Cincinnati, OH 45202. Tower Place is an archetypal shopping center, known for providing guests with a shopping and dining experience that is unparallel by other malls in the area. Open daily.

7. Fountain Place- 5th and Vine Sts., Downtown, Cincinnati, OH. This downtown shopping area is a great place to find high end retailers as well as specialty shops and restaurants.

8. Cincinnati Mall- Cincinnati Mills Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45240.
The Cincinnati Mall is a great place to find an awesome array of stores, small boutiques, restaurants, and entertainment.

9. Tri-County Mall-11700 Princeton Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45246. Tri-county mall is the place to shop in Cincinnati with several department stores and restaurants keep it in the forefront of the vibrant Cincinnati shopping community.

10. Rookwood Commons & Pavilion- 3805 Edwards Road
Cincinnati, OH 45209. Rookwood is the perfect location to find wonderful local clothing and speciality stores, as well as popular brands you’ve come to know and love. www.shoprookwood.com
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SuzM Jun 22, 2012
The Top Five Shopping Malls in the Cincinnati area are:

1. Kenwood Towne Center (KTC) - This is the best mall in Cincinnati with the biggest and best selection of nationally known stores and restaurants. KTC is home to the area's only Nordstrom, H&M, and Cheesecake Factory. Besides Nordstrom, the mall is anchored by Macy's and Dillard's department stores. Kenwood is also home to the only Apple store in Cincinnati.

2. Rookwood Commons & Rookwood Pavilion - These outdoor lifestyle malls are conveniently and centrally located. You will find many nationally known chains here from clothing stores to restaurants, including a Whole Foods Market. Rookwood Commons, the first of the two malls at this location is home to several local or regional stores, restaurants and salons, as well as the area's only Nordstrom Rack (Nordstrom's discount outlet). The Pavilion side has many dining options from fast food like Five Guys Burgers and Fries to family-style dining at Buca di Beppo.

3. Tri-County Mall - This mall is anchored by three department stores, Macy's, Dillard's, and Sears. It features over 150 specialty stores, both national and local in origin. There is a food court located at one end and two restaurants, Ruby Tuesday and BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse.

4. Deerfield Towne Center - located in the northern Cincinnati suburbs (Deerfield Township) is an outdoor lifestyle mall featuring a variety of shops and restaurants. Here you will find Cincinnati's other Whole Foods Market, as well as the Regal Cinema. Dining options abound at Deerfield with choices of cuisine including sushi, Irish fare, Italian, Mexican, and more.

5. The Streets of West Chester - This upscale outdoor mall is also located in the northern Cincinnati suburbs (West Chester). There are a few boutiques and a Barnes & Noble at this mall. It's main attraction is the dining and the Rave Cinema. There are a variety of different restaurants here from the Original Pancake House, to Red Robin, to Mitchell's Fish Market.

Honorable Mention: Tower Place Mall in Downtown Cincinnati. This gets an honorable mention, because it is the only mall located in Downtown Cincinnati. It has definitely seen better days and is only a fraction of what it used to be after it first opened. The stores may mostly be gone, but there is still a nice food court that is a lunchtime haven for Downtown office workers.
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