Are there any bookstores in Downtown Cincinnati?The opinions expressed here are those of the individual and not those of StreetAdvisor. Report
There are several. You can go to Iris Book Cafe in Over-the-Rhine. They offer an eclectic mix of used, rare and collectible books. They also serve coffee, tea, sandwiches, baked goods and more. In order to more fully serve their neighborhood, they also offer DVD rentals. The Ohio Book Store features five floors of books and magazines; they also offer bookbinding and repair services. Ohio Book Store has been in operation since 1940 and features a huge selection of books relating to regional history and interests. If you want a book about Cincinnati, this is the place to come. If you are a book lover, Ohio Book Store is a must. And, while the next two are not quite in Downtown Cincinnati, they are just across the river in Northern Kentucky. On the Covington side is Roebling Point Bookstore on Greenup Street, and on the Newport side is a huge Barnes & Noble at Newport on the Levee. Both of the bookstores on the Kentucky side are just a relatively short walk away from Downtown Cincinnati (take the pedestrian walkway on the Roebling Suspension Bridge to get to the Covington store or take the Purple People Bridge to get to the Newport store).