Hyde Park is an upscale, trendy and centrally located town a few miles from Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. A few days ago, I was shopping in the area and took a few photographs.
These brightly painted outdoor planters are so pretty! Come Spring…they’ll be even prettier!
On the way to Hyde Park, I stopped in the quaint town of Loveland, Ohio, which is about a 20 minute drive from Hyde Park. I went into this store and asked if I may take some photos and was told no…so I took one of the front. I thought it was quite pretty…especially for wintertime! They’re preparing for Spring!
This empty bicycle planter is located along the Loveland Bike Trail.
One of my “artsy” shots near the parking lot.
Now we’re back in Hyde Park at the “Awakenings Coffee and Tea Co.” and “Graeters Ice Cream shop.
I stopped in this framing shop to warm my hands.
Arthur’s Cafe is quite busy in the evenings.
Another one of my “artsy” shots. Who knew newspaper stands are cool!
This is “Goldie Hocks”…one of the many painted pigs you’ll find around Cincinnati.
One of the trendy shops…
I took this photo because I like the red brick and the wrought iron.
The “Cock and Bull Restaurant and Bar” is very popular.
The architecture and color of this building is interesting to me.
Even in the winter…there are places to see, people to meet, and things to do!
- Magazine: Top 10 Tri-State restaurants (wcpo.com)
- With Love From Loveland, Ohio (bloglocal.net)
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Oh Sherry, You have brought back many good memories from my days in Cincinnati. I spent a lot time in Hyde Park…such a pretty area of Cincinnati. Graeters ice-cream shop was my favorite. It became very popular across the USA after Oprah had it on her show many years ago. So now they sell it across the USA. We have a couple of flavors of Graeters ice-cream at The Fresh Market here in Charlotte, NC. I may have to drive over to The Fresh Market today! Mangia!
I agree…I enjoyed every photo. Looks like an inviting place to spend some time!
Wonderfull post. I enjoyed every photo. Thank You for this virtual tour.
Thanks very much!
I never thought the Cincinnati area could look so vibrant! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks! Especially in winter.
those are really fabulous finds 🙂 i love the pitcher planter.
It’s so pretty! Thanks!
Did you eat chile while you were there? Love the bright colors, yet what a cranky store keeper! No photos? Duh?
No…I didn’t. Have you?
Wow – I love these!!!
What a pretty little town!!!
Thanks Betty. Cincinnati has quite a few quaint little towns. 😉