In this edition of Free Yourself Friday, we take you to Cincinnati, OH, where Vaco provides expert consulting, permanent placement, executive search, and strategic staffing.
Yes, we specialize in premier talent & solutions, but most importantly, we help people find freedom. We believe in the power of an entrepreneurial spirit, staying team focused and a true work-life balance.
So, if you find yourself in Ohio on business or vacation, our local Vaconians have the top five places to Free Yourself in Cincy.
Whether it’s a crisp fall Sunday morning or a hot summer afternoon, enjoy your favorite Cincinnati sports team at Paul Brown Stadium or at the Great American Ball Park located along the Ohio River at The Banks. Indulge in drinks, food and activities before or after the big game at surrounding restaurants, pubs, family-friendly parks, and rooftop bars. Find yourself joining the excitement at Cincinnati’s Bunbury Music Festival or any one of the several events at Sawyer Point adjacent to the stadiums. Head across the Purple People Bridge and visit Newport Aquarium or catch a movie at Newport on the Levee.
An all-day adventure awaits you in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Over-the-Rhine. Welcoming all walks of life; Washington Park, Music Hall, Second Sunday on Main, and Queen City Radio offer you the opportunity to immerse yourself into the community while enjoying art, shopping, Bourbon slushies, and more. Hop on the Cincinnati Bell Connector and take a ride to the Jack Casino for slots and Black Jack!
In 1949, a Greek immigrant, Nicholas Lambrinides, moved to Cincinnati with dreams of opening a restaurant inspired by dishes his mother and grandmother prepared in his family kitchen growing up. He opened his first restaurant with the view of the Cincinnati skyline and offered his patrons a twist on chili! Chili Cheese Coneys, 3-Ways and table-side service have become a staple in locals’ and tourists’ hearts alike. You’ve never had anything like it!
Findlay Market is a public market and one of Cincinnati’s most cherished institutions. This unique indoor and outdoor market gives its patrons a place to gather. Shops and stands offer ethnic foods, fresh, local and lush produce, jewelry, flowers, cheese, delis, and gifts. Enjoy live music, coffee sippin’, and people watching while creating an experience you will never forget.
Have you ever taken Salsa Dancing lessons, seen Santa propel from the windows of high rises, ice skated in the middle of a bustling city, or celebrated an FC Cincinnati win with hundreds of your closest friends? You can do these things for free in the city at Fountain Square. This outside platform offers a schedule of daily events that you can enjoy year-round and is a central meeting place for parades and festivals including; Red’s Opening Day, Fourth of July Celebration, the Lighting of the Tree, Cincinnati’s Pride Parade, Taste of Cincinnati, and the World’s Second Largest Oktoberfest.