Your Complete Cincinnati Guide

By Torie Robinette, September 22, 2017

The annual Connect Faith show comes to Cincinnati via Duke Energy Convention Center this fall. While you’ll have much on your conference agenda Oct. 24-26, you also have another a big task ahead: to fully experience the Queen City of the West in three short days. To aid your endeavor, we called on those whose job it is to know Cincy best and then took to social media for recommendations from natives and frequent visitors on their favorite things to eat, do and see in the city. With their help, we compiled an 18-item bucket list that includes the best of the best. Cincy, here we come!

The Best of Cincinnati – Coffee and Sweets Shops

The Best of Cincinnati – Experiences

The Best of Cincinnati – Nightlife

The Best of Cincinnati – Restaurants

The Best of Cincinnati – Shops

The Best of Cincinnati – Sites

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