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Here are the 3 freshest new businesses to open in Cincinnati

Interested in finding out about the newest businesses to open in Cincinnati? From a coffee place to a gym, read on for a rundown of the newest destinations to land recently.


Bean & Barley

Photo: JACCARD W./Yelp

Wander over to 2005 Madison Road in Evanston and you'll find Bean & Barley, a new beer bar, offering coffee and tea and more. So far, it's been well-received: it's got a five-star rating out of six reviews on Yelp.

Find coffee, beer, wine, cider and soda at Bean & Barley. Enjoy a cold glass of Bad Blood Orange cider or a hot latte at the indoor bar, patio or outdoor beer garden sections available at the new spot.  

For Goodness Shakes And Juicery

PHOTO: STEFANY V./YELP

For Goodness Shakes And Juicery is a vegan spot, offering juice and smoothies and bagels, that recently opened at 4119 Hamilton Ave. in Northside.

The smoothie and juice shop has a varied selection of frutacado bowls, smoothies, juices, specialty drinks and foods. Sip on a Morning Glory smoothie with carrot, turmeric, avocado, vanilla rice milk, organic raisins and cinnamon.

Grab a half bagel with the vegan dill spread, topped with cabbage, shredded carrot, lemon juice and served with veggie chips on the side.   

Burn Boot Camp Cincy - Hyde Park, OH

Photo: JAIME W./Yelp

New to 4325 Red Bank Road, Suite A in Madisonville is Burn Boot Camp Cincy - Hyde Park, OH, a summer camp, interval training gym and personal training spot.

The gym was founded by husband and wife, Devan and Morgan Kline in 2015 and now has locations in over 37 states. There are various boot camps available, specializing in burning 700 calories per 45-minute workout, according to the gym’s website.