I’ve always heard no neighborhood will be truly be successful until women feel safe there and it makes sense. You see a woman walking around by herself it feels safe. The women feel safe and attract everyone else there too.
Something else I’m slowly realizing, and probably just me because I've been dog blind for so long is that a step below that, if not half a step is for a place to be dog friendly. One of the most heard complaints, after where do I grocery shop is "I’d move to (insert an urban hood here) but I have a dog. Remove that barrier and what happens? You can see what happens right now in downtown/OTR/Walnut Hills and every other place too. People pour in.
This brings us to the Five Points Biergarten, off the beaten path, full of people connected and in the know. The closest I’ve gotten to an underground party in a while. It was a good place to stop, take a deep breath and relax. And if deep breathing didn’t help you could grab a cold beer, they had 4 taps on hand just for that purpose.
pull up a bucket, sit down and relax.
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