View of the NEW Newport on the seawall

If you are a resident of Fort Thomas, you may see a very familiar shop at the Seawall.

Herbs and Spices Colonel De Gourmet is just one of many new stores to open at the newly remodeled Newport on the Levee when it opens its grand opening this weekend.

In fact, if you’re looking for a fun way to start summer, be sure to drop by Newport on the Levee and support some of these local business owners who are celebrating this next step in growing their businesses – from beautiful bricks and mortar locations in the completely renovated gallery space of the dike.

Grand opening weekend

Starting at 10:30 am on Saturday, May 29, the Newport on the Levee will launch its special groundbreaking event which includes;

10:30

Public opening ceremony in the Plaza to celebrate the grand opening of the new Newport on the Levee. After the ribbon is cut, kids are invited to join in on the fun with making custom Newport on the Levee tie-dye t-shirts

11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Live music by Floyd and The Walkmen

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Live music by Loopman Dan at the Plaza.

7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Music includes DJ Jules + DJ Patrick with a fireworks show at 9 p.m..

Additionally, guests will be able to experience several artistic encounters, including live muralist Heidi Schwatz of Paint Your Event in the Gallery Building, who paints photos of the city and other landmarks near the sea wall. , as well as a custom tote bag artist in Trade ™.

The gallery will feature 17 new stores and restaurants

The Gallery is now home to 17 new retailers and restaurants in the renovated space that includes 113,000 square feet of gathering space for the community.

Permanent display cases opening at or next to the gallery building include Native®, Wooden Cask, Pizzazz Interiors, Little Spoon Bakery, Bon Mi Street, Bluegrass and Sass, and Colonel De Spices.

Wooden barrel brewing company, which has another location on York Street in Newport, is slated to open its Levee location this summer. In the meantime, the brewery will still have a temporary bar set up in the gallery and will sell drinks on the patio during events.

Beeline, a large-scale cocktail bar with an expansive outdoor patio, will open this fall.

The “Trade” area offers several types of store concepts

Ten Thousand Villages is the oldest and largest fair trade organization and has been creating income opportunities for artisans in developing countries for 60 years by bringing their products and stories to Cincinnati markets.

Ten Thousand Villages has two other locations besides the seawall – O’Bryonville / Hyde Park and The Shops at Harpers Point on Montgomery Road.

Leaf and member carries all kinds of plants, original pots and garden decor.
Queen City Cotton Candy is a concept that started out as a food stand and is now a pop-up store within the Gallery. The store even offers unique wedding or anniversary gifts.

Queen City Cotton Candy

LuckyKat is a women’s clothing store with all kinds of eclectic finds.
AnewClothing is a vintage concept showcasing “pre-loved clothes” and giving them new life. The store offers children’s clothing to women’s clothing.
J. Saladino is a sportswear brand created in 2015.

Bridgeview Box Park Launches New Businesses

The new line of Bridgeview Box Park will debut at the following companies; 4EG’s The Buzz, Kon-Tiki, West Sixth Brewing, Blackmarket Saloon and Pancakes.
Pancakes debuts at NOTL’s Bridgeview Box Park

Summer Music Series at the Dike

The Levee also launched its seasonal musical series this week. Every Thursday from now until September 2, guests can enjoy live music from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. See the complete program here.

Check out more photos of the new dike businesses below and Click here to find out more.

The Gallery, just outside the entrance to the “Commerce”.

Artifact, a new store inside “Commerce” in the Gallery

The new lounge area just outside the entrance to the gallery

Sitting area, located directly across from Bridgeview Box Park, across from Newport Aquarium.

Inside the gallery

Inside the gallery

Sheet and member in “Commerce”

Leaf and member

Leaf and member


Source link

About Douglas Mackenzie

Douglas Mackenzie

Check Also

Covid as cover, ongoing land grabbing in many villages

KADAPA: Encroachments on government land increase as government officials are busy with Corona duties. Land …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *