Join Jennifer Blades, Personal Stylist, and Tess Burns, Branding Coach, for a free Style Edit Workshop.
Learn how to style your life and brand—from color palette to closet. Thursday, September 13, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Commonwealth Bistro. Cash bar, free on street parking.
Each month we partner with a local maker for a pop up during brunch. Our October house guest is Granola Granola. In 2012, Jaime began making granola for her daughter, Ella, as a clustered and quick healthful snack. From goodie bags at her 2nd birthday to making batches for friends and family, Grandola Granola was created in 2014. Using organic ingredients along with locally sourced maple syrup and extracts is what gives it such unique flavor and quality. Grandola is the only gourmet, clustertastic granola on the market that's made by hand, cured, nut free, vegan and available in gluten free.
Learn more at http://www.grandolagranola.com
Each month we partner with a local makers for a pop up during brunch. November's house guest is Pinwheel Print Shop.
Colleen Reid is the Owner and Chief Snail-Mail-Officer of Pinwheel Print Shop. With a love of lettering, pretty paper and puns, she launched this happy-paper-goods-shop in 2012. They aim to create sweet snail mail with just the right amount of sass. Each Pinwheel product starts with hand-lettering and illustration. With bright fresh colors and sweet little lettering, Pinwheel cards are sure to brighten your mailbox.
Pinwheel greetings are made locally in Cincinnati using eco-friendly materials. The coasters, totes are more are crafted by trusted suppliers in the USA.
A PORTION OF PINWHEEL PROFITS ARE DONATED TO IMAGINE1DAY
Learn more at http://pinwheelprintshop.com/about/
Each month we partner with a local maker for a pop up during brunch. This week's guest is Ink + Craft. Stop by to have brunch or a pink mimosa at the bar, and shop goods from this amazing maker. More about Ink + Craft:
Ink+Craft is the work of Matthew and Ariana Broerman, Cincinnati-based artists, designers, and printmakers creating colorful, contemporary linocut prints, patterns, and illustrations.
Thursday, August 2, Commonwealth Bistro and the Party Source welcome Brazos Wine Imports. Brazos focuses on artisan, single vineyard, small production, estate grown, environmentally friendly wines. The wines they represent share old world, terroir-centric styles which are unique and rare qualities to find in South America. This six course dinner will feature South American wines paired with Chef Chris Burns food. Save the date!
We’re doing some “sole” searching this month for a Boozy Hour that will knock your socks off! Women of Cincy is partnering with Fuel The Sole to host June’s Boozy Hour at the Commonwealth Bistro from 6 to 9 p.m. There’s also an option to sweat your stuff from 6 to 7 with Fuel The Sole.
Anyone and everyone is welcome to sweat it with us, but if that’s not your thing, don’t fret, Boozy Hour is open to the “soles” who would much rather wear sandals, flip flops, slippers, flats, or heels than running shoes. This Boozy Hour at the Commonwealth Bistro will be a night of fine wine, mouth-watering meals, and conversation to feed your “sole.”
For those of you who would like to sweat your stuff, we’ll be meeting at the Commonwealth Bistro at 6 p.m. for a 3 mile run around the cozy, tree-lined streets of Covington for a view of the Cincinnati skyline. If you’re interested in the workout, a maximum of 24 people will be lucky enough to sweat with us, so sign up at www.fuelthesole.com. (Sign up coming soon!)
Sign up for our fine wine and dine Boozy Hour on Eventbrite now!
Don’t forget to stay tuned for the Story Behind the Booze featuring Tess Burns, on June 19.
Makers Brunch is BACK! Local candlemaker District 78 will be here from 10a-2p on Saturday with plenty of candles and other goodies to keep your home smelling fresh this spring. Be sure to follow her on Facebook at the link below.
Free Deeper Roots Coffee, free street parking, and free plays on our vintage jukebox. Spend the morning networking with women. Bring a friend, co-worker or neighbor. This event is sponsored by Taylor Career Strategies and Commonwealth Bistro.
May 8, 7:30-8:30 a.m.
621 Main Street
Covington, KY 41011
Join us on Friday, February 16th as we welcome Matt & Angie Tunstall of Stems & Skins in Charleston, SC to Covington for Part One of our Commonwealth Kinship Series.
The Kinship Series was created to celebrate our love for community, food, and hospitality and welcome in individuals with a passion for their craft and for serving others.
Matt & Angie opened Stems & Skins in 2016 in Charleston, South Carolina. After spending nearly a decade in the restaurant industry in San Francisco, the couple moved to Charleston in 2009. Prior to opening Stems & Skins, Matt worked as the Beverage Director at Sean Brock's Husk Restaurant in Charleston.
This special tasting will feature unique wines from around the world as well as delicious small bites from the Commonwealth kitchen.
Tickets to the event are $200 per couple and proceeds benefit Cutman Barbershop's efforts in Walnut Hills. A limited number of tickets will be available on Eventbrite.
Commonwealth was created out of our love for food and our community. It was love that carried us through the early challenges and it is love that inspires everything we do. On Valentine’s Day, we want to celebrate love with you. Make your reservation for Valentine's Day at http://commonwealthbistro.com/about/
Valentine's Day Features
Oysters on the Half Shell with Spice Bush and Strawberry Rhubarb Mingonette $9
Smoked Coffee Crusted Duck Breast with Charred Hill Farms Brussels, Brown Butter Parsnip Puree, Spiced Pecan, Vanilla Bean Glace $30
Beet Rose with Cumquat Sorbet and Chocolate Crumb $8
This casual and free networking event for women happens quarterly at Commonwealth Bistro. We will have the jukebox on free play, Deeper Roots Coffee brewing, hot tea— and there's even free street parking. Bring a friend, neighbor or co-worker. This event is sponsored by Taylor Career Strategies (https://www.taylorcareerstrategies.com), wifeofthechef.com, and Commonwealth Bistro.
While many believe New Orleans was the site of the first Mardi Gras in the United States, Mobile, Alabama actually hosted the inaugural celebration of Fat Tuesday in 1699. On Saturday, join us for a crawfish boil and beignets (and plenty of libations) 700 miles north of Mobile - right here at Commonwealth. First come, first serve—until we run out.
We are hosting a special happy hour event to support our neighbors efforts to bring a second Cutman Barbershop to Walnut Hills!
The restaurant will be offering great drink specials all evening long and will give a portion of sales from the event to the Cutman project. Come pre-game before Turkey Day.
MadTree and Commonwealth Bistro teamed up on the latest Chef Series creation, Rabbit's Paw -- a Berliner Weisse brewed with paw paw fruit. It's light, tart, and refreshing yet complex.
Commonwealth will have unique bites paired with Rabbit's Paw along with MadTree's Dissentience rye barrel aged rye brown ale and PSA pale ale.