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PupPads Mainstrasse Village Covington KY

If you are a foodie you are gonna love your stay with us at PupLoft in Mainstrasse Village. The list of eateries available is way too long to list but here’s a great few to start with:

  • Cock & Bull Pub House Mainstrasse Village

  • Goodfellas

  • Otto’s

  • OTR Chili which offers delivery

  • Frida 602 (Mexican)

  • Dee Felice Cafe

  • Bouquet Restaurant

  • Lisse SteakHuis

  • Maes Pizza Pub

  • Gyros On Main

  • Nagomi Japanese Restaurant

A food tour is one of the perks of the village which will take you to visit a handful of restaurants while you get to know other visitors and locals.

There are also bars aplenty like:-

  • Pachinko Bar

  • Old Kentucky Bourbon Bar

  • Mainstrasse Village Pub

  • Bourbon Haus

  • Braxton Brewing Company

  • Hat Tricks Sports Bar

For food shopping, you’ll find a Krogers which offers delivery, Kimmy's Korner Grocery, Ameristop Food Mart, Butlers Pantry, Covington Farmers Market, Greenwell Market, and Woodburn Market.

Julie's Inspiration Consignment Shoppe offers everything from vintage to couture and everything in between. Stoney's Village Toy Shoppe, MK’s Totebags, Madison Avenue Antiques, and Craft Vines are some fun and unique additions to your shopping experience.

If you love records, the eclectic Hail Records is the place for you. As they say on their website “record store gone weird” – HAIL is a unique gift shop located in the MainStrasse Village District of Covington, Kentucky. You want weird and unusual? You’ve come to the right place. Our vinyl record and oddities shop sells everything from taxidermy animals and bones to crystal balls, Ouija boards, vintage religious and medical equipment. From soap to ram skulls, we’ve got your dark.

Your pup will enjoy being pampered with a spa day at the Strasse Dog. Pet accessories, toys, clothing, treats, and food are also sold here.

Take him for a walk or run at Goebbel Park, George Steinford Park, and Devou Park.

The Village is home to both the Mother of God Roman Catholic Church and the St. Mary's Basilica of the Assumption which both boast the German influences and Italianate architecture present throughout the town.

You may also want to stop in at the Behringer-Crawford Museum or the Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati.

If you are an art buff the Carnegie is the place for you, and theatre lovers will want to note the Madison Theater.

After all this activity, get some stretching in at Covington Yoga, before heading off to a German-inspired pub or a cozy night at PupLoft in Mainstrasse.

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