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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO
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The creative team behind Sundry and Vice craft cocktail bar in Over-the-Rhine opened their newest venture, Comfort Station in Walnut Hills on Friday, June 21, 2019. The bar takes its name from its historic location, the Public Comfort Station building at 791 E. McMillan St. When the original comfort station opened in 1914 it served as a respite for weary travelers. The station offered separate bathing and restroom areas for men and women accessible by separate street side entrances. The new cocktail bar maintains that division. The light and airy first-floor bar that occupies the original comfort station's “women’s” section opened first on Friday. The original “men’s” area located in the station’s basement will have a much more intimate setting when it opens in the coming weeks.Photo by: Brian Mains|WCPO