Retail & Service Facilities

Historic Downtown Lebanon
As Lebanon continues to grow, new retail establishments follow. The hallmark of Lebanon's commercial development is showcased in Historic Downtown Lebanon, where shoppers can stroll along brick sidewalks and visit more than 80 specialty shops, many of which are housed in pre-Civil War buildings.

Retail offerings include antiques, furniture, fine art, jewelry, gifts, and distinctive clothing.

To please the palate, visitors to Historic Downtown Lebanon can enjoy fine dining at Ohio's oldest inn, the Golden Lamb, or more casual fare at restaurants such as The Breakfast Club, Village Ice Cream Parlor, Village Wine Cellars, Doc's Place, and Whit's Frozen Custard.

Retail Centers
Several modern-convenience retail centers afford shoppers an even greater selection of goods and services. High traffic counts assure local merchants high visibility and accessibility to customers.

The Lebanon City Building and Lebanon Public Library are located in the center of the historic downtown business district, and the U.S. Post Office is conveniently located nearby. Four banks and six savings and loan institutions serve the Lebanon area. The Bethesda-Warren County Health Care Center is located in Lebanon and four regional hospitals are within close proximity of the City. Six hotels / motels are located in the City, as well as nine charming, century-old bed and breakfasts inns.