Apparently, being a hipster is now an actual thing that there are neighborhoods dedicated to it. If you have been living under a rock for the past few years, “Hipster” is a word defined by Webster as a person who is unusually aware of and interested in new and unconventional patterns. In a less formal definition, they’re the pretentious ones you would normally see in coffee shops reading a book with glasses that don’t even have a grade. But judgement aside, hipsters make up a good amount of population which is why Forbes with the help of Neighborhood.com came up with a list of the “hippest hipster neighborhood” in the United States.
1. Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California - food trucks, farmer’s markets, arts scene are found almost in every street corner
2. Mission District, San Franciso, California - has the largest concentration of street art and building murals
3. Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York – too many food trucks, great music scene and weird people