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Hang Out with Hipsters in Mile End Montreal  Canada
Hanging Out With the Hipsters in the Mile-End Montreal  Canada
Hang Out with Hipsters in Mile End Montreal  Canada
Hanging Out With the Hipsters in the Mile-End Montreal  Canada
Hang Out with Hipsters in Mile End
The Mile End is Montreal's version of Brooklyn, Sodermälm, Shoreditch, and Kreuzberg put together. Hipsters, exotic eateries, and vintage shops abound.

Mile End is also the cradle of Montreal’s music scene, cultural diversity and all things trendy and fashionable (but not too mainstream, of course). But more than just a hotbed for tuque-wearers and vintage shops, Mile End is a place where many different cultures coexist and enjoy the best of one another, in a post-industrial meets residential tree-lined avenues type of backdrop. Greek eateries meet Hasidic Jews-owned bagel shops, and artsy coffee shops meet up-and-coming, edgy designers. A dynamic area that should be explored by the senses first and foremost, and where most visitors could easily picture themselves settling down, and never leave.

With icons like Wilensky's, Boris' doughnuts, and Arts Café, there really is no such thing as being bored in the Mile End—even for Montrealers!

Hanging Out With the Hipsters in the Mile-End
Welcome to Montreal’s very own version of Brooklyn, of Prenzlauer, of Shoreditch –aka hipster territory. The cradle of Montreal’s music scene, cultural diversity and all things trendy and fashionable (but not too mainstream, of course). But more than just a hotbed for tuque-wearers and vintage shops, Mile End is also a place where many different cultures coexist and enjoy the best of one another, in a post-industrial meets residential tree-lined avenues type of backdrop. Greek eateries meet Hasidic Jews-owned bagel shops, and artsy coffee shops meet up-and-coming, edgy designers. A dynamic area that should be explored by the senses first and foremost, and where most visitors could easily picture themselves settling down, and never leave.

Mile End, Montreal, QC, Canada