sub·cul·ture ˈsəbˌkəlCHər / noun a : cultural group within a larger culture, often having beliefs or interests at variance with those of the larger culture.

1) West Palm Beach: In a way, it’s not surprising that the county’s largest city counts as its most hipster, although much of what gives it its bonafides is centered on just one street – the 500 block of Clematis. There, you’ll find longtime scruffily cool club Respectable Street, iconoclastic food and drink emporiums Lost WeekendKapow Noodle Bar and Hullabaloo, which has cocktails named after rock stars and an Airstream in the backyard for an authentically different experience. Next door is Subculture Coffee, which runs a popular street party event called “Tacos and Hip-Hop,” or as some have lovingly nicknamed it “Hipsters and Waffles.” (OK, not just someone. Me. I call it that.)

4)Delray Beach: Sure, the glossy bars and restaurants of Atlantic Avenue scream more slickly hip than hipster (no, they’re not the same thing), but there are some identifiably hipster portions. Stop at Pineapple Grove’s farm-to-table Max’s HarvestKismet VintageCoffee District Cafe and eclectic music venue Arts Garage, a space re-purposed from an actual garage. Speaking of the love of repurposing, the eclectic DaDa and Death or Glory are both located in historic homes. And you can’t get more retro-hip than the Silverball Pinball Museum off Atlantic.

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