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Hamilton Neighborhoods to watch in The Hammer By Michele Sponagle


A view of Hamilton from on top of the escarpment just minutes away from the downtown. H


amilton, Ontario is one of those truly fascinat- ing cities with an abundance of great things to see, do and eat. Even better is how much these vary from neighbourhood to neighbour-


hood. Tere’s no one size fits all here. Each of the five areas highlighted here are well worth a trip. Start your journey here… James Street


Te challenge is deciding which direction to head in. If you head north towards the waterfront, you’ll find an exciting mix of old and new in a neighbourhood that ticks a lot of boxes for visitors. As home to the city’s emerging arts hub and the popular Art Crawl event (the second Friday of each month), this historic neighbourhood has an incredible new en- ergy making headlines across the country. Some of Ham- ilton's most popular new eateries (like Lake Road, Born


34 • Spring 2017 How to get there


Flight duration 2 hrs. 19 min.


NewLeaf and WestJet flies 13 times a week


and Raised, Saltlick Smokehouse, Bar Izakaya and Nique to name a few) feed diners here, while funky one-off bou- tiques, selling everything from vintage barware to fashions from local designers, elevate the creative edge. Add into the mix established and emerging art gal- leries and old world Portuguese bakeries and produce stores, and you’ve got a dynamic stretch full of surprises. And let’s not forget about the southern part of James. It draws its own foodie crowd of diners, who come to eat, drink and be merry at its assortment of laid back pubs, globally inspired restaurants (like the best of Mexico at Mezcal and the Ethiopian fare of Wass), plus fine dining from spots like from Radius and Nellie James. For good measure, there’s also a robust indie coffee culture with


Red Crow Coffee and Café Augusta, perfect spots to plant yourself while watching the world go by past your window.


The Hub


All photos courtesy of Tourism and Culture, City of Hamilton.


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