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Concession Street Tis strip located on Te Mountain (aka Upper Hamil-


ton, aka escarpment) is one of the oldest in the city. It has endured a boom-boost cycle in the past and has currently become one of Hamilton’s newest up-and-coming neigh- bourhoods. Fuelling its renaissance are new additions like soon-to-open Pokeh Bar (which began as a small stall in the Hamilton Farmers’ Market downtown) and Jonny Blonde, which evolved out of a food truck into a brick- and-mortar location offering stellar soup and sandwich options. If you believe candy is dandy, stroll into Candi- Werx and be dazzled by the array of sweets on hand, from artisanal chocolate to PEZ. Plan a visit to Papa Leo’s, a popular local hangout especially for brunch (say yes to its awesome huevos rancheros), then get your caffeine fix to go at Relay Coffee and head to Sam Lawrence Park, which has the best views of the city skyline and Hamilton Harbour. For a dose of culture, Te Zoetic Teatre offers an eclectic mix of arts programming, from poetry read- ings to stand-up comedy and sing-alongs. Locke Street South


Te roots of Hamilton’s revitalization can be found


here. For decades, this lively stretch, situated between Aberdeen Avenue and Main Street, has felt like a truly cohesive neighbourhood with all the things locals want and need in one, like good coffee shops, cozy restaurants and shops where you can buy essentials, from oven mitts to birthday cards. Te offerings have only gotten better of late with some fresh blood coming in to mix things up. On the food front, Brux House brought sophisticat-


Sam Lawrence Park is the best place to get a view of downtown Hamilton and the bayfront.


ed bistro fare, coupled with a strong beverage program with craft beers and cocktails, into the ‘hood. Meanwhile, Mattson & Co. uses jazz as inspiration with a line-up of strong performers, menu selections and cocktails (try the Sarah Vaughn martini). Newbies share the block with long-time favourites like the West Town Bar & Grill, known for its casual fare and night time bar scene, and Earth to Table: Bread Bar, home to stellar pizza, decadent baked goods and dishes that lean heavily on local ingre- dients. Shoppers are spoiled for choice, too, with plenty of spots to buy antique and vintage goods, clothing from top international designers, and items to spruce up your home, whether it’s funky pillows or a chandelier.


The largest dinosaurs weighed as much as 50 elephants.


MAY 19 – SEPTEMBER 4


World’s Giant Dinosaurs offers an exciting opportunity to examine ancient meat eaters and plant eaters, large and small, from around the world. See the internal structure of the these fascinating creatures and their external appearance represented by skeletons, robotics and sculptures.


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@ManitobaMuseum #GiantDinos


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