If you've been wondering where the bearded, slim-hipped throngs of Daft Punk-worshipping, artisanal razor-shaving blog cliches prefer to get their kale and PBR, well, Yelp has got you covered; the all-encompassing Reviews of the People site has been kind enough to create heat maps documenting where reviewers mention words like "yuppie," "tourist" and "bacon" most, and naturally they've documented where the "hipsters" come to gather. And, surprise! The darkest redhot smudge lies right over Williamsburg. Sadly, the words "fibster," "yupster" and "scarf-wearing $800K condo-dweller" were not awarded the Yelp heat treatment, but just assume the locations are one and the same.
Yes, true to form, venues on the Northside get the hippest "hipster" user review treatment, though honorable mention goes to a pretty dark spot between East Houston and Delancey Street on the Lower East Side. Greenpoint and, weirdly, around 28th and Broadway also provide the map with sizable red thumbprints, with light speckles of hipsterdom dusting the Meatpacking District, TriBeCa and West Village in Manhattan; Gowanus, Cobble Hill, Fort Greene and Crown Heights in Brooklyn; and Long Island City and Astoria in Queens. [Update: hipster commenters inform us the hipsters are drawn to the hipster Ace and NoMad hotels located in the 28th & Broadway hipster area hipster hipster hipster hipster.]
And of course, the city's "newest" fixie-riding hub of hipness, Bushwick, got a heat-map shout-out, too, with a dark red circle landing decidedly on pizza-and-line-making extraordinaire Roberta's, another over the now-booming Jefferson L stop and a teeny speckling over the Myrtle-Broadway J stop, though at the neighborhood's current gentrification rate, expect that spot to get even redder soon.
Meanwhile, according to the map, the city's most fratastic splotches are on the Upper East and West Sides, Murray Hill and the East and West Villages in Manhattan, and you'll most likely be left with a killer hangover after a night out in the East Village or in Williamsburg. [h/t Eater]