Don't know what a hipster is? MoveHub foresaw this question and described the prototypical hipster as "20- to 30-somethings who position themselves as non-mainstream pioneers; free-thinkers and non-conformist conformists."
Independent thought, progressive politics, sustainable food, thrift stores and local beer are a hipster's hallmarks, MoveHub says. Its survey considered each city's density of tattoo parlors, vegan stores, microbreweries and thrift stores as well as rent increases to produce the ranking.
The results: Cincinnati is second overall in tattoo parlors, with 6.36 per 100,000 residents and ninth overall in microbreweries, with 6.02 per 100,000 people.
Business Insider pointed out Findlay Market as a food-lover's haven in Over-the-Rhine and Downtown's Contemporary Arts Center for all things art.