Hamilton, Canada
Hamilton has been dubbed as Canada's "Brooklyn" for a good reason. While it used to be a blue-collar steel town, Toronto's rising prices haves forced many of the artists, musicians, and chefs to relocate outside of the city center. Because of that, Hamilton has become something of a lively, cultural hub.  

Walk the streets to hunt down all the street art, and once you get thirsty, bar hop across the city's four breweries along the way.

Once you work up an appetite in the evening, head over to The French for Ricotta Gnocchi, and finish off the night with their Vanilla Crème Brûlée.