Hillsboro Village’s location between two of the city’s most esteemed universities makes this a seriously trendy neighborhood with something for every possible taste. The streets are often crowded with cars and pedestrians, as various businesses that line the sidewalks have actually reached worldwide fame. We’re talking, of course, about the legendary Pancake Pantry, where people circle the block just waiting to get inside on any given day.Continue Reading
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Other hot spots include Jackson’s, which serves up one of the best weekend brunches in town, and Bosco’s with its well regarded microbrewery and delicious menu. If you prefer a bit of downtime, Sam’s offers a laid back environment with pretty much every sport you can think of on the many TVs inside. As for shopping? Well, you can find anything you need at POSH Boutique, SEE Eyewear, and Pangea Gifts. And, of course, there’s always coffee. The adorably named Fido, which once housed a pet shop, now serves up coffee from the city’s finest coffee provider: Bongo Java.
Most of the homes in the area are condos or apartments, since a lot of residents are students or teachers at either university. Just a few streets off 21st Avenue will bring you to some pretty adorable cottages that just might meet your needs if single-family housing is what you want.