Both residential and commercial, it is not a very touristy district. It is frequented by families with modest incomes, young couples, and hip singles. The once working class Gambetta district is now the most fashionable. It attracts young Parisian bobos (bourgeois bohemians) with high incomes, drawn by the district's cultural diversity and welcoming atmosphere. Lively by day and by night, there are many things to do in the neighborhood: businesses, cafés, restaurants, music venues, and theaters.