1. Black Me Stout, Champion Brewing Company
This smooth, full-bodied nectar is a middle ground between a dry stout and an imperial stout. Made with wheat and chocolate malt for low bitterness and round mouthfeel. Keep Reading
1. National Gallery of Art, DC
6th and Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20565
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The National Gallery of Art preserves, collects, exhibits, and fosters understanding of works of art at the highest possible museum and scholarly standards. Masterworks by the most renowned European and American artists, including the only painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the Americas and the largest mobile ever created by Alexander Calder, await visitors to the National Gallery of Art, one of the world’s preeminent art museums. The Gallery’s collection of paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, medals, and decorative arts traces the development of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present.
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1. Founding Farmers, DC
1924 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20006
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Founding Farmers is an inspired farm to table restaurant with a fantastic brunch and dishes like Devil-ish eggs with lobster. Keep Reading
1. The Smithsonian, DC
Smithsonian Institution Building (The Castle) – 1000 Jefferson Dr SW, Washington, District of Columbia 20560
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Walk through the lovely sculpture garden, view the breathtaking planetarium or visit the mysterious Hope Diamond!
1. Junior’s Restaurant & Cheesecake, NYC
Brooklyn, Times Square, Grand Central and Foxwoods, New York, New York
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Junior’s Restaurant is primarily known as a dessert spot, but they have many delicious breakfast items like cheese blintzes and latkes. Keep Reading
1. Busch Gardens; Williamsburg, VA
1 Busch Gardens Blvd, Williamsburg, VA 23185
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Situated three miles east of historic Williamsburg, Va. is Busch Gardens®, an action-packed European adventure theme park with 17th-century charm and 21st-century technology. The European countries of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Germany and Italy serve as the setting for Busch Gardens’ 100 plus acres of fun-filled world exploration. Busch Gardens offers a wide variety of culinary experiences, world-class shopping, and exciting live shows. The park is also home to more than 100 rides and attractions, including KIDsiderate® areas designed especially for the park’s youngest guests. Keep Reading
1. Catch 31, Virginia Beach
3001 Atlantic Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451
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Start your exciting, beach-front dining experience with an open-air kitchen and hardwood grill. Serve only the freshest fish; fifteen or more varieties, flown in fresh. Add the Catch 31 raw bar overflowing with iced shellfish: oysters, crab, mussels, shrimp and other seasonal seafood. And already you know, this is where you’ll have that perfect Virginia Beach oceanfront meal.
Catch 31 is the ultimate year round destination for the stylish, hip and high energy crowd. Featuring the area’s most extensive raw bar, largest variety of fresh fish, and amazing views from the outdoor patio featuring fire pits and seasonal live music. Keep Reading
1. The Loveless Cafe; Nashville, TN
8400 Highway 100, Nashville, Tennessee 37221
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Fried chicken and biscuits. These tried and true Southern food staples have been a part of Loveless Cafes history for more than sixty years.
Today the Loveless Cafe serves more than 450,000 guests a year and makes between 4,000 to 7,000 biscuits a day still using that same secret recipe from Annie Loveless all those years ago. If only Annie could see today what her little cafe has become. As Donna McCabe, another long-time owner of the Loveless said, People just like real food. Keep Reading