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Blackwater Vineyards

Virginia Beach
Blackwater Vineyards, Virginia Beach, Virginia
A Vineyard for Grape-Lovers
Just outside Virginia Beach, there is a vineyard open to the public each fall, but unlike most vineyards, there's no wine. Blackwater Vineyards is a pick-your-own farm for fresh grapes, with ten varieties of Muscadine and Scuppernong grapes for eating. Both grapes are native to the south, known for their thick skins and taste as sweet as candy. Blackwater Vineyards is open September and October, as long as there are grapes for the picking. Open daily from 8 a.m. to dark. Call (757) 421-9161 to confirm opening days and picking season. Photo by Bob Peterson/Flickr
A Vineyard for Grape-Lovers

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Bender's Bar & Grill

Bender's Bar & Grill, Westminster, Colorado
Cheer on Your Favourite Team at Bender's
The most serious sports bar in town with a 70 inch screen in the main dining room and 28 other big screens throughout means that you won’t miss a second of the sporting action at Benders. Weekly tailgate parties, poker nights, happy hours and trivia quizzes plus free pool sessions make this a man cave home away from home. Photo by Rennett Stowe/Flickr.
Cheer on Your Favourite Team at Bender's

about 2 hours ago

Da Ke Tang Teahouse

Da Ke Tang Teahouse, Shanghai, China
Afternoon Tea in 1930s Shanghai
Escape from the honking cars, aggressive bike peddlers and throngs of crowds and relax with a pot of tea in this enormous 1930s Shanghai manor turned complacent tea house. Despite being a three floor manor with its own private garden and driveway, Da Ke Tang has somehow managed to completely conceal itself on Xiangyang South Rd, making it a difficult but worthwhile prize to find in Shanghai. Da Ke Tang serves only the best in pu'er tea, with wheels that date back hundreds of years (and cost thousands of dollars). For the less luxurious, 20 dollars can buy you a good 4 hours worth of tea and an endless plate of Chinese snacks that include sesame crackers and sunflower seeds. Sometimes in Shanghai it can feel almost impossible to find a quiet space to gather one's thoughts, but Da Ke Tang provides that and more. Sit back with a cup of tea, take in the aroma of freshly brewed pu'er, let the jazz of 1930s Shanghai overtake you and relax back into an era you thought was all but gone.
Afternoon Tea in 1930s Shanghai

about 2 hours ago