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Fran's Chocolates

Bellevue
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Fran's Chocolates, Bellevue, Washington
Delicious Artisan Chocolates
Fran's Chocolates is a must-visit for chocoholics. The upscale and handmade truffles, caramels, and more make for a perfect gift—though be sure to treat yourself too! The salted caramel is to die for; or buy one of the assortments to sample a range of delights. Photo by Mel Peffs
Delicious Artisan Chocolates

32 minutes ago

Outerlands

San Francisco
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Outerlands, San Francisco, California
Cozy/Gloomy Hideout in the Sunset
Finally made it to this gem in the foggy but kind of cozy (or gloomy depending on your mood) outer sunset, with cousin in tow. Locally sourced, organic fare in a beautifully crafted driftwood space. Eye candy everywhere. Levain toast with saffron custard + whiskey with rosemary, spiced honey, and bitters WHAT!
Cozy/Gloomy Hideout in the Sunset

about 1 hour ago

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

Louisville
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Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Louisville, Kentucky
History of America's Pastime
There seem to be two types of people in America; those who love baseball and those who don’t. Both types, however, can enjoy the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory while in Louisville. Welcoming you to the museum is the world’s biggest baseball bat, a whopping 120 feet tall (just taller than the 5 story building) weighing in at 34 tons. If the giant metal bat isn’t enough to draw you in, perhaps the idea of a complimentary miniature souvenir bat with the completion of a tour will. Although clearly a big attraction for baseball fans in particular, the history of “America’s Pastime” can be interesting to all. Baseball fanatics enjoy information and exhibits on the art of hitting, history of batting, and a replica of a dugout. Best part of the tour? The factory shares which player they are making bats for at the time of your visit, adding a personal touch and giving non-baseball fans something to look for when they watch a future game. Photo: Lisa Padilla/ Flickr
History of America's Pastime

about 2 hours ago