4th Base Restaurant in Milwaukee stands out as a different sort of sports bar, from the gourmet food to the wooden leg of the late baseball manager Harvey Kuenn hanging above the bar. The meals can be pricey, it’s a worthwhile experience, especially for hungry baseball fans.
Vermont is known for maple syrup, skiing and vibrant fall colors. But there’s much more to the tiny state that revels in its own sense of weirdness, an eclectic vibe all its own.
The popularity of Lake George, N.Y., as a summer tourist haven makes for crowded attractions in high season. In autumn, the beauty of the region is enhanced by the colors of the season, and you might just win a trillion dollars at the arcade.
Dixville Notch, N.H., is an unlikely focal point of the U.S. presidential election, but every four years gains widespread attention as the first precinct to report results following a midnight vote on Election Day.
Cleveland Indians fans finally had a winning team to root for in 2016 on the way to the World Series. For many years, the best thing they had to look forward to was the Ball Park Mustard.
Edmonton is well known for the Great Gretzky and the champion Oilers of the 1980s. It took Vern “Dry Hole” Hunter to pave the way by imploring his crew to “drill one more meter” and spark the oil boom in western Canada. There’s more to modern Edmonton, including a surprising Brazilian steakhouse.
White Mountain National Forest In New Hampshire is prime viewing for New England’s fall spectacle of color. The epicenter is the 33-mile Kancamagus Highway, but there are numerous places to enjoy the show.