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Cheers! San Diego Breweries That Welcome Kids

Toast the town with the half-pints in tow at these craft breweries that welcome kids.

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Mason Jar Ice Cream Cake

Take this ice cream cake into your yard for a picnic-y feeling dessert, or eat it in your living room while you’re watching Netflix. It’s ever-so-portable!

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What Is “Hot Dog Water” & OMG Why Is This Actually a Thing Now?

It may just be your worst nightmare come to life.

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Gifts for Year-Round Fun: The Best Memberships for Seattle Families

A membership to one of your family’s favorite hangouts is just the ticket for a year’s worth of fun.

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Confessions about a Life Forgotten… Almost

I used to love vintage dresses.

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I’d cut out of work right at noon and drive 30 minutes round-trip to the closest thrift store. Once there, I’d spend the remaining half hour of my lunch…

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Just Opened: Caboose Brewing Company

Get the scoop on the new family-friendly brewery, which opened its doors to families May 12.

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Forks Optional: 3 Kid-Friendly Ethiopian Restaurants

Ethiopian food is kid-friendly, mom-approved and full of palate-expanding adventures. Here are three of our favorite D.C.-metro restaurants.

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They Play, You Eat: Bay Area Cafés and Restaurants with Toys

Face it, sometimes you don’t want to deal with getting the little ones through an entire restaurant meal—or with strangers’ stares as you whip out the iPads and cell phones to get you through said meal.  Lucky for you, there…

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Kid-Friendly Pubs with Great Outdoor Spaces

Sure it’s fall, but when did a little chill in the air ever stop you from pursuing your favorite pastime? While the rest of the fair-weather wimps head for cover, now’s your perfect chance to soak up some suds en…

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Farm-to-Fork Dining: Casual Family Restaurants With Fresh, Local Ingredients

It’s a wonderful thing to be spoiled. As Bay Area residents, our produce doesn’t need to be shipped across the country before reaching our kitchens. You’re a regular at the farmers market, but when it comes to eating out, wouldn’t…

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Global Tastes Come Together at San Francisco Underground Market

This is not your traditional meat-and-potatoes food court. Nicaraguan cooking, specialty pastries from Brittany, Cajun-style cured meats, artisan sausages, urban honey—these are just examples of what you can find at the San Francisco Underground Market, a treasure trove of home-…

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