Roadside Attractions – Stonewall Kitchen

Cases filled with tasty delight at the Stonewall Kitchen Cafe

What: Stonewall Kitchen Cafe, Shop and Headquarters Where: In York, ME off Exit 7 on I-95 between Boston, MA and Portland, ME; 45 minutes South of Portland, about 1/4 mile off of I-95 (visit the website above for directions) Time Spent: About an hour including lunch at the cafe, and a walk through the general […]

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Roadside Attractions – Bush’s Best Beans Visitor Center

Jokes about the sale of the family recipe are found throughout the shop and museum.

What: Bush Brothers Visitors Center, Home of Bush’s Baked Beans Where: In Chestnut Hill, TN off Exit 415 on I-40 between Knoxville, TN and Asheville, NC; 30 minutes outside of Knoxville, about 13 miles off of I-40 (visit the website above for directions) Time Spent: About an hour and a half including lunch at the […]

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Roadside Attractions – Kentucky Artisan Center

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What: Kentucky Artisan Center Where: In Berea, KY off Exit 77 on I-75 between Knoxville, TN and Lexington, KY; 30 minutes south of Lexington Time Spent: Less than an hour including lunch. You could easily spend more or less time depending on your travel schedule. Why you should stop: The Kentucky Artisan Center houses a […]

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