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  • Blue Waters Kayaking

    Meet your guide (bring your own packed lunch) in Inverness. You’ll split the day between paddling along the Point Reyes peninsula, looking for seal... More
  • Blum & Poe

    Occupying one of the biggest spaces in Culver City’s Art District, Blum and Poe fills its multi-level, 21,000-square-foot digs with a roster of maj... More
  • Bob Baker Marionette Theater

    Bob Baker carves marionettes and trains apprentices to animate them. With its houselights on, the theater is nothing: squirming kids and cheesy, du... More
  • Boccalone Salumeria

    Offal-worshipping celebrity chef Chris Cosentino is the cofounder of Boccalone, a salumeria that proudly celebrates its slogan, "Tasty Salted Pig P... More
  • Bodie State Historic Park

    Ten miles north of Mono Lake, this abandoned 1880s mining town was once so wild that, for 8,500 residents, it had 60 saloons. More
  • Boonville General Store

    Hang around the store and listen for the village’s tongue-in-cheek dialect, Boontling (supposedly rooted in Scottish Gaelic and Irish). More
  • Borax Museum at Furnace Creek Ranch

    Tour the little museum, home to the 20-mule teams that hauled the heavy mineral. More
  • Bouchon Bakery, Santa Barbara

    Sample the freshest area produce and meats, including wild boar and colorful local heirloom tomatoes, escargots, pepper-crusted venison. More
  • Bouchon Bakery, Yountville

    Thomas Keller, the famed restaurateur who made the small town of Yountville in Napa a culinary destination, opened this casual bakery as a way to s... More
  • Bountiful

  • Bourassa Vineyards

    Despite an exterior that resembles a nondescript storage facility, this winery’s tasting room has a surprisingly romantic interior with dim lightin... More
  • Bourbon & Branch

    You’ll have to jump through plenty of hoops to drink at this nouveau speakeasy. After reserving a table online, you’re emailed a secret password to... More
  • Bouverie Preserve of Audubon Canyon

    Access is by appointment only. More
  • Breggo Cellars

    The name means “sheep” in Boontling—a nod to the property’s former life as one of the oldest sheep ranches in the region. More
  • Brewer-Clifton

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