Rachael's in her hometown of Lake Placid, exploring this exciting winter wonderland. She'll kick off the trip by stopping at Adirondack Arts & Crafts. Wanting to relive old memories, Rachael drops by Howard Johnson's for some flapjacks. Since Lake Placid was home to two Olympic games, Rachael tests her Olympic skills by ice skating, taking a sleigh ride and bobsledding. She also visits the Paradox Lodge to sample their delicious food. Rachael's last stop is Lumiere, where she and her husband John cozy up to a delicious meal--the perfect ending to this winter adventure!
Rachael visits the gateway to the west to show us her top picks for St. Louis. She reveals the St. Louis original, toasted ravioli, at Cunetto House of Pasta. Then, she savors the mouthwatering fried chicken at Hodak's. After that, Rachael travels to Fitz's to watch the city's favorite root beer being bottled and, of course, enjoyed! And finally, Rachael ends her night high above the mighty Mississippi River at Top of the Riverfront, where the food is as good as the view!
Rachael has a blast exploring this lively capital city. She takes a field trip to the Clinton Library and Museum, touring the exhibits and checking out Cafe 42. Rachael also stops by one of Little Rock's most beloved neighborhood restaurants, Loca Luna. At the Faded Rose, another popular Little Rock restaurant, Rachael tries a taste of their down-home Southern cooking. Rachael's last stop is at Sticky Fingerz Rock-N-Roll Chicken Shack for some chicken and rockin' live music.
Rachael's in the Lone Star State to show off her top Dallas picks. She'll visit one of the "founding fathers of Southwestern cuisine" at Stephan Pyles Restaurant and sample some tasty tapas. Then it's off to Fuse, where she discovers a mouthwatering new fusion called Tex/Asian and savors some miso barbecued short ribs. Next, Rachael gets in the fast lane at the Texas Driving Experience. And finally, Rachael ends her evening with a steak and wine at Nick & Sam's, Dallas's quintessential classy steakhouse.
Rachael's a Mile High in Denver to give her favorite picks. First, she gets a taste of the Rocky Mountain life by visiting REI and traversing a 45-foot climbing wall. Next, she settles in with a plate of gnocchi at Ristorante Amore. Then she does some shopping at Decade Home Furnishings and hops next door to Deluxe for a bite of masa fried oysters. Finally, after the sun dips below the mountains, Rachael heads to Vesta Dipping Grill for a variety of seafood, meat and of course, dipping sauces.
Rachael's in Colorado's premiere ski resort to uncover her favorite picks. First, she hits the slopes and gets a snowboarding lesson from a local pro. Then it's off to find the best crabcakes in town at Jimmy's American Restaurant and Bar. Next, Rachael explores the wacky side of Aspen for dinner and a dog sled. And once the sun drops, Rachael tries a legendary milkshake at the J-Bar in Hotel Jerome.
Rachaels in the Pacific Northwests most laid back city to give her top picks for food and fun. First, she explores the coffeehouses of Portland with a visit to World Cup Coffee & Tea. Next, she grabs a seat at Family Supper for a delicious home-cooked meal. After that, she uncovers Portlands past with a visit to Hobos for scallops, and explains the purpose of Portlands Underground Tunnels. Finally, its off to the Blue Monk for outstanding Italian upstairs, and cool Jazz music downstairs.
Rachael's taking a scenic road trip along Central California's Highway 1. First, she stops in beautiful Monterey for a taste of the city's past at the Sardine Factory. Then it's on to rural Big Sur where she enjoys some great scenery and delicious food at Cielo. After that, she continues driving south along Hwy. 1 to the small town of Morro Bay, where she does a little shopping and stops in for some 65 cent oysters at Windows on the Water. Finally, she'll wrap up her road trip with a delicious Italian dinner at Buona Tavola in San Luis Obispo.
Rachael's in sunny San Diego exploring a taste of the good life! First, she stops into Rice at the W Hotel for a trendy and delicious dinner. Next up, it's lunch at Azul La Jolla, where Rachael digs into a sophisticated take on Green Eggs and Ham. Rachael then monkeys around at the San Diego Zoo, checking out some of the city's wildest residents. She wraps up her tour of San Diego at the Gas Lamp Strip Club, a steakhouse where you get to cook your own food!
Rachael is in Cleveland checking out all that this capitol city has to offer. She starts off her trip at Touch Supper Club, a lively spot with great food upstairs and a rockin' dance lounge and bar downstairs. Then, she'll head east of the Cuyahoga River to check out Fire, where she samples Cleveland's tastiest Caesar salad. Rachael's next stop is Fat Fish Blue, a downtown restaurant that celebrates Mardi Gras every day of the year. After that, Rachael stops by Nighttown for some great live jazz and delicious food.
Rachael is in our nation's capital for some monumental eating and sightseeing. Her first stop is at the Old Ebbitt Grill, one of D.C.'s most historic restaurants. She then heads over to Zaytinya to share some tapas with her Tasty Travels crew. And what's a visit to Washington, D.C., without checking out the museums? Rachael samples the food at Mitsitam Native Foods Cafe, inside the National Museum of the American Indian. She then takes a spin on a Segway-the, a perfect way to get around D.C.! Rachael wraps up her tour of the city with a late-night meal at the French-Indian restaurant IndeBleu.
Rachael visits the coastal city of Baltimore and reveals her favorite pics for dining and sightseeing. Her first stop is at the American Visionary Arts Museum, where she explores her artistic side at this one-of-a-kind museum. Next up, Rachael has a taste of the Slow Food Movement at Abacrombie Restaurant and Bed and Breakfast. No visit to Baltimore would be complete without diving into some seafood straight out of the Chesapeake Bay, and that's exactly what Rachael does at Gertrude's Restaurant. Rachael wraps up her trip at the Brass Elephant with a taste of Baltimore's best cosmopolitan. Yum-o!
Rachaels in scenic New England, taking a road trip on Route 1A through Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She starts in Kennebunkport, Maine, with a visit to Mabels Lobster Claw for, you guessed it--lobster! Rachael then continues south on Route 1A and stops at Oarweed Restaurant in the picturesque town of Ogunquit. She then hops aboard a lobster fishing boat to get a firsthand look at how to catch Maines finest seafood treat. Then its back in the car for a drive to Portsmouth, N.H., where Rachael stops in at the Caribbean-themed Blue Mermaid Island Grill. Her last stop is at the Halibut Point Restaurant in Gloucester, Mass., for a taste of their famous fish chowder.