Check out new American and classic Chinese dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner at this casual spot. Rachael loved the "tangy" goat cheese-topped breakfast bruschetta and called it "a work of art." Look for weekday dinner specials featuring regional dishes such as cioppino and Maine lobster rolls.
On Food Network's $40 a day, Rachael Ray visits the picturesque beach city of Ft. Lauderdale, FL and the Palm Grille for delicious grub and cocktails, on Food Network's $40 a day.
After hitting the slopes, Rachael Ray picks up baked goods and sandwiches from the Wildflour Cooking Company, in Telluride, CO, on Food Network's $40 a Day.
This Fort Lauderdale, Fla., diner, open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, has been serving up breakfast food since 1937. Try the famous Butch's Mess, a scramble with eight ingredients and a slice of chocolate cake, or the Fruita De Mar Omelet, which Rachael says "tastes like a gigantic crab cake."
Firefly Tapas Kitchen & Bar offers a plethora of small, inexpensive appetizers perfect for lunch or a light dinner. On $40 a Day, Rachael calls their Gazpacho "delicious and refreshing," and the Artichoke Toasts "just perfect."
Host Rachael Ray heads to Waialua, HI, for North Shore Country Okazo & Bento, serving quick and easy seafood on Food Network's $40 a Day.
With a large selection of beer from both big-name brands and microbrewers, Grendel's Den is a great place to grab a beer. This ''cozy basement bar and restaurant'' serves the Cambridge community fresh food from original recipes at a bargain. Rachael loved drinking like a local at this popular pub.
Located inside the downtown library in Nashville, Tenn., Provence Breads & Cafe is rumored to have the best bread around, according to Rachael. With over 20 different varieties baked fresh daily, choose your favorite for the roast chicken salad sandwichm which Rachael says is "simple and flavorful."
At afternoon tea at the historic Hamilton-Turner Inn, Rachael said she felt "like a regular Scarlett O'Hara." Innkeeper Sue Strickland bakes the signature Scottish shortbread daily. After eating an elegant feast of treats, Rachael admitted, "That is as close to heaven as I've been in quite a while."
This Parisian-style bistro in New York's Theater District serves classic French dishes that, according to Rachael, won't disappoint. Visit Pigalle for its weekend brunch, Tapas Tuesday menu or drinks in the cocktail lounge. Rachael called the special Champagne cocktail "dessert in a glass."
In Palm Springs, CA, Rachael Ray dines at More Than a Mouthful Cafe, known for their heavenly breakfasts, like homemade sausage, corned beef hash and pancakes on Food Network's $40 a Day.
Rachael Ray travels to Teaism, in Washington DC, for a taste of traditional Asian and English tea houses, on Food Network's $40 a Day.
First Awakenings is starting the day off with a California fusion breakfast. The signature Crepeggs are just what they sound like - a sweet French crepe shacking up with scrambled eggs (think of them like really delicate omelets). Get it like the natives do, with avocado, ham and Jack cheese.
For a hearty breakfast and beautiful view of Multnomah Falls, stop by the Lodge restaurant for some Northwest favorites before heading out for a hike. The impressive menu includes a local favorite -- buttermilk pancakes topped with syrup and fresh huckleberries -- which Rachael said she loved.