Pack your bags, cause Rachael Ray is taking you on a weekend getaway, Tasty Travels style. First she takes us to the city that never sleeps, Las Vegas--from Caribbean food at Bahama Breeze to tapas at Firefly. Next, were California dreamin when Rachael visits Laguna Beach, Monterey and Napa Valley. Then she takes us to New York, her home state, as we visit the Adirondacks as well as the Big Apple for French bistros and belly dancing. And finally, we try breakfast in Sedona and Tucson, Ariz. You cant have a better weekend getaway than with Rachael Ray!
Boston is home to some of the greatest pubs and restaurants in the country. Rachael heads to the eclectic Bukowski’s Tavern for a taste of the Boston pub scene. She gets a taste of their international cuisine by trying Cambodian dishes at Elephant Walk, then walks off the food with a little shopping at Newbury Street.
If there were an award for being the hippest city in the country, L.A. would vie for it. Rachael goes to Sushi Katsu-ya for a taste of L.A.’s famous sushi scene. Then, she gets a taste of her hometown at Mulberry Street Pizzeria. And for some Pan-Asian cuisine, Rachael has Black Cod at Beacon
San Francisco has the rare luxury of offering an abundance of fresh produce and exotic ingredients within easy reach. Rachael starts at Chow, a true San Francisco eating experience. She also gets some authentic Spanish Tapas at Bocadillos. Next, Rachael is taught a lesson in Taiko Drums. Finally, Rachael finds Brainwash Café & Laundry
Rachaels in the Big Easy to give her top Tasty Travel picks! Rachael tastes that New Orleans flavor at Jacques-Imo. Next, she gets a tour through Mardi Gras World. Then its cajun dancing and dinner at Michauls. Rachael ends her travels at Restaurant August, elegant, unique dining at affordable prices.
Rachael gives her take on the hottest restaurants in Atlanta. Rachael gets in some shopping at Wish. Then she experiences the worlds largest drive-in restaurant at The Varsity. Next its classic French cuisine at Joel. Finally, its Two Urban Licks, a brand-new hip restaurant that features a 14-foot-tall wood-pit rotisserie tower
Rachael tackles Sin City to show off her favorite places for food and fun in Las Vegas. Rachael travels to SW Steakhouse in the new Wynn Las Vegas for a decadent dinner. Then, she builds up an appetite for dim sum at Red 8 . Finally, Rachael visits her favorite Italian restaurant Fiamma Trattoria.
Rachaels deep in the heart of Texas to give her top picks in Austin. Rachael reveals authentic Tex Mex cuisine at Santa Rita Tex Mex Cantina. Then, she explores the sights and tastes of Shady Grove. And Rachael ends her night in the Live Music Capital of the World by visiting Threadgills.
Rachael travels to Seattle to uncover great values in the Emerald City. Rachael finds a true original when she digs into the seafood at Ivars Salmon House. Then, she visits Wild Ginger. Next, shes off to Crush, and finally, Rachael checks out the music scene at Crocodile Café, and finds the true sound of Seattle alive and kicking
Vancouver is a bustling city surrounded by water and wildlife. Rachael enjoys the views and seafood of Sequoia Grill. Next, she’s off to Chinatown for dim sum at Sun Sui Wah. Rachael finds fine-dining and history at the Cannery, and ends the night at the Alibi Room for a cocktail.
Rachaels exploring the Last Frontier to discover culinary gems in Anchorage, Alaska. Her journey begins at Sourdough Mining Company. Rachael then finds local seafood in a high-end setting at Simon & Seaforts Saloon. Rachael is pointed towards Glacier Brewhouse. Rachael ends her evening in the land of spam, booze, rhythm and blues at Mr. Whitekeys Fly By Night Club,
Rachael takes a neighborhood-by-neighborhood trip through Chicago. First stop is Andersonville, where Rachael tries the Swedish delights of Ann Sather. After working up an appetite, Rachael zips over to Bucktown for a taste of Cuba at Café Laguardia. And when the sun goes down, Rachael heads to the Loop for Chicago history and Italian perfection at Gioco
First, she explores the sibling rivalry between St. Paul and Minneapolis, and ends up polka dancing at Nyes Polonaise Room. Then, she explores the international side of the Twin Cities at Chino Latino, a blend of Caribbean, Latin American, and Pan-Asian Cuisine. Rachael next finds sophistication in the Twin Cities at 20.21, a restaurant within a museum!
Rachael Ray shows viewers how to get the most out of a visit to Trinidad -Tasty Travels style! From dancing in the streets to hiking in lush rain forests, Trinidad has something for everyone. And with so many diverse cultures in one place, dining here is an exciting culinary adventure.
Rachael visits the coastal city of Baltimore and reveals her favorite picks 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!