Rachael checks out Philadelphia, to see what kind of "brotherly" bargains she can find. From a down home breakfast at the Down Home Diner, to Jim's Steaks for the signature sandwich, to dinner at Villa di Roma, Rachael experiences a true bargain adventure.
Rachael visits one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon. She fuels up on a hearty breakfast at El Tovar. Then grabs some healthy snacks at Happy Trails. Dinner's at local fave Canyon Star and dessert at The Bright Angel Lodge.
Rachael Ray is visiting San Juan, the capital city of Puerto Rico. She sightsees in the historic old city and tours the Casa Bacardi Visitor’s Center. Rachael samples a range of Puerto Rican cuisine. But can Rachael splurge on grilled marlin at dinner and still make her $40 budget?
It's a high stakes gamble when Rachael tries to take on Vegas on $40 a Day. She starts her morning off with the Bellagio breakfast buffet. Next she decides to lunch at Mr. Lucky's 24/7. After some gambling she heads off to the Hookah Lounge. Rachael takes advantage of the late-night supper scene by visiting a hip local hangout called Firefly on Paradise.moreless
Rachael Ray rides the desert breezes to Palm Springs, CA for 24 hours of fun in the sun with breakfast at More Than a Mouthful, golfing then lunch at The Fisherman's Market and Grille. Then, it's dinner at The Kaiser Grille.
Rachael Ray toddles into the Windy City of Chicago with a farmer-sized appetite and just $40. She hits Kitsch 'n on Roscoe for breakfast, and Back Stage Bistro for lunch. For dinner she tries Greek Islands, a Greek family restaurant. The evening ends at Navy Pier with macadamia popcorn.
Rachael starts off her day with a Belgian waffle. By midday, she is ready for steamed mussels. She heads to LePainQuotidien, for an affordable lunch. Rachael manages to score artisan chocolates, and still has money to enjoy dinner.
Rachael tastes some low-cost gourmet treats as she explores the Florida keys. She stops at the Cracked Conch, has some lunch at Blue Heaven. For dinner, it's off to Bahama Mama's, & stops at an utdoor bar called Bily Fish.
After a breakfast of espresso & a croissant, Rachael splurges on lunch at a trattorias. Anticipating a late dinner, she grabs a snack, & then braves a long line at one of the most popular trattorias for dinner. She indulges in la dolce vida for dessert.
For dinner, Rachael decides upon Bahama Breeze & a slice of Grand Marnier Cake. Rachael is ready for a late night snack at The Palms- Sunrise Cafe. For her last meal, Rachael finds an abundance of high end food at Sam's Town Firelight Buffet.
Host Rachael Ray hits the spectacular Southwest in Sedona, AZ with breakfast at L'Auberge de Sedona's outdoor French eatery, Terrace on the Creek. Next it's lunch at The Cowboy Club, and dinner at The Haunted Hamburger.
Rachael Ray visits sizzling South Beach. Her day starts with a healthy smoothie, then she tries a Cuban sandwich, a refreshing popsicle martini, and a couple of tapas dishes. After all that fun in the sun, Rachael ends her day without burning up her $40 budget.
With sweeping capes, peaceful beaches, and stunning ocean views, Rachael checks out the beautiful rugged coastline of Coos Bay. And while the ocean offers up fresh seafood, local bogs in the area offer up fresh ruby red cranberries, all for under $40 a Day
Rachael Ray hikes through the Multnomak Fall to the Lodge Restaurant. Next, Rachael heads to Bush Gardens, famous for its bargain food prices. Then to McMenamin's Edgefield Bed & Breakfast. Finally, Rachael gets a wonderful salmon dinner at Higgins.
Rachael explores this cozy island, fishing for the Vineyard's tastiest deal. Beer-battered Soft Shell Crab and Lobster Quesadilla's are all on the menu. Rachael even samples wine made right here on Martha's Vineyard's. And she does it all for under $40 a Day.
Join Rachael Ray as she visits the hip Long Island getaway - the Hamptons. From shopping to sake, Rachael samples it all in this legendary hideaway for the rich and famous. Yet Rachael proves you don’t have to be a big star to get the A-list treatment in the Hampton's, you can do it all for $40 a Daymoreless
Rachael's on the beautiful and quaint island of Nantucket, Massachusetts looking for bargains that won't beach her budget. After a budget conscious but delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner, Rachael leaves this charming New England Island happy as a clam.
Rachael Ray sets out for America's heartland and finds herself in Milwaukee, WI, just itching to spend her $40 she's got burning in her wallet. It's breakfast at Katie's, a funky fifties-style diner, lunch at The Safehouse, and dinner at Three Brothers.
Rachael Ray explores the fun and flavor of the wild west in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. From a magnificent multi-grain waffle to red beans and rice with Elk andouille to grilled Quail, Rachael samples some of the best tastes this mountain town has to offer.
Rachael's setting sail for some bargains in Newport, Rhode Island. With everything from crepes to Portuguese kale soup and pad Thai, this is a seaside city with a global flair. Rachael samples it all for just $40 a Day!
Rachael's $40 goes a lot further than expected! First, a vegetarian restaurant called Sweet Cherutium, then the Sha-lin Noodle House. Rachael caps off her day at Death by Chocolate, a trendy cafe, specializing in decadent chocolate desserts.
First, Rachael enjoys a breakfast of sweet potato pancakes with toasted pecan butter. For lunch, she enjoys old style cooking at Jestine's Kitchen & later indulges in a slice of pecan pie. For dinner, she tastes the delights at Hominy Grill.
Rachael Ray visits the capital of Oregon, the charming river front city of Salem. Known as the "Bread and Wine Basket" of the state, Rachael enjoys the local wines of the region as well as fresh Oregon Wild Salmon. Join Rachael as she gets a taste of the Pacific Northwest without breaking her $40 a Day budget.moreless
Rachael Ray starts with a late lunch at Captain Jim's Seafood. Next stop: Coral Gables and a bistro, Ortanique on the Mile. next, she's off to the Colmobian restaurant called Mama Vieja. Finally, Rachael's ready to top off the evening at The Ice Box.
Rachael is on a low-cost mission to enjoy one of America's most exciting culinary cities. Her first stop is Chinatown. Next, she's to Swan Oyster Depot. Rachael goes to Citizen Cake, & finishes off the day at LeMetro.
For breakfast, she tastes the thrifty, nifty Flying Biscuit & lunches at the city's oldest restaurant. For a snack, Rachael gets her mitts on some inexpensive sweet potato cheesecake. For dinner, she checks out Matt's Rib Shack.
Rachael Ray visits the beautiful Caribbean island of Antigua in the West Indies. The day gets started with a healthy breakfast smoothie. Then for lunch Rachael tries a local favorite, conch salad. Later in the day she cools off with homemade Italian pistachio gelati and for dinner it’s spicy green Thai fish currymoreless
Bargain hunting Rachael Ray hits the stores of California's Montery coast where she visits Connery Row and First Awakenings. Next, she lands at the rustic Cork Screw Cafe. Next, it's on to The Tuck Box, & then to Cafe Fina where she rounds out her day.
In Tuscany, Rachael enjoys a fresh lunch at a Tuscan farmhouse. Her next stop is the home of a winery called Castello Verrazzano. In Siena, Italy, Rachael finds a no-frills trattoria, She ventures into one of Siena's priciest restaurants for dessert.
Rachael stops in Nashville, TN. She hits the neighborhood of Hillsboro for some shopping and walking. She starts off at Bongo Java, finds a great lunch at Boulangerie Provence, and dines at F. Scott's, for a late-supper "Dine at Nine" special.
Even though it’s summer, Rachel heads to Aspen, CO to see how far $40 will get her. She eats breakfast at Wienerstube, lunch at Big Wrap, and dinner at Cache Cache. Can she make it, or will an avalanche of expenses deplete her funds?
Rachael Ray starts with a high- octane breakfast at Cafe Landro. She tries a Mexican feast at Agua Verde Paddle Club. At Red Hook Ale Brewery, she bellies up to the bar for $1 drinks! At Bick's Broadway Grill, she enjoys an Asian feast.
Rachael journeys to Laguna Beach. She breakfasts at Coyote Grill, and then grabs a gourmet sandwich from the Zinc Café and Market. Evening brings an art walk and free wine and snacks. Rachael later decides on dinner at the Sundried Tomato Café.
Rachael hits a budgetary hole in one on the beautiful golf island of Hilton Head, SC. She comes in way under par with her blackberry French toast for breakfast, jerked Carribean grouper for lunch, a sunset martini. And the Can't Decide Platter" for dinner.
Rachael is ready to take a big bite out of the Big Apple, but can she do it for $40 a Day? From breakfast at the Nolto Star, to an Indian fare lunch, to a cool treat, & finally a Mediterranean dinner, Rachael takes a bargain bite out of the Big Apple!moreless
While taking in the sights at the Mystic Seaport Museum Rachael takes advantage of old-time prices and enjoys steam made popcorn, and a five-cent ale. Rachael sails through this maritime town while successfully keeping her $40 a day budget afloat.
She starts off her day with a free breakfast at her historic B&B. Her next stop is Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House for lunch, & then a complimentary high tea at her hotel. After satisfying her sweet tooth in town, she heads to the Crab Shack for dinner.
Rachael Ray sweeps onto the Big Island of Hawaii with just $40. She starts with breakfast at Maha's Café. Then lunches at a local favorite - Tex's Drive-in. Its dinner at Bamboo, a casual spot, and finishes with a kona mud pie after a hula lesson.
Rachael Ray gets a Rocky Mountain high when she hits Denver. She grabs herself some breakfast in Highland Square. She heads out for a lunch at Parisi. By mid-afternoon, Rachael heads to Wynkoop's for a pint. Finally, she rounds out the day at Le Central.
For breakfast, Rachael bikes over to DePrins. She samples the Pancake Bakery, and discovers that people in Amsterdam eat both sweet and savory pancakes for lunch. For dinner, she gets a taste of Indrapura, and Amsterdam Cafe for dessert.
Rachael Ray puts on her spurs and hits the rootin-tootin metropolis of Dallas, Texas. While staying at the Hotel ZaZa, she takes trolley ride on historic McKinney Avenue, eats at La Madeleine, Sonny Bryan's BBQ and Deep Ellum. Rachael rounds out her trip with a bull ride at Bob's Texas Honky Tonk.moreless
Host Rachael Ray is ready for breakfast at Big Kitchen. At Point Loma, Rachael has some seaside fare at point loma Seafood. Rachael grabs a great deal at Old Town Mexican Cafe & to cool down, Rachael heads to the Moontime Creamery.
It’s the holiday season in New York City! Rachael Ray experiences the winter wonderland in her home state. Rachael goes to a few of her favorite restaurants and has some tasty dishes. Fortunately, a full day of shopping, skating and dining in New York City doesn’t force Rachael to be a penny-pinching Scrooge, and Rachael ends her day under her $40 budgetmoreless
Traveling foodie Rachael Ray takes a tour of California's Napa Valley. She stops at Sonoma's Bosque Cafe, Catahoula, thenshe's off to nosh at Saint Helen's V. Sattuti winery. She ends the day at the family-owned Tuscan eatery, Della Santini's.
Rachael Ray is inspired when she finds herself in Santa Fe, NM. She's off to Pasqual's, and checks out the $5 special at the Cowgirl Hall of Fame. Come dinnertime, Rachael seeks out the Rooftop Cantina. Finally, at La Fonda she enjoys a lemon soufflé.
Join host Rachael Ray as she explores the flavors in the home of the Baseball Hall of Fame in under $40 a Day! Starting with breakfast at the batting cages, & a picnic lunch after sampling at the Ommegang Brewery, she ends with BBQ dinner & dessert.
Rachael lays down the law in finding some awesome food bargains in our nation's capitol. From a cafeteria style breakfast at Teaism, to lunch at the local favorite, Clyde's of Georgetown, to a "topas" dinner at Jaleo, will Rachael make her budget?
Host Rachael Ray heads south to Orlando, Florida. She starts off at lacomka. Next, she hits funky Orange Avenue, & The White Wolf. Next, she snacks on dessert at the Coloraddo Fondue Co. Finally, she rounds out her day at Cafe TuTuTango.
Rachael finds her way to "The Morning Ray Cafe" for breakfast. A lunch tip from a local sends her to Windy Ridge. For an after-noon snack Rachael heads over to Robert Redford's restaurant Zoom. After working up an appetite, she heads to dinner at the Butcher's Chophouse and Bar.
At the Cold Tavern, host Rachael Ray gets a healthy breakfast. For lunch, she stops in at the Santa Barbara Shellfich Co. Rachael grabs some dinner at the Camino Real Cafe. Finally, Rachael grabs some Kahula Cheesecake at the Sojourner.
All aboard! Rachael pulls in to Chattanooga, Tennessee for some old fashion southern cooking with a modern flair. From the Waffle of Insane Greatness to rich chocolates that will drive you crazy, Rachael samples some of the best tastes of Chattanooga for under $40 a day!
Rachael Ray visits one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in New England. She breakfasts at a local favorite, has chowder at a pub, & dines at a restaurant where many Kennedys have been rumored to dine. Can she do it on just $40?
Rachael's hoping to strike culinary gold with her $40 in the old mining town of Telluride, CO. Rachael has a delicious Southwest Benedict with her free java. After learning some skiing basics, Rachael goes to the Crunchy Porcupine for lunch. While sightseeing, Rachael sees an ice cream shop called The Sweet Life. As the day draws to a close, Rachael goes to Wildflour Cooking Company for dinner.moreless
Rachael Ray visits the Black Hills of South Dakota, home to Mount Rushmore, where she samples some monumental meals, like delicious pancakes and buffalo sausage, hearty gumbo, sunflower seed ice cream, and an acorn squash and gruyere cheese gallette.
Rachael takes a tour of New Orleans. She enjoys the sleepy French Quarter, and breakfasts at Café Beignet. For lunch its muffaletta at Central Grocery, and dines at Brigtsen's, for a five-star, early bird special, and she does it all for less that $40.
Rachael visits the beautiful island of Bermuda. Rachael gets busy with a scooter ride around town. She heads to Aggie's for breakfast in one of the oldest homes on the island. Next she strolls over to a place she has visited before on her travels here, Frescos. After an afternoon of exploring the amazing coral reefs, Rachael swaggers in to the Swizzle Inn for an exotic Rum Swizzle drink. To top off the day, Rachael visits one of the oldest pubs on the island, Hog Penny.moreless
Her days begins at one of Paris's oldest patisseries, Stohner. Then a fixed price lunch at Au Gourmet De I'lle. In the afternoon, Rachael picks up a snack at an open-air market. Her day ends at Polidor where she dines like a true Parisian.
Rachal Ray takes on Bean Town on a $40 budget. She breakfasts at a local farmers' market, get a great seafood lunch, has a pint of local brew at a Harvard, & has dinner in the famous North end-all on $40-a-day.
Rachael Ray heads to the beautiful Green Mountains of Vermont for a day in the quieter, gentler America of yesteryear- on an olden budget of $40. Rachael's choices include Manchester's Little Rooster Cafe, Simon Pierce & dessert at the Apple Barn & Country Smoke Shop.
Rachael hits a home run when she visits Durham, NC. Batting first is Elmo's Diner. Next she goes shopping in Chapel Hill, and moseys over to Mama Dip's. Then, she takes in an afternoon baseball game where the Durham Bulls take on Syracuse SkyChefs. Voted top BBQ in the Triangle area, The Barbecue Joint wins another rave review from Rachael.moreless
She starts off her day with a hearty breakfast at The Kneadery. After an afternoon of shopping, Rachael finds her way to the restaurant Grumpy's. Next up, at the Sun Valley Lodge Rachael soaks up the history of the lodge over a hot buttered rum at The Duchin Room.
Rachael Ray heads for her hometown in upstate New York for some fun on her own turf. She takes a drive down memory lane, then heads to Bolton's Landing and the Algonquin for a favorite fish sandwich. It's a great to be home, especially on $40 for the day.
Rachael Ray heads to Saratoga, NY where she picks up a to-go breakfast at The Putnam Market. After a delightful morning, she hooks up with a friend and heads off to Mrs. London's. Later, she meets her daddy at One Caroline Street for a special happy hour drink and realizes she's under budget.moreless
Rachael Ray hits the great state of Maine for a seaside visit to Portland. She hits the Public Market, breakfasts at Becky's, a local diner, lunches at Harraseeket Lunch and Lobster, samples some freebies at the Greengrocer, and dines at the Pepperclub.
Rachael Ray tours Maui. Stopping at a fruit stand and dining at a famous eatery. Afterwards, she visits the beach and a Vietnamese restaurant for lunch. Rachael checks out Manana Garage for a drink. And has an unagi roll at a local Japanese restaurant.
Rachael's in the cultured little town of Ashland, Oregon, which is known for its yearly Shakespeare festival and thriving art community. The stage is set for her to try some delicious polenta pancakes, a roasted vegetable panini, award-winning cheeses, and some lamb meatballs for dinner
Rachael Ray rocks when she hits Cleveland, OH. She finds Tommy's, a healthy-hearty neighborhood favorite. After stopping at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Rachael stops in at a Slyman's. Finally, a trip to Little Italy takes her to Trattoria Roman Gardens.
Rachael Ray hits Corpus Christi. She checks out Andy's, a homey diner, then hits a new internet find, Laffite's where she lunches. She finds dinner at the Water Street Seafood Company and Oyster Bar, ands ends the evening at Crystal's Restaurant.
Rachael Ray takes a drive across the border to Montreal, Canada. She first stops at the Italian market, Capitol Grocery and Butcher Shop. Then she's off to Faema, for a cup of coffee. Finally it's breakfast at St. Viateur Bagels, lunch at Stash Café, and dinner at Rick's Café American from Casablanca. She makes her final stop of the day at La Cabane.moreless
Rachael visits Asheville, NC but is this cool mountain town too hot for her budget to handle? This sweet historic city serves up southern classics with a gourmet twist, like sweet potato pancakes and pan fried mountain trout with green tomato blackberry sauce and squash casserole.
Host Rachael Ray is a thrifty traveler on a mission to find the quintessential flavors of LA's high-priced eateries & do it on just $40 a day. She hits the local market, La Guelaguentza, Neptune's Net, Elixir, and Authentic Cafe.
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