Nearly 50 years after Rick's first road trip down the Pacific Coast Highway, he's back to retrace his steps.
San Francisco to Monterey Rick enjoys sitting on the dock of the bay, tasting legendary dishes like Cioppino and an oyster pancake called Hangtown Fry.
Monterey to San Diego Rick's Californian travels take him further south past citrus groves and vineyards into the city of dreams, Los Angeles, and ending in San Diego.
San Diego to Baja California Rick travels over the border to Mexico's Baja Peninsula, home to Baja Med Cuisine and allegedly the best breakfast in the world.
Guadalajara to Puerto Vallarta Rick explores Guadalajara, the city that gave us Mariachis and dishes like Carne con Chilli and lands in the town that placed Tequila on the world map.
Mexico City to Puebla Rick's culinary travels take him through Mexico City, Puebla and Oaxaca for Mole and Mezcal, Mexico's most iconic dish and drink.
Oaxaca to Chinantlan Mountains Rick Stein reaches Oaxaca, home to Mexico's national cheese Queso Oaxacana and a land where vanilla grows wild and cacao orchards are harvested to make superb chocolate.
Yucatan Peninsula Rick Stein's journey draws to a close in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula with dishes like Pibil, Sikilpak and grilled seafood in Tulum where his journey ends on the shores of the Caribbean Sea.