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How to Watch ‘Eater’s Guide to the World,’ Now Streaming on Hulu

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A plat of mariscos with avocado on top.
Mariscos in Tijuana
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Eater’s Guide to the World takes viewers on a wild trip through some of the planet’s most awe-inspiring food scenes, from Tijuana to the Pacific Northwest to Casablanca, and beyond. The premiere season’s seven episodes showcase a whole new, delicious side of the culinary destinations you think you know — and a few of the ones you don’t. (Who knew you could eat this well at the airport?)

Here’s how to watch:

All seven episodes of Eater’s Guide to the World begin streaming on Hulu at midnight on Wednesday, November 11. Watch them all right now, here, or stream the whole season on your preferred device. Then come back to Eater for exclusive content, recipes, explainers, features, and more coming soon!

Here’s what to expect:

Dining Alone in the Pacific Northwest
The best part of dining solo? You can focus on what deserves your attention most: the food. Time to eat your way through the Pacific Northwest, savoring all the juicy pork steak, soba noodles, and piping-hot fried chicken.

A Cultural Oasis in Casablanca
No cool friend would let you skip Casablanca while on a trip to Morocco. This can’t-miss port city boasts snails, traditional pastilla, and unreal tagine — you’ve gotta taste it all.

The Ass Crack of Dawn in New York City
You know you don’t have to go home, right? There’s a whole world in New York City after last call. Dig into Korean barbecue or grab some empanadas to keep the good times rolling.

Jungle to Table in Costa Rica
The Costa Rican jungle is basically nature’s candy store — bursting with delicious guanabana, cainito, cas, pejibaye, and, of course, cacao — and we’d like to invite you in. These juicy treats are drip-down-to-your-elbows good.

Eating on the Hood of Your Car in LA
Your long-ass commute in LA just got better. In between the red lights, stop for hot chicken, fresh bread, museum-worthy bento boxes, and more.

Planting Roots in Tijuana
Tijuana is as much a place for locals as it is for newcomers. So don’t be shy — try the craft beer, birria, Caesar salad (trust us), and more. You’ll be glad you did.

Taking Off in America
Just beyond the departure terminals of JFK, DCA, ATL, MIA, and LGB, you’ll find smoky barbecue, sweet ’n’ fluffy pancakes, and spicy jerk wings that are worth a second trip through security.