Today Eater and Vox Media Studios are thrilled to announce the premiere of the original Hulu series “Eater’s Guide To The World” — narrated by Emmy® award winning actress Maya Rudolph.
Inspired by Eater’s beloved and popular locally curated maps and guides, this new series serves as a locals’ guide to the most unexpected places to score an epic meal. Each episode offers the award-winning network’s unique insight into local food communities, with complementary programming on Eater that includes comprehensive episode guides, featured profiles, recipes, and maps for each episode.
Stream all episodes now on Hulu.
Lauren Cynamon, Chad Mumm, Mark W. Olsen and Amanda Kludt serve as executive producers and the series is produced by Eater and Vox Media Studios.
Eater’s Guide to the World
Eater’s Guide to the World was filmed before the COVID-19 pandemic. Our hearts go out to the restaurants and communities struggling around the world, and we hope this show reminds you of their magic. At the beginning of each episode, audiences will be directed to Eater.com, where they’ll find information on how to help the industry.
EP 1 - 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 the juicy pork steak, soba noodles, and piping hot fried chicken.
EP 2 - 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.
EP 3 - The Ass Crack of Dawn in New York City
It’s last call and you’re freakin’ hungry. What the f*** do you do? Luckily, you’re in New York City, where your crew can choose from mouth-watering options like Korean BBQ, empanadas, and birria — all before the sun hits the horizon.
EP 4 - Jungle to Table in Costa Rica
The Costa Rican jungle is basically nature’s candy store, and we’d like to invite you in. Bursting with delicious guanabana, cainito, cas, pejibaye, and of course cacao — known to some as the fruit of the gods! Of the GODS y’all!
EP 5 - Eating on the Hood of Your Car in LA
Buckle tf up! When you’re in LA, your car’s your sanctuary. Treat it with the respect it deserves, and dig in to life-changing hot chicken, fresh bread drops, and museum-worthy bento boxes in its presence.
EP 6 - Finding Roots in Tijuana
Local, regular, newcomer — whoever you are, Tijuana has something delicious for you to eat. Grab a seat and try the craft beer, pork belly tacos, Caesar salad (trust us) and yeah, you’ll want to stay awhile.
EP 7 - Taking Off in America
You eat at an airport because you have to, not because you want to. But just beyond the departure terminals you’ll find smoky BBQ, sweet n’ fluffy pancakes and a bowl of warm borbor—all worth going the extra mile.
Eater is the locals-first authoritative guide to eating better. Eater is at the forefront of reporting on the restaurant industry, shaping food culture with its award-winning journalism and programming, and beloved guides and maps. The network has grown into the leading voice in the food media space with its passion for great food and great stories spanning digital and social platforms, audio, OTT and television - including No Passport Required, Eater’s PBS docu-series with host Chef Marcus Samuelsson, celebrating America’s diverse immigrant food traditions, and a multi-year, multi-series deal with Hulu.
About Vox Media Studios
Vox Media Studios is an Emmy-nominated full-service production studio that works both independently and in partnership with Vox Media’s category-leading editorial networks—Curbed, The Cut, Eater, Grub Street, Intelligencer, New York Magazine, Polygon, Recode, SB Nation, The Strategist, The Verge, Vox, and Vulture—to extend the company’s storytelling capabilities to the most relevant modern platforms. Vox Media Studios is home to the award-winning Vox Media Podcast Network—one of the largest, fastest-growing, and most topically-diverse collections of high-quality podcasts, with more than 200 active shows—and Epic, the, storytelling powerhouse with dozens of film and TV projects in Hollywood, including Argo, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture, and “Little America” on Apple TV+.
Based in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York, Vox Media Studios is one of the leading independent suppliers of premium non-fiction and scripted programming for television, OTT, podcasts, films, and brand partners including: Eater’s “No Passport Required” on PBS; Vox’s “Explained”—including “The Mind, Explained,” “Sex, Explained,” “Coronavirus, Explained on Netflix,” and “Whose Vote Counts, Explained;” “American Style” on CNN; and “‘Creators for Change’ with Michelle Obama: Girls’ Education,” “Retro Tech,” and Vox’s “Glad You Asked” on YouTube. Forthcoming projects from Vox Media Studios include: “Family Style” on Hulu.