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Anthony Bourdain’s Top 5 New York City Restaurants

There are a lot of people we'd take a restaurant recommendation from, but Anthony Bourdain tops the list.

Not only has the man traveled around the world enjoying meals in some of the best restaurants, but he's also got a great habit of finding the downright delicious in unexpected spots.

Anthony Bourdain Is Releasing A Comic Book Full of Ghost Stories

You know Anthony Bourdain for his book Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly and his many TV series: A Cook's Tour, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, and Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.

Anthony Bourdain Heads to Oman in the Latest Episode of 'Parts Unknown'

Anthony Bourdain teases that you probably can’t find Oman on a map. But after watching Sunday night’s episode of Parts Unknown, viewers may be tempted to get out their atlases and commit Oman’s geography to memory.

On his journey through the diverse country, Bourdain travels through the desert on a camel, meanders through an ancient marketplace and eats lunch on the side of a mountain.

Anthony Bourdain Heads to Antarctica to Find Out What People Eat at the Bottom of the World

Anthony Bourdain is heading to the bottom of the world to explore the last continent on his travel bucket list.

The 7 Foreign Countries Anthony Bourdain Has Visited Most

Over the past 17 years, Anthony Bourdain has traveled to over 50 different countries while filming his four different TV shows (A Cook’s Tour, No Reservations, The Layover and Parts Unknown).

The 4 Non-Food-Related Themes that Appear Over and Over on Anthony Bourdain's TV Shows

If you're an aficionado of Anthony Bourdain's television shows, you've probably noticed certain topics having nothing to do with food reappearing over and over. Bourdain has his fixations, and frequently they make their way onto the screen.

How Anthony Bourdain Became Debt-Free

Anthony Bourdain is a very successful writer, tv host, and soon-to-be-marketeur. However, this wasn’t always the case.

Anthony Bourdain On a Fermented Future and When He’d Eat Dog

“Americans want kimchi,” Anthony Bourdain declares in his recent and extensive interview published by The New Yorker. “They want it on their hamburgers. It’s like when Americans started eating sushi-a huge tectonic shift.” The well-traveled television host and culinary explorer is banking on a future in fermented foods with his forthcoming Asian street food haven planned for New York City’s Pier 57.

Why You Won't Find Anthony Bourdain at a Trump Restaurant

Trump restaurants are set to remain 'parts unknown' for the celebrity chef.

Anthony Bourdain Supports a Big Increase in NYC Food Carts

Since 1983, the population of New York City has grown from the lower end of 7 million people to current estimates of over 8.5 million residents. However, during that same period, the number of mobile food vendor permits the city allows hasn’t changed once – left stagnant at about 4,235 according to the New York Times.