Since the Anthony Bourdain Food Trail officially debuted, I’ve been trying to visit the restaurants on the list.
To date, we’ve been to:
During Winter Break 2020 we were pretty limited as to where we could travel due to the pandemic. We didn’t want to quarantine once getting back to NY, so this limited us to some places close to home. Continue reading A Stop On The Anthony Bourdain Food Trail: Tony & Ruth’s Steaks
Since the Anthony Bourdain Food Trail officially debuted in New Jersey, I’ve slowly tried to visit the places which made the cut.
To date, we’ve been to:
Earlier in the summer, we took a short trip to the Jersey Shore. While there, we stopped into James’ Salt Water Taffy. Continue reading A Stop On The Anthony Bourdain Food Trail: James Salt Water Taffy
A little over a year back the Anthony Bourdain Food Trail officially debuted in New Jersey.
At the time the trail came out, we had previously visited 3 of the 10 stops. A few weeks back we visited the first stop on the trail, the very tasty Hiram’s Roadstand.
Restaurants featured on food-travel TV shows can be hit or miss but those visited by Anthony Bourdain have always been pretty safe bets at being excellent. Continue reading A Stop On The Anthony Bourdain Food Trail: Kubel’s- Barnegat Light
The late Anthony Bourdain has inspired many around the world to make food a big part of their travels.
While planning to visit new places, I look for ideas where to eat based on places featured on Food/ Travel shows. Places recommended by Anthony Bourdain tend to just about always be really good.
On the New Jersey episode of Parts Unknown (which aired back in 2015), Bourdain visited Hiram’s Roadstand in Fort Lee. Since seeing the episode, I’ve wanted to visit. Continue reading A Stop On The Anthony Bourdain Food Trail: Hiram’s Roadstand
Chef, author and globetrotting TV star Anthony Bourdain tragically died a little over a year back. Since then, his NYC apartment was put up for sale.
A couple of days back, Kim sent me an article stating that some of Anthony Bourdain’s possessions would soon be auctioned off. Continue reading Over 200 Of Anthony Bourdain’s Items Will Be Auctioned Off
In less than a week (June 25th) it will be Anthony Bourdain Day (#BourdainDay).
The day was created by Bourdain’s friends (world-famous chefs Eric Ripert and Jose Andres) as a way to memorialize his life. Continue reading Anthony Bourdain Scholarship Being Started By Culinary Institute of America
A couple of weeks after the tragic death of Anthony Bourdain a bill was proposed in New Jersey to create a Bourdain Food Trail.
On June 13 the Anthony Bourdain Food Trail debuted at Hiram’s Roadstand in Fort Lee, NJ. Continue reading New Jersey’s Anthony Bourdain Food Trail Officially Debuts
While doing some research related to places to dine in Barcelona, I came across Pinotxo bar (Pinocchio) thanks to Travel Channel.
Travel Channel listed Pinotxo Bar as a favorite of Anthony Bourdain so I immediately added it to my list. (We attempted to go to one other restaurant which made the list but failed…)
Pinotxo Bar is located in the famous Boqueria Market, the most famous market in Barcelona. Continue reading Anthony Bourdain Recommended: Pinotxo Bar- Barcelona, Spain