Go behind-the-scenes with Tony Bourdain, Sean Penn the crew of No Reservations.
Cameraman Zach Zamboni films a hillside neighborhood in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Todd Liebler films the slow rebuilding process in Port-au-Prince.
No Reservations fixer for the Haiti show Handy Tibert, makes friends with a local.
Todd Liebler films the beautiful local art of Port-au-Prince.
Tony and Handy have chicken for dinner in Port-au-Prince.
A delicious fish dish is prepared at the Assiette Restaurant.
Skulls are used in a local artist's sculptures in Port-au-Prince.
Tony reads <i>The Comedians</i> on the deck at the Hotel Oloffson.
Zach Zamboni films inside the home of a local artist.
Delicious deep-fried chicken patties at Petionville Camp.
Producer Tom Vitale purchases a spooky little doll sculpture to add to his growing art collection.
Tony visits Haiti almost a year after the Caribbean nation was devastated by an earthquake in January 2010. While there he meets with actor and movie director Sean Penn at Petionville Camp, a tent city built by his relief group, J/P Haitian Relief Organization (shown here). While Tony was in Haiti, the country endured a cholera epidemic and a hurricane threat.
The gorgeous lobby of the Hotel Oloffson.