Anthony Bourdain sets off on a brand-new season of action-packed, food-filled layovers all over the world. Get a sneak peek at where season 2 will take him.
Tony enjoys a Savage Roll from Lolly and Cooks before heading to the airport in Dublin. The treat -- a different take on the traditional sausage rolls found all over the city -- has a cult-like following. For more, visit <a href="http://www.travelchannel.com/tv-shows/the-layover">The Layover's website.</a>
Tony waits for the EL (elevated) Train in Chicago.
Tony grabs a drink at Chicago’s Old Town Ale House with owner/blogger Bruce Cameron Elliott.
Emilio Mignucci of Di Bruno Bros. gives Tony a tour of the Italian Market in Philadelphia.
Tony at the Barnes Foundation, a newly-finished art museum in Philadelphia, with an incredible collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art.
Tony enjoying some Pappy Van Winkle at Stateside in Philadelphia.
Inside Di Bruno Bros., a deli/cheese shop in Philadelphia.
Tony reads his travel guide on the streets of Philadelphia.
Tony and his newfound friends enjoy some fried food at Roma's II in Dublin.
Tony and his friend, Paddy Daly, enjoy a pint at Gravediggers in Dublin.
Tony cures his hangover with some local oysters and Guinness at Matt the Thresher in Dublin.
Alex Atala and Tony at the Oscar Freire Market in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
Tony, Angela and Anatai go shrimp fishing just outside the city of Taipei.
Tony eating at the Fast Fry Bus with new friends Angela, Felix, Cadence and Anatai in Taipei.
Tony orders mango shaved ice on the side of the street in Taipei.
Tony visits Buttes Chaumont Park in Paris.
Tony eats a seafood tower at Le Dome in Paris.
Anthony Bourdain enjoys a porchetta sandwich with Scott Vivian, the owner and head chef at Beast restaurant in Toronto.
Tony, Donald Link and Steve Stryjewski have tacos and beers at one of New Orleans’ newest food trucks, Taceaux Loceaux.