Tony indulges in smelly cheeses at Melrose Market, checks out the aerial view of the city from a seaplane and gets a not-so-family-friendly tour of Seattle's historical underbelly.
"A nice stroll through Seattle’s waterfront en route to breakfast." – Anthony Bourdain
Tony samples some of Washington’s local, artisanal cheese at Seattle’s Melrose Market.
At Calf and Kid, Tony samples local cheeses. Runny, gooey, blue … you name it, he tries it.
"A beautiful dinner at Canlis with local chefs Matt Dillion and Renee Erickson." - Anthony Bourdain
A Dungeness crab, avocado and cheese breakfast sandwich from Seatown.
"Look Ma! Just like the Beatles! I got to fish out the window at the legendary Edgewater Hotel." – Anthony Bourdain
In Seattle, Tony stays in the same room the Beatles used at the Edgewater Hotel on their first American tour.
"Sampled some local seafood at Walrus and the Carpenter with chef Tom Douglas." – Anthony Bourdain
Tony has dinner at Canlis – one of the few jacket-required restaurants in a normally dressed-down city.
"Some of the most authentic and adventurous food outside of Vietnam is in… Seattle!" – Anthony Bourdain
"Reading about all the serial killers from Seattle at the Edgewater Hotel." – Anthony Bourdain
Tony takes the Underworld Tour in Seattle – a not-so-family-friendly tour of some of the city’s lesser-known history.
"These would come in quite handy in New York City." – Anthony Bourdain
The nasty bits.