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.
Tony boozes his way through New Orleans with a massive frozen drink at New Orleans Original Daiquiris, cocktails at the Roosevelt Hotel and beers at a bar gently lit by Christmas lights.
During his 48-hour trip to Taipei, Tony searches for the “pork of his dreams,” eats on an abandoned bus and visits the world’s second-tallest building.
During his 36 hours in the ATL, Tony meets up with Alton Brown, has a drink with a legendary stripper, takes down a plate of BBQ and cruises the city in a muscle car.
Anthony Bourdain has 36 hours to sample as much of Dublin’s cuisine -- and have as many pints -- as he possibly can.
Anthony Bourdain has 30 hours to explore Toronto’s music scene and experience the incredible culinary diversity.
Anthony Bourdain has 36 hours to make the most of his trip to Sao Paulo. He has a plate of traditional feijoada, admires the work of street artists and nurses a hangover on his hotel’s rooftop.
Tony finally does Philadelphia -- 36 hours of food, drink, history, art … and absolutely no cheesesteaks.
Rather than wait in line at the Eiffel Tower, Anthony Bourdain decides to spend his time in Paris eating and drinking his way through the city at a leisurely pace – just like Parisians do.
With only 43 hours in the Windy City, Tony plans to use every second of it anywhere but in O'Hare Airport. Instead he cruises the city, sampling Chicago’s hot dogs and Italian beef.