At the start of his final tour with "No Reservations," Tony heads to Austin, TX, during South By Southwest: an international music, film and interactive festival. Tony looks to local chefs, BBQ Pit-masters ...Go to Episode
Chef and owner Bryce Gilmore (the man behind the Odd Duck Farm to Trailer) opened Barley Swine in 2010. Tony Bourdain and the band Ume experienced the restaurant’s forever-changing farm-to-table menu.
2024 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704
The band The Sword brought Tony to the Draught House, one of their favorite drinking establishments. When you arrive at the Draught House, the line to order a beer is usually out the door but it moves quickly.
4112 Medical Parkway, Austin, TX 78756
Tony met up with music legend and Austin native Alejandro Escovedo at El Azteca for a traditional Mexican lunch.
2600 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702
Anthony Bourdain and barbecue blogger Daniel Vaughn, aka BBQ Snob, waited patiently in line to eat at Franklin Barbecue -- one of the “best of the best” barbecue places in Texas.
900 E 11th St, Austin, TX 78702
Chef Bryce Gilmore of Barley Swine met Tony at this local bar for some beers before his night shift. Cheap beer and friendly bartenders, what more do you need?
2034 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704
Anthony Bourdain and barbecue blogger Daniel Vaughn visited John Mueller’s (Aaron Franklin’s old boss) BBQ trailer for his legendary pork steak and beef ribs.
1502 S First Street, Austin, TX 78704
Neon Indian’s frontman Alan Palomo brought Anthony Bourdain to one of his favorite late-night eateries for some sweets and dinner.
1924 S First Street, Austin, TX 78704
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