A layover in London, Tony's "home away from home," means catching up with chef friends Marco Pierre White and Fergus Henderson. He has just enough time for a few pints and a visit to a real-life little shop ...Go to Episode
Tony gets measured for handmade shoes by George Glasgow, the "main man" at Cleverley’s. The custom shoes are expensive but are expected to last a lifetime.
13 Royal Arcade, London W1S 4SL, UK
St. James Park
Tony and Marco Pierre White walk with Marco's dog through St. James Park, one of the oldest and most beautiful parks in London. The dog pulls Tony along and makes an inappropriate bathroom stop in the middle of the sidewalk.
St James's Park, London, SW1E 6, UK
Tony takes a commuter boat ride on the Thames.
64 Orchard Pl, London E14 0JY, UK
"Artisanal bakers, dedicated pork producers … every variety of delicious English food to stuff in your gob. Surrounding the market are some of the best specialty food shops in the country."
8 Southwark St, London SE1 1TL, UK
"For everything for the aspiring Goth."
Camden Town, London NW1 8AB, England
"Where everybody who loves cheese gets their cheese."
6 Park St, City of London
"If you’re considering visiting an ashram in India or Phish is getting back together."
288 Portobello Rd, London W10, UK
"For middle class antiquey, Banksy prints … that sort of (expletive)."
65 Brushfield St, London E1 6AA, UK
Viktor Wynd's has an ever-expanding collection of "little horrors." They even sell celebrity poop. The owner Suzette Field helps Tony find the perfect gift -- a mummified pig fetus.
11 Mare St, London E8 4RP