Tony loves the energy and edginess of big cities. He sets off on "some unfinished business" in Chicago.
Tony heads to Mexico with Carlos, who took over Tony's old job as head chef at Les Halles. Carlos gives Tony a tour of his hometown of Puebla and nearby Mexico City.
Tony's mission is to avoid Venice's tourist traps and to discover the city as it's experienced by locals. Venice is a city filled with ancient monuments, sprawling palazzos, quaint cafes and vibrant markets.
Having worked in kitchens alongside generations of Azorean Portuguese immigrants, Tony decides it's time to find out more about their motherland. He visits 3 different islands on his journey.
Tony visits the Philippines, the "Land of the Lechon." He stops in Manila, which is a diverse combination of Spanish and Chinese cultures.
Tony teams up with some notable guests to visit some the quintessential Manhattan restaurants -- before they disappear completely.
Tony presents a XXX selection of all that's lip-smacking and luscious in the world of food. For hardcore viewers only.
Sri Lankan cuisine has been influenced by the Portuguese, Dutch, British, Indian, Arab, Malay and Moors. Tony experiences this cuisine in Colombo and the surrounding area.
Vietnam is a clash of cultures mixed with a hectic urban pace and people who are serious about eating. Tony decides to relocate for a year to write the great Vietnamese novel.
In the bleak mid-winter, and with his trusty sidekick Zamir along for the ride, Tony travels to the heart and soul of America's rust belt with stops in Baltimore, Detroit and Buffalo.
Melbourne, known as Australia's cultural capital, is a melting pot of cultures, and Tony is off to discover what makes it so special.
Tony usually finds the most authentic food in a country or village is what is sold by local merchants from carts in an outdoor market or roadside stands.
Tony Bourdain knows the jungles of Malaysia better than what's just outside his Manhattan... and he enlists some locals to help him explore NYC's five boroughs. There's no better way to discover the cultures of a city than to sample the ethnic cuisines.
Chile's cuisine reflects its topographical diversity. Tony not only samples this delicious cuisine but also does some exploring in this land of extremes.
Based on the results of our online poll, Tony answers the Top 10 viewer queries in Burning Questions. You'll be surprised, terrified, disgusted and thoroughly entertained!
San Francisco is a city of districts and contradictions, each one with its own quirks and flavors. Between Chinatown, Haight-Ashbury and Fisherman's Wharf, Tony really can't go wrong
Thai cuisine blends 5 fundamental flavors: sweet, spicy, sour, bitter and salty. To experience each of these tastes, Tony explores the bustling streets of Bangkok and immerses himself in the culture.
As he explores the nature of obsession, Anthony Bourdain meets food-obsessed individuals encapsulating the beautiful and often eccentric results devotion has on one's life.
Tony visits Sardinia, his wife's homeland, and gets a lesson in what it means to be Sardinian. Tony learns that Sardinia really is its own country with a strong island mentality.
Tony explores the snow-capped mountains, majestic big skies, winding rivers and roaming cattle of Livingston, Montana, once was an inspiration for adventurous Americans and locals alike.
Provence's simplistic lifestyle and approach to food is one of its most captivating and salient qualities. Tony becomes enamored with its culture and cuisine, stressing fresh and superior ingredients like wine, cheese, bread and beautiful cuts of meat.
Brittany's reputation as one of France's most alluring culinary corners has lured Anthony Bourdain here to uncover its succulent secrets.