Host Anthony Bourdain comes out of the closet about his New Jersey roots and takes a sentimental journey through the New Jersey of his youth. Find out why the state can't shake its bad reputation, then dig deep to find the real Jersey identity.
A vicarious thrill ride as Tony discovers Vietnam from the buzzing streets of Hanoi to the rural beauty of the Montagnards, and the mysterious Island of Mr. Sang. This episode shows exactly why Tony has been completely seduced by Vietnam and its people.
In Sicily, Anthony Bourdain eats some tripe at a local frittola stand in II Capo Market, a spleen sandwich with Sicily's President, and salt encrusted fish. Later, Tony also debates where to get the best cannoli.
On assignment and with deadline looming for a major food magazine, Tony's got four days to cover the "very best" of the new chef-centric Las Vegas. He visits The Double Down, Bouchon, El Sombrero, Beauty Bar, Freemont Street and much more.
Anthony Bourdain is in for a wild trip as he journeys through Uzbekistan's capital, Tashkent, goes to a bellydancing club, gets to know the culture by visiting a local mosque, and shops for a wedding present. and more.
Tony Bourdain travels to Christ Church, New Zealand to give a guest lecture at Savour, an upscale food and wine convention. When he can't connect with his audience, he heads for the countryside to find the real Kiwi lifestyle.
Lights, camera, action! From Bill Murray to Snoop from The Wire, Tony gets to know these entertainers on a more casual level. He cooks an Italian feast with Christopher Walken and explores a tent city in Haiti with Sean Penn.