The last episode; Tony travels through Brooklyn with Talib Kweli; actors from The Wire; dines with Eric Ripert at Brooklyn Fare.
A visit to the Dominican Republic includes staples like empanadas, nearly frozen beer and fried salami with tostones.
San Francisco is a city of districts and each one has its own quirks and flavors.
A Haitian cemetery on the Day of the Dead; Halloween party in Transylvania with Zamir; heading to Iraq covered in body armor, prepped for minefields and death.
Drinking caipirinhas; pork sandwiches; stew of filet mignon cooked with garlic, onion, tomato, farofa and feijoada.
Lust over a simple plate of pasta in Rome; a display of wrath in N.Y.C.; sloth in Finland.
Jambon chablisienne and ham cooked in wine; Burgundy lamb.
Culatello; balsamic vinegar; Sangiovese wine; variety of cheeses.
Fresh seafood; charcuterie; Australian barbie.
Recording music in the Mojave Desert with Queens of the Stone Age; tutorial on making food porn; burning cocaine in Columbia.
A music festival that serves roasted pig, crawfish with sausage.
Tony discovers a rice and shrimp dish wrapped in a banana leaf; eating fresh snapper on Monkey Beach.
Anthony travels to Tijuana and the Baja Peninsula where he tries his first Mexican fish tacos.
Tony and musician Sami Yaffa take a liquored-up tour of the world's only pub tram and a bloody sauna and have a surprisingly exciting dinner with the mother of a cabbie.
Tony is invited to Cook It Raw where chefs mingle with their new dishes.
Lisbon's cultural and culinary renaissance amidst a struggle of financial crises with rising debt and unemployment.
Tony is treated to Mediterranean cuisine in Croatia.
Tony goes to Kansas City to look for the best barbeque and meets up with Dan and Patrick from The Black Keys.
Portuguese ruins, a volcano, a traditional birthday celebration and a seafood market in Mozambique.
Tony travels to Cajun Country to dine with some locals and eat at a crawfish boil to see what sets the bayou apart from the mainland.
Tony travels to the Kurdish region of Iraq and Turkey to talk with the locals and taste traditional cuisine.
Tony and Zamir go through a former top secret Soviet site, the ghost town of Chernobyl, drink and eat green borscht.
Exploring the High Desert of Southern California with Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age.
Tony cooks and dines with chef Ferran Adria on the coast of Spain.
Tony delves into true Italian food and culture by dining with a family and going to a wedding.
In Macau, Tony plays baccarat, kart races with a champion and dives off the world's highest bungee jump.
In a stadium filled with excited fans, Tony experiences baseball through the eyes of the Cuban spectator; Tony visits Robert Salas, who shows him some incredible pictures of Castro and the revolution.
A few weeks before the March earthquake and tsunami devastates Japan, Anthony explores the northern territory, Hokkaido.
Tony learns about the mob history of South Boston; Tony stumbles into a Southie boxing ring.
Finding a prehistoric delicacy, the pirarucu, in the Amazon.
Squirrel potpie; raccoon; venison.
Tony explores the real culture of Vienna.
Discovering the meaning of life in Nicaragua.
Anthony eats a bowl of Ka Tieu at a local food market in Cambodia; a translation error nearly leaves Anthony bald.
Visiting Haiti, which still shows damage from the 2010 earthquake.
Eating Spanish dishes including Jamon iberico and ox tails.
Tony explores the working class culture in Paris.
Anthony Bourdain reflects on the most memorable moments of the series, and the catastrophes viewers weren't supposed to see.
Completing an episode of the series.
Tony goes back to Beirut to see familiar faces and share meals discuss Lebanese culture.
Tony tastes the simple life of Rome, how it pertains to their food and keeps some secrets along the way.
Tony experiences the building boom that has taken place in Dubai, which is now a global city.
A documentary on Tony in the kitchen of Les Halles and his Kitchen Confidential book tour.
Tony enjoys street food while in Kerala.
Tony samples Liberia's traditional culinary offerings.
Tony visits American Heartland and the American food scene.
Tony samples local cuisine and explores the Caribbean lifestyle.
Tony serves up a steamy round of "food porn" with help from friends, including porn film actor Ron Jeremy.
Tony visits Maine to sample its food and culture.
Tony explains various ways chefs prepare cuisine, ranging from street food to world-class restaurants.
Tony explores the culture and cuisine of Vietnam's Central Highlands.
Anthony visits Provence, a region of France characterized by its impoverished history and the people's hard labor.
Tony savors stews, vegetables and dumplings influenced by Russian and Korean cuisine during a visit to the northeastern region of China formerly known as Manchuria.
Anthony talks to chefs and bloggers whose obsessive love for food drives them to noteworthy feats.
Tony samples simple stews, roasted meats, fresh fish and exotic fruits from Ecuador's eateries and street vendors.
Anthony explores the history and foods of the Hudson Valley in New York state.
Tony explores the 1,100-year history of Prague and the city's new culinary landscape with the help of local experts.
Anthony samples the cuisine of Brittany while exploring ancient cultures and modern influences that have shaped the region in France.
Anthony visits Istanbul, Turkey, a source of vibrant and diverse cultures and food.
Anthony visits Panama, a crossroads of cultures formerly ruled by a dictator.
Tony visits his wife's homeland, Sardinia, to explore the island's mountainous landscape, exotic cuisine and ancient traditions.
Tony enlists help from locals to explore New York City's five boroughs and ethnic cuisines.
Tony answers viewers' top 10 questions based on the results of an online poll.
Tony heads to the Rockies to explore the snow-capped mountains, majestic skies, winding rivers and roaming cattle of Livingston, Mont.
Tony travels the busy streets of Bangkok to explore the five fundamental flavors of Thai cuisine: sweet, spicy, sour, bitter and salty.
Street food forms a common thread through Tony's travels as he finds authentic local cuisine being sold by vendors from carts, outdoor markets and roadside stands.
Tony travels to America's Rust Belt during the bleak mid-winter, with stops in Baltimore, Detroit and Buffalo.
Tony tries to discover what makes Melbourne, Australia, special as a melting pot of cultures.
Chile's cuisine reflects its topographical diversity.
After Tony decides on a whim to relocate to Vietnam for a year to write a novel, a local chef/real estate agent helps him try to find the perfect property.
Tony tours Sri Lanka, where the cuisine has been influenced by Portuguese, Dutch, British, Indian, Arab, Malay and Moor traders; Colombo, a city perched on the coast; a culinary school built after the 2004 tsunami.
Tony and notable guests visit some of New York City's oldest and most classic restaurants that are struggling against the changing landscape of Manhattan.
Tony visits the Philippines, the "Land of the Lechon"; Manila's diverse combination of Spanish and Chinese cultures; delicacies of Pampanga.
An adult selection of foods.
Tony Bourdain travels to Chicago.
Anthony Bourdain samples interesting cuisine while visiting three Azorean islands.
Tony Bourdain explores Washington, D.C., a city of contrasts.
Tony visits the ancient monuments, palazzos, cafes and markets in Venice.
Tony receives a tour of Puebla and Mexico City from Les Halles head chef, Carlos.
Tony hosts a no holds barred dinner with four featured guests.
Highlights include some of the show's silliest, biggest and baddest moments.
Tony visits with Egyptian locals to get a taste for what it means to be Egyptian.
Exploring the intense, local culinary traditions of Spain.
Sushi, kendo and Japanese flower arranging in Tokyo.
Tony travels to the Southwest to serve up a slice of Americana.
Tony and his brother, Chris, are on a mission to connect with their family in Uruguay.
Tony and Danya Alhamrani explore the cuisine, culture and heritage of Saudi Arabia.
Unknown foods of Colombia; seafood in Cartagena; market workers in Cecilia; the island of Tierra Bomba; fried pig intestines and boiled pig ears.
Tony Bourdain finds himself in Laos, a land with picturesque landscapes and exotic cuisines.
Tony accepts the challenge to return to Les Halles for work during his old Tuesday double shift.
Even though Hawaii sits in the middle of the ocean, it has plenty of excitement to offer.
Tony helps his friend Zamir celebrate his 50th birthday in Romania, a country of vampire tales, Communist regimes and culinary history.
Tony Bourdain travels to the lesser-known Jamaica, a country of gang-torn streets, run-down fish shacks and political strife.
Traveling chef Anthony Bourdain visits Scotland and London to discover the local foods and culture.
Anthony Bourdain explores New Orleans.
Healthy diets in Greece.
The thriving film industry, gorgeous scenery and evolving food scene of Vancouver.
Anthony Bourdain travels to Berlin.
Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, and Indonesian cuisines have been adapted into plentiful, cheap, but exquisite foods in Singapore.
Tuscany in Italy.
The cuisine of South Carolina.
Tony explores the city of Buenes Aires. There he finds an exciting night life, delicious food, and friendly locals. From nightclubs to paragliding to cattle ranches, Tony experiences it all.
Hong Kong, China.
Tony gets a call from his old friend and nemesis Michael Ruhlman who convinces him to visit Cleveland, Ohio.
Tony arrives in French Polynesia to seek out its lesser-known attributes.
The city of Sao Paolo.
Chef Tony Bourdain sets off on a quest to rediscover why he loves New York City.
em Xangai, as pesquisas Tony para o bolinho perfeito e amostras das delícias da comida de rua local. Mais tarde, ele viaja para Yangcheng Lake, onde ele descobre Xangai caranguejo peludo.
The dignified and exciting cultures of Los Angeles.
Anthony Bourdain travels to Russia.
Anthony Bourdain visits Namibia.
Visiting the Pacific Northwest.
Anthony Bourdain travels to Ireland.
Within 24 hours of their arrival, Anthony and his crew are stuck in the middle of an intense and uncertain conflict in Lebanon.
Anthony documents a week in July 2006 when Bourdain and his crew were trapped in Beirut, Lebanon due to the Israel-Lebanon War.
Chef and author Anthony Bourdain visits the research laboratory of chef Ferran Adria.
Anthony is invited into the research laboratory of Ferran Adria.
Anthony experiences the cuisine and culture of Indonesia.
Tony explores Seoul, Korea.
Anthony travels to Kolkata and Mumbai to rediscover the magic of the beautiful lands.
Anthony heads to the desolate region of Rajasthan.
Southwest Texas bar and grill; nachos in Piedras Negras, Mexico; boat tour of the Rio Grande River; authentic meal in Monterrey, Mexico.
Tony visits an underground bar devoted to the fans of the local baseball team and relaxes at a sushi bar.
Tony and a native dine on roasted pig in Caicay, Puerto Rico.
Anthony Bourdain investigates Sweden.
Duck farm; foie gras; Montreal Culinary Institute; hockey.
Tony dines in Lima and meets members of a Peruvian Eseeja tribe in the jungle.
Tony explores Little Haiti; the Everglades; Club Deuce and Loco Taqueria.
Creole enclave of Little Haiti; subtropical preserves of the Everglades; South Beach.
Tony's culinary journey takes him to the main hubs of Asian cuisine, Japan and China; From Baseball in Japan to ear Cleaning in China.
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.
Guest lecture at Savour; countryside.
Tony dines at Jumanji; bellydancing club; local mosque.
Tony has four days to cover the best of chef-centric Las Vegas.
In Sicily, Tony eats tripe at a local frittola stand, a spleen sandwich with Sicily's President, and salt encrusted fish.
Anthony explores how Chinese influence has mixed with Malay, Indian, Nyonya and indigenous Borneo cultures in Malaysia.
Tony meets up with an old friend and goes on a trip through isolated villages and an island resort.
Dig deep to find the real Jersey identity.
Since Iceland only has four hours of daylight daily during winter, Tony checks out rumors that the darkness gives Icelanders an excuse to party the night away.
Parisian meat market; room where Oscar Wilde died; tour of an underground crypt.
Squirrel potpie, raccoon and venison; Tony and Ozark resident Daniel Woodrell go fishing.
Tony fights aches, pains and monkeys deep in the Amazon to find pirarucu.
Tony has a hallucinatory Christmas journey in which he meet Norah Jones, a vegan death metal chef, Samantha Brown and Christopher Walken.
Anthony shows Spanish culture and cuisine has more to offer than Ferran Adria.
Traveling chef Anthony Bourdain celebrates Labor Day and recalls some of his best travel moments.
The best moments of Season Two.
Tony and his friends plan a huge potluck holiday dinner.
Tony responde las 10 mejores preguntas de la audiencia basado en los resultados de las encuestas.
Tony explores Seoul, Korea.
Anthony realiza un viaje sentimental a través del Nueva Jersey de su juventud.
Restaurante y bar en el suroeste de Texas; nachos en Piedras Nigras; paseo en lancha en el Río Grande.
Los islandeses se enfrentan a la oscuridad del invierno.
Tony explica varias maneras que los chefs preparan sus platos, que van desde la comida de la calle hasta restaurantes de clase mundial.
Tony llega a la Polinesia Francesa para encontrar sus rasgos menos conocidos.
Para cumplir su hora tope, Tony tiene cuatro días para tratar la comida de Las Vegas.
The devastation after the deadly earthquake of January 2010 in Haiti.
Exploring the bayou culture; dining with two locals; an authentic crawfish boil.
Baseball through the eyes of a Cuban spectator; visiting Robert Salas.
The local food market in Cambodia with a bowl of Ka Tieu and an alleged translation error.