Our own Anthony Bourdain will bring his Guts & Glory tour to 11 cities this fall, starting on November 1. The internationally-renowned chef, author and host of No Reservations and The Layover will visit each city for one night only, sharing candid insights about his life’s work and travels, including an open question and answer session with the audience. We can’t wait to hear the questions you’ll have for him!

The “chef-at-large” at New York’s famed Brasserie Les Halles, Bourdain is the author of the bestselling Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly, a hysterical and sometimes shocking portrait of life in restaurant kitchens – as well as his newest work, the bestselling graphic novel Get JIRO!.

Tickets are selling out fast, so if you want to spend an evening with our favorite opinionated travel expert, grab yours today. We’re positive it’ll be an interesting night.

In addition to the 9 solo shows by Bourdain, Eric Ripert will join his friendly nemesis for 2 of their popular Good vs. Evil shows in Ft. Worth (November 9) and Houston (November 10).  Ripert is the chef and co-owner of New York City’s universally-acclaimed Le Bernardin. His new series, On the Table, premiered in July 2012 on YouTube’s Reserve Channel.

Additional information may be found at www.AnthonyBourdainonTour.com, on Facebook, or on Twitter.  Check the sites for more updates, as more dates will be announced in the coming weeks.

Tune in for the final season of No Reservations every Monday at 9|8c. And don’t miss the series finale of No Reservations, on Monday, Nov. 5, at 9|8c.

Anthony Bourdain’s 2012 Tour Schedule

November 1 — Birmingham, AL — UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center
November 2 — Memphis, TN — Orpheum Theater
November 3 — Nashville, TN – TPAC: Andrew Jackson Hall
November 7 – Kingsville, TX — Jones Auditorium
November 8 – San Antonio, TX — Laurie Auditorium
November 9 — Ft. Worth, TX — Bass Hall (with Eric Ripert)
November 10 — Houston, TX — Jones Hall for the Performing Arts (with Eric Ripert)
November 11 — Midwest City, OK — Rose State College Performing Arts Theatre
November 16 — Boston, MA — Symphony Hall
November 17 — Baltimore, MD — France-Merrick Performing Arts Center
November 18 — Dayton, OH — Schuster Center

More dates coming soon.

Will you be going? What questions will you throw his way? Let us know in the comments!


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11 Responses

  1. Ann says:

    When you coming to Dallas,TX?

  2. mallory says:

    Why not austin?

  3. Jennifer Woollard says:

    Please come closer to me. Pittsburgh, PA or maybe Columbus, Ohio. My husband and I love your show and will miss it when it ends. I would love to see you in person, but we need a closer venue…

  4. Lynn says:


  5. Lauren says:

    Dayton???? Dude, come to CLEVELAND!!!!

  6. RPM says:

    Fort Worth is too far to drive?

  7. Dianne says:

    Seattle please? We love you here, and I know a great taco truck!

  8. jennifer says:

    I hope you come back to the hampton roads area in Virginia. My question: whats next for you? what do you dream of these days?

  9. Tim Hurley says:

    Come back to Kingston!!

  10. jeff says:

    As a Republican I will not be attending any of your seminars or buying any of your books. I take offense to your stereotyping of people and having to endure your bullying. You spew your Liberal agenda disguised in a platform dedicated to travel and food. You didn't have the intestinal fortitude to bad mouth Republicans in front of Ted Nugent. In my opinion you are a punk a bully and a coward. I hope many other Republicans heard your comment on the Rio segment and feel the same.

  11. Zen says:

    Southern CA. Fish tacos and Mexican beer.

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