Last Call: Drinking ‘Round The World With Anthony Bourdain

The Travel Channel: Have you been hunting around for a perfect International Drinking Guide? Have no fear; The Travel Channel rounded up Anthony Bourdain’s favorite watering holes around the world from various episodes of No Reservations. Recommended for day-drinking.

GrubStreet: Why would any successful non-New York native chef ever open a restaurant in the most world’s volatile restaurant city, when it’s virtually guaranteed to fail, or, at best, make way less money than a successful resto in any other city? GrubStreet chased down some non-natives who struck gold in NYC (eg., Thomas Keller, Andy Ricker, and Danny Bowien) to find out.

New York Post: Oh did you think it was just Olympic gold medalists who get comped thousands of dollars worth of drinks and food at shmancy restaurants? No, no. Lowly US Open winners like Andy Murray get $5000 tabs waived, too.

Huffington Post: What’s on the secret menu of Guy Fieri’s new Times Square restaurant? Typos.

NPR: How can you tell if a Yelp! review is fake? Morning Edition will instruct you in the ways using a soft, lulling voice.

The Village Voice: At Guy’s American Kitchen and BarNick Greene goes searching for the soul of Guy Fieri in the bottom of a cup of pretzel-covered chicken tenders and fries.

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