Anthony Bourdain's "No Reservations" Boston Episode to Be Shown Monday, April 18
A popular food-based show on the Travel Channel will be airing its Boston episode this coming Monday, and it looks like a number of local restaurants and watering holes will be featured, including a few in South Boston.
According to the channel's website, Anthony Bourdain's "No Reservations" will take a peek at the city on April 18 at 9:00 PM (EST), with a focus more on lesser-known neighborhood hangouts than popular eateries and touristy spots. The interactive map within the "No Reservations" section of the Travel Channel site indicates that Bourdain visits such South Boston places as Rondo's Sub Shop, Murphy's Law, the Galley Diner, the Quencher Tavern, and the L Street Tavern. Other spots that he checks out in the Boston area include The Snack Bar in Cambridge, Belle Isle Seafood in East Boston, Michael's Deli in Brookline, and Greenhills Bakery (not actually shown in the episode) and the Eire Pub in Dorchester.
In addition to the above restaurants and bars, Anthony Bourdain also heads to South Boston Candlepin and Peter Welch's Gym (both in Southie) as well as the Savin Hill Yacht Club in Dorchester. He also pays a visit to radio talk show host Howie Carr, and spends time at the Liberty Hotel in Boston, where he and his crew stayed.
For more information on the Boston episode of "No Reservations," please go to the link below.