Anthony Bourdain's "Parts Unknown" Episode on Massachusetts Airs Sunday, November 9, 2014
A well-known chef, author, and television host returns to the area with a new episode of his Emmy-winning TV show, and it will be focusing on more than just food and drink.
According to a post on BDCwire, Anthony Bourdain will be taking the CNN show "Parts Unknown" to Massachusetts this Sunday at 9:00 PM (EST), focusing in part on his beginnings in the culinary world as a worker in various Provincetown restaurants. The episode will also be looking at Bourdain's past problems with drug addiction, with a preview video showing him in a meeting with the Recover Project, a program in Greenfield that helps people in recovery from substance abuse and alcoholism. The sneak peek of the show can be seen below:
Parts Unknown Massachusetts Sneak Peek
In the spring of 2011, Bourdain brought his now-ended "No Reservations" show to Boston, with the focus being on lesser-known neighborhood hangouts such as Rondo's Sub Shop, Murphy's Law, the Galley Diner, the now-closed Quencher Tavern, and the L Street Tavern in South Boston as well as . The Snack Bar (also closed) in Cambridge and the Eire Pub in Dorchester.
The website for "Parts Unknown" can be found at http://www.cnn.com/video/shows/anthony-bourdain-parts-unknown/
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