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Best of BourdainTV-PGClosed Captioning

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Description

It’s not every show that makes it to 100 episodes. To celebrate five amazing years of his Emmy-winning series, Anthony Bourdain has handpicked his favorite No Reservations episodes for this special collection, including descriptions penned by Tony himself and a bonus special in which Tony and his crew dish about their most memorable moments, cinematic influences and more. Discover why Bourdain remains the best and boldest after all these years.

Customer Reviews

Anthony keeps it real!

For the most part, all of the shows are great due to Tony's straight forward way of speaking to his viewers. I met him while working security at the Wynn when we opened it and asked him how come no more new episodes on that other network. His response was he was making another show on Travel Channel. Let me tel you, his shows just like his personality doesn't miss, hits you right on target. Keep up the great work Tony
John Navan

Great as a Gift

I already own every season so this really doesnt do much for me, it would make a great gift to someone who loves to travel/eat.
Best show on TV period.

Spain

I was so happy to find this episode of Anthony Bourdains, show.
I downloaded it immediately and now I can show my relatives the show.

I saw this episode a couple of years ago. I did not hear any of the names of the people who's restaurant he was in in San Sebastian.
I remember vividly that the man looked like my grandfather and also my father, I started to laugh a little because of the resemblance Juan Marie, had to my deceased relatives.

It was then that Mr. Bourdains, said their last name "Arzak", also spelled "Arzac". You see the reason the man looked so familiar to me is because we are related. I live in the U.S. and my name is spelled with the "c". This was quite a surprise, as my last name is not a common one, so I thank Mr. Bourdains, for doing the show and now I have it per mantels.

C. Arzac
From Utah.