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At the Table With Anthony Bourdain

Tonight a special featuring everyone's favorite bad-boy celebrity chef, Anthony Bourdain, airs on the Travel Channel (at 10 p.m. ET). The show's called At the Table with Anthony Bourdain and is a no-holds-barred dinner with four interesting guests. The No Reservations host will be dining with writer Bill Buford, bar owner Amy Sacco, Ted Allen, and magazine editor Chris Wilson. The dinner was cooked by Wylie Dufresne, in his New York City restaurant's kitchen wd-50.

I'm excited to check out what happens when these five impressionarios sit down to dine and wonder what Dufresne will cook up! How about you? Will you watch?

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WLadek WLadek 4 years
Got some people here that say this show smacks of "elitist foodie" (Not unlike Gwenyth Paltrow's show in Spain) What do you think about this?
WLadek WLadek 4 years
Anthony Bourdain is the snarkiest chef/host on TV. I will follow him anywhere.... Keep up the good work "Tony"!
kogarah54 kogarah54 7 years
I was really disappointed by this show. I usually enjoy Mr. Bordain's irreverent humor and self-deprecation. His attitude on this show was a shock. The suggestion that "non-celebrities" make poor patrons because they don't feel that they deserve to eat at five star or trendy restaurants and don't tip well is just insulting. There may be some people who feel that way, but I suggest that the majority of us go to these restaurants because enjoy food. Yes there are people out here who patronized Chez Panisse before the whole food movement and still patronize small restaurants owned by as yet unknown but talented chefs and by the way, we do tip well for good service and realize that waiters aren't responsible for the quality of the food! It isn't as though Les Halles was anything special or served anything innovative when you were the executive chef there.
dallastarzz dallastarzz 7 years
Oh this is on the DVR! I have to watch.
efrainc1 efrainc1 7 years
Mr Bourdaine is incredable. It would be such an honor to have a foodie like me sit at a table with him and learn all I can from him and others like him.
juraxell juraxell 7 years
This show was a joke! The panel were pretentious and privileged. Let's start with the Amy Sacco. She was so full of herself that it clouded the truth. Like "she" is going to wait in line outside a restaurant! And to ask her if she felt guilty about it! When she shows up it is like Moses was parting the Red Sea. Ted Allen would not tell the truth either. Believe me he has seen and done the most indescribable lewd acts imaginable in a restaurant or bar. And the grandpa writer character guy, hmmmm? Is it strange to have kids when your age is in the 70's? By the time the kids are in high school he will be almost 90. Selfish people do strange things. He will just pay someone to teach them how to throw a football. And lastly the page 6 writer. C'mon let's be real here. A gay guy with a hair lip has no clue about reality except for how he got his position and status. There is no way he shops and cooks his meals. He eats out more than 20 times a week, minimum. This panel was the biggest bunch of non hard working, non good moral, so far from reality bunch of prima donnas I have ever seen. The sad thing is that I think Anthony Bourdain is the most real, down to earth guy who has paid his dues. He even admitted feeling bad, when all these snobs lied. I have read his book and seen every episode of No Reservations. Take this little nugget of info from 39 year old who cooks, cleans, and is raising 4 boys ages from 2, 5, 16 and 18, and is married. Whose only debt in life is my house payment. No wonder this country is going down the toilet financially cause these snobs spend over a grand for dinner and then charge it. Like I said, WHAT A JOKE!!!! I will still be Anthony's biggest fan. Juraxell@live.com
marinewifey marinewifey 7 years
Definitely DVRing this show... but I do it to all his shows. Love to watch him.
stephsharer stephsharer 7 years
this kind of seems like a ripoff of after hours with daniel, which airs on MOJO. in fact, one episode of after hours was at wd-50.
allinavhcnerf allinavhcnerf 7 years
i can't wait to watch!
sabs sabs 7 years
i love anthony and wylie! i will definitely check it out, although i don't know if i'm hugely excited. anthony's lost some of his charm lately.
mtiger mtiger 7 years
I love the Travel Channel and I love Bourdain! I will definitely watch this!
anniekim anniekim 7 years
just set the Tivo
Kelliegrl Kelliegrl 7 years
Ted Allen is everywhere these days. I might check it out. I never watch anything on the Travel Channel might be a first though.
Food Food 7 years
I am soooo watching!
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
see i really don't care for bourdain since i think that he's kind of got this elitest attitude when it comes to food, but i like his company and i feel like he's including people in the dinner that would really pull me in. Ted Allen and Amy Sacco are both personalities that i can relate to and enjoy seeing, so if i'm home and i remember, i might tune in.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 7 years
Love Bourdain!
RosaDilia RosaDilia 7 years
A must watch. Love Anthony!!
mswender mswender 7 years
Yes! i love him!
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