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Anthony Bourdain is the kind of chef/TV show personality who will show you the Montana hotel room where a former director went on a coke and shooting binge, and then go downstairs to tell you about the buffalo meat something he’s eating. Then other nights he ends up in the Tortilla Factory in Bushwick, food carts in gas stations in Vietnam, Hindu community centers in Queens, etc. He also gets bleeped out constantly. Basically, if you even remotely like food, you would like listening to Anthony Bourdain. Tomorrow night, you get your chance to do it in person. He’ll be signing copies of and reading from his new book, Medium Raw, about the current state of the restaurant industry at Barnes and Noble.

Anthony Bourdain Signing
Barnes and Noble
33 E 17th Street, between Broadway and Park Ave South [Manhattan]
Tuesday, June 8
7pm
FREE

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