Anthony Bourdain Will Have a Food Trail Named After Him in New Jersey
The late chef, New Jersey native, and host of CNN's Parts Unknown will soon have a food trail created in his honor here in the Garden State.
Earlier this week, state assemblyman Paul Moriarty introduced a measure to create what will be known as the 'Anthony Bourdain Food Trail', Associated Press reports. During a 2015 episode of Parts Unknown, Bourdain featured about 10 New Jersey food establishments, but there's no word yet whether any of those eateries will be included on the trail.
Bourdain was born in New York City, but spent most of his childhood growing up in Leonia, New Jersey. He took his own life on June 8th at the age of 61.
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