The late Anthony Bourdain was born in NYC and spent most of his childhood in New Jersey. He came back to NJ often for his TV shows, and the ten restaurants that were featured are now officially part of the Anthony Bourdain Food Trail.

Dock’s Oyster House - 2405 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City
Donkey’s Place - 1223 Haddon Avenue, Camden
Frank’s Deli - 1406 Main Street, Asbury Park, NJ
Hiram’s Roadstand - 1345 Palisade Avenue, Fort Lee
James’ Salt Water Taffy - 1519 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ
Knife and Fork Inn - 3600 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City
Kubel’s - 28 W 7th Street, Barnegat Light
Lucille’s Country Cooking - 1496 Route 539, Barnegat
Tony’s Baltimore Grill - 2800 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City
Tony & Ruth Steaks - 837 N 8th Street, Camden

The state's Division of Travel and Tourism has yet to name a date for an official announcement, but the bill to honor Bourdain that was introduced by New Jersey Assemblyman Paul Moriarty was passed.