The host visits Quebec, where he samples local delicacies and tries his hand at ice fishing and beaver hunting.
A visit to Copenhagen includes a sampling of the city's cuisine and a look at local creativity.
Bourdain visits Glasgow, Scotland, and gets a lesson in knife defense techniques. Also: a trip to the Scottish Highlands to sample some deep-fried haggis.
Bourdain and chef Eric Ripert visit Marseille, France, to experience its stew of cultures and cuisines, and its array of Corsican cheeses.
Anthony Bourdain and chef Daniel Boulud visit Lyon, France.
Season 6 begins with an exploration of Cuba, including visits to Havana and the music mecca of Santiago.
The host researches his family history in Paraguay while sampling the country's culture and cuisine.
The host visits Andalusia, Spain, during the Semana Santa holy week.
Bourdain visits Miami and tastes cow foot soup in "Little Haiti," and gets a lesson in the sights and sounds of the city from Questlove, Willie Clarke and Iggy Pop.
Bourdain and Charleston, S.C., resident Bill Murray dine on traditional Gullah cuisine, oyster pie, and shrimp and grits.
Exploring Detroit's past, present and future.
Anthony visits Massachusetts.
Bourdain visits his home state of New Jersey with his brother Chris and enjoys fried hot dogs. Later, he goes to Atlantic City to take in the sights, sounds and good eats at the shore.
Anthony Bourdain travels to Iran and explores Tehran and Isfahan. Also: visits to Imam Square, the Borje Milad, mosques and caravanserai.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson and his wife Maya take Bourdain on a tour of Ethiopia to experience the nation beyond the headlines.
The host visits the Congo with author Tim Butcher ("Blood River: The Terrifying Journey Through the World's Most Dangerous Country").
The host samples Shanghai cuisine in the Season 4 premiere.
Anthony Bourdain visits Myanmar in the premiere of this series in which the noted chef explores the food and dining rituals of little-known areas of the world.
The Season 3 opener features a visit to Punjab, India, where the host samples items from roadside restaurants, a Sikh celebration and a community vegetarian eatery.
The noted chef explores the food and dining rituals of little-known areas of the world.
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