A New Restaurant Trail Is Hitting The East Coast And Its Inspired By A Celebrity Chef
Anthony Bourdain is recognized as one of the most influential celebrity chefs in recent times. Though he was known for traveling the world in search of weird and wonderful deliveries, Bourdain actually hailed from New Jersey.
His home state is paying tribute to the food phenomenon who tragically passed away in June of 2018 by opening an “Anthony Bourdain Food Trail” in his memory.
Here’s a complete list of the restaurants on the trail:
- Kubel’s (Barnegat Light)
- Hiram’s Roadstand (Fort Lee)
- Tony & Ruth Steaks (Camden)
- Donkey’s Place (Camden)
- Lucille’s Country Cooking (Barnegat)
- Frank’s Deli (Asbury Park)
- James’ Salt Water Taffy (Atlantic City)
- Knife and Fork Inn (Atlantic City)
- Dock’s Oyster House (Atlantic City)
- Tony’s Baltimore Frill (Atlantic City)
Though you definitely don’t have to wait to follow Bourdain’s 2015 journey through New Jersey, the trail will be designated with an official map and plaques.
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