Anthony Bourdain gets another word
The travel guide that Anthony Bourdain had been working on before his death will be made available to the public this year. The book, titled World Travel: An Irreverent Guide, was started by Bourdain and finished by colleague Laurie Woolever, who also co-authored his cookbook Appetites, according to People.
World Travel is a collection of Bourdain’s favorite places to visit, including advice on when to go, where to stay, and most importantly, what to eat once there. The guide is supplemented by anecdotes from friends, colleagues, family members, and people like legendary music producer Steve Albini.
People writes that in Bourdain’s lifetime, the New York native went through twelve passports, “visiting nearly 100 countries in the 250 days per year that he was on the road.” The book will go on sale October 13 but is currently available for pre-order.
In other news:
— The popular Shake Shack on 77th and Columbus is closing for six weeks of renovations to meet the digital needs of its customers. Expect kiosks, expanded pick-up and delivery areas, and the same lines as before.
— Baker Fany Gerson and chef Dany Mena have opened a pozole pop-up called La Polozeria in Gerson’s Greenwich Village paletas shop La Newyorkina.
— Flatiron restaurant Ferris, in the Made Hotel, is hosting a dinner series with a lush take on the Filipino communal feast, kamayan.
— I Love Panzerotti will open on St. Marks today serving panzerotti, the deep-fried, crescent-shaped dish from Apulia.
— The Brooklyn Eagle answers a question we didn’t know we needed the answer to: “What’s the oldest bar in Brooklyn?”
— Leave people’s bagel orders alone:
Not this trash again.— katie honan (@katie_honan) January 15, 2020
No bagel shaming. https://t.co/VlV9wjixH2