Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown is an American travel and food show on CNN which premiered on April 14, 2013. This time I sure hope he hopped aboard Anthony Murad’s boat to suss out his floating gardens of Yolcan, a cool organic farming initiative made to help local farmers grow and sell vegetables to the city’s burgeoning population. Last time Bourdain was in this part of the city of Xochimilco, he sailed in a trajineras down the Aztec-old canals to the Island of Dolls (Isla de Las Munecas). Season 1; Season 2; Season 3; Season 4; Season 5; Season 6; Season 7; Season 8; Season 9; Season 10 ; Season 11; Season 12 (83) IMDb 8.8 2014 12 Seasons 7+ Join the Emmy and Peabody Award winning Anthony Bourdain as he returns for incredible adventures to all new destinations, including trips to Brazil, Las Vegas and Russia.

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The show won twelve Primetime Emmy Awards out of 31 nominations, as well as a 2013 Peabody Award. Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations; episodes; 500 # ... Pinterest; Facebook; Twitter; Email; Season 5, Episode 2. Showing all 1 items Jump to: Summaries (1) Summaries. Addressing the latter issue, Bourdain talks with journalist Anabel Hernandez on the impact of the area's drug trade-related violence. On TV .

In the show, Anthony Bourdain travels the world uncovering lesser-known places and exploring their cultures and cuisine. Chicago. Bourdain travels to Mexico City, Oaxaca, and Cuernavaca to commune with local residents who express their passion through food, art, and the struggle for an improved quality of life. See Tune-In Times. Venice. Genres … Carlos gives Tony a tour of his hometown of Puebla and nearby Mexico City. Tony heads to Mexico with Carlos, who took over Tony's old job as head chef at Les Halles. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (TV Series) Mexico City (2014) Plot. Mexico 2. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown Season 3 Episode 4: Mexico City Summary: Bourdain travels to Mexico City, Oaxaca, and Cuernavaca to commune with local residents who express their passion through food, art, and the struggle for an improved quality of life.