News went out via Zeitgeist's own newsletter last week that the great Anthony Bourdain was coming there on August 12 to shoot a new episode of his show The Layover. Now they say it was a false alarm (also, Tony...
The new Travel Channel show, 'The Layover,' features Bourdain and crew chilling in a single city, at its 'must-see' spots, for a day or two.
The show puts four chefs in a remote location/village and makes them cook for people using native ingredients.
You can also apply online.
He's called Jungle George, and he may be coming to a county fair near you.
The offal-loving chef might have gone a little far with the blood and guts.
See the menu for the $45 three-courser.
The Oakland chef popped up in New York on the 'Today' show this morning.
The Chicago chef just made an appearance in the Bay Area, talked about shooting the eighth season of his PBS show in Baja.
In five years, Forbes estimates he's built a business worth $50 million.
The 'Top Chef Masters' 'adversaries' won't be squaring off so much as they'll be tag-teaming a dinner this week in S.F.
The San Quentin inmate couldn't get their omelets out of his mind.
They're casting for their sixth season.
Aida Mollenkamp gives her top 11 foodie destination spots around the Bay.
This week's episode challenges the chefs to cook healthy meals for 'Biggest Loser' contestants.
"We can never tell if you're just stressed or if you're constipated ... "
Anthony Bourdain and pal Jose Andrés are in Spain, right now, and Tony's working the line at El Bulli for an episode of 'No Reservations.'
The show will drop in on Morimoto Wakiki, and the Iron Chef will sing.
Our sole S.F. chef representative on 'Top Chef Masters' will be hosting a viewing party Wednesday.