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Anthony Bourdain Bids Farewell To 'No Reservations'
As befitting the finale of a show that had its beginnings in New York, the ever-"quotable Bourdain" will take viewers to Brooklyn, for an in-depth look at the borough's culinary and other subcultures.
Bye, Tony. It's been real. We'll miss you.
Check out the below video for a sneak peak of "Brooklyn," where Tony and actor Michael K. Williams scarf down some oxtail stew in Crown Heights.