Chefs similar to or like Anthony Bourdain

American celebrity chef, author, and travel documentarian who starred in programs focusing on the exploration of international culture, cuisine, and the human condition. Wikipedia

  • Michael Chiarello

    American celebrity chef specializing in Italian-influenced California cuisine. He hosts the cooking show, Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello, on the Food Network and hosts NapaStyle on the Fine Living Network. Wikipedia

  • American celebrity chef, restaurateur and cookbook author. Born in Waterbury, Connecticut. Wikipedia

  • Matthew Kenney

    American celebrity chef, entrepreneur, author, and educator specializing in plant-based cuisine. Author of 12 cookbooks and is the founder of the companies Matthew Kenney Cuisine and Matthew Kenney Culinary, a plant-based diet education and wellness business offering courses in several Wikipedia

  • Michael Mina

    American celebrity chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author. Founder of the Mina Group, a restaurant management company operating over 40 restaurants worldwide. Wikipedia

  • American chef specializing in Southern cuisine. Originally from Pound in rural southwest Virginia. Wikipedia

  • Aarón Sanchez

    Award-winning celebrity chef, restaurateur, television personality, cookbook author and philanthropist of Mexican descent. Executive chef and part-owner of the Mexican restaurant Johnny Sánchez in New Orleans. Wikipedia

  • Michael Symon

    American chef, restaurateur, television personality, and author. Of Greek and Sicilian descent. Wikipedia

  • Andy Ricker

    American chef, restaurateur and cookery writer, known for his skill and expertise in northern Thai cuisine. Teenager, he accumulated culinary knowledge whilst backpacking and working and staging in restaurants in countries such as New Zealand, Australia and Thailand, and at Raymond Blanc's Michelin star restaurant Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons near Oxford, England. Wikipedia

  • American celebrity chef and restaurateur. He has founded the Schulson Collective of restaurants involving Japanese gastropub Izakaya, the Double Knot Restaurant, the Graffiti Bar, the Independence Beer Garden, Sampan, Harp & Crown, Guiseppe & Sons and other prominent restaurants. Wikipedia

  • American celebrity chef, cookbook author, and authority on Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine. Groff authored six cookbooks focusing on Pennsylvania Dutch foods, including "Good Earth and Country Cooking," which Time Magazine called "one of the top five regional cookbooks introduced in 1981." Wikipedia

  • Alfred Portale

    American chef, author and restaurateur known as a pioneer in the New American cuisine movement. After graduating top of his class from the Culinary Institute of America in 1981, Portale became the chef at Gotham Bar and Grill in 1985 and took it to new heights with his beautiful plating and insistence on high quality ingredients. Wikipedia

  • Marcus Samuelsson

    Ethiopian Swedish chef and restaurateur. Head chef of Red Rooster in Harlem, New York. Wikipedia

  • Éric Ripert

    French chef, author and television personality specializing in modern French cuisine and noted for his work with seafood. Ripert's flagship restaurant, Le Bernardin, located in New York City, has been ranked among the best restaurants in the world by culinary magazines and currently ranks No.17 on the annual list of "The World's 50 Best Restaurants". Wikipedia

  • Bobby Flay

    American celebrity chef, restaurateur, and reality television personality. Owner and executive chef of several restaurants: Mesa Grill in Las Vegas; Bar Americain in New York and at Mohegan Sun; Bobby Flay Steak in Atlantic City; Gato in New York, and Bobby's Burger Palace in 19 locations across 11 states. Wikipedia

  • Tom Colicchio

    American celebrity chef. He co-founded the Gramercy Tavern in New York City, and formerly served as a co-owner and as the executive chef. Wikipedia

  • Richard Blais

    American chef, television personality, restaurateur and author. Known for his take on classic American cuisine. Wikipedia

  • American celebrity chef based in Philadelphia. The executive chef at Lacroix in the famed Rittenhouse Hotel until December 9, 2008. Wikipedia

  • Geoffrey Zakarian

    American chef, restaurateur, television personality and author. Executive chef of several restaurants in New York City, Atlantic City and Miami. Wikipedia

  • Robert Irvine

    English celebrity chef and talk show host who has appeared on and hosted a variety of Food Network programs including Dinner: Impossible, Worst Cooks in America, Restaurant: Impossible, A Hero's Welcome, Operation Restaurant, All-Star Academy, Guy's Grocery Games, Chopped: Impossible and Restaurant Express. Irvine currently operates one restaurant, entitled Robert Irvine's Public House, at the Tropicana resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. Wikipedia

  • Mario Batali

    American chef, writer, restaurateur, and media personality. Batali formerly co-owned restaurants in New York City; Las Vegas; Los Angeles and Newport Beach, California; Boston; Singapore; Westport, Connecticut; and New Haven, Connecticut. Wikipedia

  • Lidia Bastianich

    Italian-American celebrity chef, television host, author, and restaurateur. Specializing in Italian and Italian-American cuisine, Bastianich has been a regular contributor to public television cooking shows since 1998. Wikipedia

  • American restaurateur, television personality, and celebrity chef. Tsai's restaurants have focused on East-West fusion cuisine, and have included major stakes in Blue Ginger in Wellesley, Massachusetts (a Zagat and James Beard-recognized establishment) from 1998 to 2017, and Blue Dragon in the Fort Point Channel area of Boston (a Zagat-recognized tapas-style gastropub named in Esquire Magazine "Best New Restaurants 2013"). Wikipedia

  • Curtis Stone

    Australian celebrity chef, author and television personality, nicknamed "The Quiet Terminator" by fans following his performance on The Celebrity Apprentice 3. He has been advertising groceries for Coles Supermarkets in Australia since 2010. Wikipedia

  • Anne Burrell

    American chef, television personality, and former instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education. Host of the Food Network show Secrets of a Restaurant Chef and co-host of Worst Cooks in America. Wikipedia

  • American chef, cookbook author and television personality. Article for The New York Times, Kim Severson described Moulton as "one of the nation’s most enduring recipe writers and cooking teachers...and a dean of food television and magazines." Wikipedia

  • American celebrity chef, entrepreneur, as well as host and creator of #ChefOnTour with Charles Webb a travel and food web series. Raised in San Antonio, Texas, as an only child. Wikipedia

  • American chef, restaurateur and cookbook author. Yard has served as a chef in several Wolfgang Puck restaurants, including Spago, Rainbow Room and Tribeca Grill. Wikipedia

  • Ramin Ganeshram

    American journalist, chef and cookbook author who writes about American and Caribbean foodways and culinary culture. Known for her specialized knowledge of Trinidad & Tobago cuisine and for her work in food history and polycultural American food experiences. Wikipedia

  • Rick Bayless

    American chef and restaurateur who specializes in traditional Mexican cuisine with modern interpretations. Widely known for his PBS series Mexico: One Plate at a Time. Wikipedia

  • Emeril Lagasse

    American celebrity chef, restaurateur, television personality, cookbook author, and National Best Recipe award winner for his ‘Turkey and Hot Sausage Chili’ recipe in 2003. Regional James Beard Award winner, known for his mastery of Creole and Cajun cuisine and his self-developed "New New Orleans" style. Wikipedia


Sentences forAnthony Bourdain

  • In 2007, Ruhlman collaborated with Anthony Bourdain, to do an episode of his Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations focusing on Cleveland's restaurant scene.Cleveland-Wikipedia
  • Argento denied the allegations, claiming that she never had a sexual encounter with Bennett and that when he made a request for money to her, her partner Anthony Bourdain paid him to avoid negative publicity.Asia Argento-Wikipedia
  • In the summer of 2016–17, Anthony Bourdain filmed part of an episode of his television show Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown at the station.Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station-Wikipedia
  • Some stars appear as themselves, or portray fictionalized caricatures of themselves, such as Slater, Kenny Loggins, as well as the late Anthony Bourdain and Burt Reynolds.Archer (2009 TV series)-Wikipedia
  • In September 2005, Fox debuted the sitcom Kitchen Confidential, based on a memoir by chef Anthony Bourdain, with Cooper in the leading role.Bradley Cooper-Wikipedia
  • He also provided the theme song to Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1, formerly known as Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and collaborated with Mark Lanegan to provide the theme music for Anthony Bourdain's travel show Parts Unknown.Josh Homme-Wikipedia
  • Anthony Bourdain, the host chef of Travel Channel's Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, wrote in April 2005: "...everything is used – and nothing wasted in Vietnam."Vietnamese cuisine-Wikipedia
  • In early 2017, it was reported by several Italian news sources that Argento was in a relationship with celebrity chef and host of Parts Unknown Anthony Bourdain.Asia Argento-Wikipedia
  • In 2017 he accused Anthony Bourdain of promoting white genocide.David Duke-Wikipedia
  • Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain commented in 2011 that he "would think twice before telling an already obese nation that it's OK to eat food that is killing us".Paula Deen-Wikipedia
  • In a 2017 episode of his show Parts Unknown, American chef Anthony Bourdain visited several Queens eateries, profiling Evelia Coyotzi, who sells tamales in a street cart on Junction Boulevard, the border between Jackson Heights and neighboring Corona.Jackson Heights, Queens-Wikipedia
  • In it, host Anthony Bourdain visits various countries and cities, and places within the U.S., where he explores local culture and cuisine.Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations-Wikipedia
  • Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain also features an in-depth discussion of the author's education at the CIA.The Culinary Institute of America-Wikipedia
  • In the TV show Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, he takes a trip through Edinburgh with writer/cook Anthony Bourdain.Ian Rankin-Wikipedia
  • The 2008 inductees were Dan Barber, Anthony Bourdain, Nancy Oakes, Russ Parsons, Zanne Early Stewart, and Steve Sullivan.James Beard Foundation Award-Wikipedia
  • In August 2007, Pekar was featured on the Cleveland episode of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations with host Anthony Bourdain.Harvey Pekar-Wikipedia
  • Lagasse's scene was written by fellow chef (and Treme writer) Anthony Bourdain, who stated afterward that writing the scene was "a dream" for him because it showed a sadder, more burdened side of Lagasse, which existed in real life but was rarely shown in his television appearances.Emeril Lagasse-Wikipedia
  • Other non-musical celebrity guests to have appeared include Jason Bateman, Andy Samberg, Sarah Silverman, Laila Ali, Bill Hader, and Anthony Bourdain.Yo Gabba Gabba!-Wikipedia
  • The Blues Explosion recorded the theme tune for Anthony Bourdain series No Reservations broadcast on The Travel Channel in 2005.Jon Spencer Blues Explosion-Wikipedia
  • Lawson travelled to the United States in 2013 and starred alongside Anthony Bourdain in the reality cooking show The Taste.Nigella Lawson-Wikipedia
  • In 2004, he co-starred in his first ABC Family movie, Celeste in the City. The following year, he returned to Fox as part of the cast of Kitchen Confidential, based on the book by chef Anthony Bourdain.Nicholas Brendon-Wikipedia
  • Parts Unknown concluded after the 2018 suicide death of its host Anthony Bourdain; CNN announced several new miniseries and docuseries for 2019, including American Style (a miniseries produced by the digital media company Vox Media), The Redemption Project with Van Jones, Chasing Life with Sanjay Gupta, Tricky Dick (a miniseries chronicling Richard Nixon), The Movies (a spin-off of the Hanks/Goetzman decades miniseries), and Once in a Great City: Detroit 1962-64.CNN-Wikipedia
  • TCM also features a monthly program block called the "TCM Guest Programmer", in which the host is joined by celebrity guests responsible for choosing that evening's films (examples of such programmers during 2012 include Jules Feiffer, Anthony Bourdain, Debra Winger, Ellen Barkin, Spike Lee, Regis Philbin and Jim Lehrer); an offshoot of this block featuring Turner Classic Movies employees aired during February 2011.Turner Classic Movies-Wikipedia
  • During this period, chef and writer Anthony Bourdain called the foundation "a kind of benevolent shakedown operation."James Beard-Wikipedia
  • Notable attendees who did not graduate from Vassar include professional chef and television personality Anthony Bourdain, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham, president of the Ford Foundation Susan Berresford, actresses Jane Fonda and Anne Hathaway, actor Justin Long, member of the Beastie Boys Mike D, Oscar-winning musician Mark Ronson, musician Rachael Yamagata, and writer Curtis Sittenfeld.Vassar College-Wikipedia
  • Men's Journal covers have included Jeremy Renner, Mark Wahlberg, Robert Downey Jr., Daniel Craig, Rafael Nadal, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anderson Cooper, Jimmy Fallon, Harrison Ford, Anthony Bourdain, Liam Neeson, JJ Watt, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.Men's Journal-Wikipedia
  • Anthony Bourdain brought international attention to local food available in hawker centres on his show, No Reservations.Singaporean cuisine-Wikipedia
  • He was a costar of the now-defunct Fox sitcom Kitchen Confidential based on Anthony Bourdain's best-selling book.John Cho-Wikipedia
  • Notable American restaurant chefs include Thomas Keller, Charlie Trotter, Grant Achatz, Alfred Portale, Paul Prudhomme, Paul Bertolli, Jonathan Waxman, Mark Peel, Frank Stitt, Alice Waters, Wolfgang Puck, Patrick O'Connell and celebrity chefs like Mario Batali, David Chang, Alton Brown, Emeril Lagasse, Cat Cora, Michael Symon, Bobby Flay, Ina Garten, Todd English, Anthony Bourdain, Guy Fieri, Colonel Sanders and Paula Deen.American cuisine-Wikipedia
  • Among others, it features cameo appearances by actress Margot Robbie, chef Anthony Bourdain, singer-songwriter Selena Gomez, and economist Richard Thaler, who break the fourth wall to explain concepts such as subprime mortgages and collateralized debt obligations as a meta-reference.The Big Short (film)-Wikipedia

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