A New Online Travel Guide for Food Lovers!

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Anthony Bourdain fans rejoice!  According to Conde Nast Traveler, he’s starting his own online travel guide, Explore Parts Unknown.”  There, you’ll be able to get details of the spots he visits on his popular TV show, “Parts Unknown.”

This is great news for foodies like me.  Because finding good food is Anthony Bourdain’s forte!  On the site, you can find information about countries like Colombia, Madagascar, India, Korea, and more.

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Here’s more about Anthony Bourdain’s new online travel guide.

Anthony Bourdain’s Online Travel Guide

Link:   Anthony Bourdain’s Explore Parts Unknown

If you love Anthony Bourdain, you’ll want to check out his new online travel guide, “Explore Parts Unknown.”  You’ll find details about the places he visits on his famous TV show, “Parts Unknown.”

Tips and information about each location are organized into 4 different categories including, “Eat”, “Drink”, “Know” and “Go”.  You’ll also find clips from the TV show, restaurant recommendations, recipes, and travel tips.

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“Explore Parts Unknown” Is Packed With Information on Cities All Over the World

It provides in-depth information that other guides don’t offer.  Especially regarding the history of local food and traditional dishes.

For example, you can find a recipe for chimichurri in the section on Buenos Aires.  Million Mile Secrets team member Meghan found chimichurri to be one of the BEST parts of a traditional Argentinian barbecue (or asado).  It’s a delicious, slightly spicy, salty sauce you can drizzle on almost anything.  You can even use it as a marinade!

Million Mile Secrets team member Scott is an Anthony Bourdain fan, and has gone to a few of his restaurant picks.

In Lisbon, Portugal, Scott had lunch at Cervejaria Ramiro, a meal he’ll always remember for the fresh flavor.  He chose lunch to avoid the dinner crowds!

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The Cervejaria Ramiro in Lisbon, Portugal, is Known for Its Incredibly Fresh Seafood Dishes

He’s also tried 2 of Anthony Bourdain’s restaurant recommendations in Queens, New York City.  He enjoyed the flavors of the food at the Hindu Temple Society of North America, that offers dishes in a very simple cafeteria.  And he liked the Korean seafood dishes (although he didn’t try the live octopus!) at Sik Gaek.

Scott would NOT call the 2 restaurants in Queens “must-eats,” but if you’re in the neighborhood, they’re definitely worth a try.

Tips for Planning Your Next Adventure

If you’re looking to plan a trip, check out my World Travel 101 series, with tips on planning, money, accommodations, and packing.

You can also read about how to get the most from your miles & points for Big Travel with Small Money.  And if you plan to eat out a lot during your travels (like Anthony Bourdain would do!), don’t forget to use a card that earns bonus miles, points, or cash back, at restaurants.

I’ve written about the best cash back cards for restaurant spending here.  And cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Sapphire Reserve, and AMEX Premier Rewards Gold, offer bonus points at restaurants, too.

Bottom Line

If you’re an Anthony Bourdain fan, you can now get more in-depth information on the spots he visits on his popular TV show, through his online travel guide, “Explore Parts Unknown.”

The site is filled with details about local restaurants, traditions, and recipes.  And even offers travel tips, like what to see and do, and when to visit.

Have you tried any of Anthony Bourdain’s favorite restaurants?

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