OMG! It’s Anthony Bourdain!

What an evening!  Well worth the money I plopped down in February for these tickets.  It was a fantastic show (and of course he entered stage right with a beer in hand). Loved his opening Rachel Ray story!   I think some of our friends who went might have been offended, but who did they really think they were going to go see?  Personally, I thought it was pretty tame. 

After the show and a few beers.

But, suggestion to Bourdain’s management—please no question and answer session.  It simply lets the idiots from the city get up and expound on the most inane matters—mostly themselves.

I just started reading my autographed copy of his latest, Medium Raw, and I skipped to the Alice Waters chapter first.  Hilarious!

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