Anthony Bourdain in Ireland:
The Complete Country Guide
Fields of verdant green and dramatic cliffs. Pints of deepest ruby red. Fiddle and guitar music, spilling out from a warmly lit pub. Ireland is a beautiful, comfortable country that welcomes visitors with warm smiles, a familiar language, and a host of delicious dishes borne from a culture that is distinct despite its similarity to neighbors like England and the rest of the United Kingdom...
Anthony Bourdain in Belfast: 3 Spots Where Tony Ate
When most people plan a trip to Ireland, they forget that the island is actually two countries: Ireland in the south, and Northern Ireland in the north (naturally!). It has been 100 years since this single island became two nations, and for most of that time, it hasn't been easy or prosperous on either side. While Belfast was originally more economically successful (and thus Northern Ireland was kept as part of the United Kingdom), this heavy-industrial city struggled to develop in more recent decades...
Slattery’s Bar Dublin Review:
Irish Breakfast Like Bourdain
"I love that this place hasn't changed at all," I said to my husband as we sat at our two-top table in a corner of Slattery's Bar in Dublin, awaiting a much-needed plate of starch, protein, and a few tomatoes thrown on top. The hidden subtext was, of course, that it hasn't changed since Anthony Bourdain visited back in 2012; some places become so popular that they lose the soul of what they are and do best. But not Slattery's...
Anthony Bourdain in Dublin: 15 Spots Where Tony Ate
When I say Ireland, what comes to mind? Green fields, pots of gold, and may a good pint of rich ruby red Guinness? If you're Anthony Bourdain, that Guinness is the first thing that comes to mind, and all the rest is just meals and sights and great conversations that fall in between pints...