Philadelphia, PA - Anthony Bourdain, will undoubtedly forever be considered as a Jersey, son. Bourdain devoted his life to journeying the globe and trying different cuisines, from around the world. That is why New Jersey Assemblyman Paul Moriarty suggested the creation of an official Anthony Bourdain Food Trail to the state travel and Tourism Division to pay respect the celebrity chef.
The Anthony Bourdain Food Trail in New Jersey
Chef Bourdain, was born in New York City but spent most of his childhood in Leonia NJ, sadly passed away as a result of suicide. The trail will memorialize the 10 eateries he checked out while filming in New Jersey during an episode of "Parts Unknown." Foodies from all over the world can now experience a taste of his childhood.
The restaurants trail includes:
- Tony & Ruth Steaks, 837 N. Eighth St., Camden
- Donkey’s Place, 1223 Haddon Ave., Camden
- James’ Salt Water Taffy, 1519 Boardwalk, Atlantic City
- Knife and Fork Inn, 3600 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City
- Dock’s Oyster House, 2405 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City
- Tony’s Baltimore Grill, 2800 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City
- Kubel’s, 28 W. Seventh St., Barnegat Light
- Hiram’s Roadstand, 1345 Palisade Ave., Fort Lee
- Lucille’s Country Cooking, 1496 Route 539, Barnegat
- Frank’s Deli, 1406 Main St., Asbury Park
The Anthony Bourdain Food Trail was recently approved by the New Jersey Legislature this past January. So, take a trip and follow the trail!