You’ve seen him on the Travel Channel as the host of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, but now you can see the American author and chef live and in person when he makes a pit stop in Raleigh during his 2010 tour, No Reservations: An Evening with Anthony Bourdain.

On November 13th, Tony will entertain on stage at the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts.  During his live appearance, the controversial and opinionated host will tell the comical, interesting and sometimes astounding stories behind all of his travels, books, life, and, of course, his hit show.

Sometimes referred to as “the bad boy of cuisine” for his edgy look and bluntly honest critique of the world of cuisine, Tony is sure to put on a wildly entertaining show.  He’ll even be taking questions from the Raleigh audience! He is currently a chef-at-large with a home base at Brasserie Les Halles.

For more information about this delicious show, or to buy your tickets online, visit this site.  This is sure to be a great time for anyone and everyone who enjoys life as a culinary adventure.