Now, we're all bourbon fans at The Braiser (and wine fans, and scotch fans, and beer fans, and [insert alcohol here] fans), and we're all fans of Ron Swanson, but this -- this is a pretty bad way to combine all three of those things.
Skydiving. Times Square on New Year's Eve. Stranded in the middle of the ocean. All places we'd rather be than in Amy's Baking Company, the infamous Kitchen Nightmares' restaurant that set off "an Internet firestorm." "Disneyworld for crazies" doesn't even describe this place fully -- and that's just thinking of the two co-owners, who were subject to another visit on the season premiere of Kitchen Nightmares.
Now that Parts Unknown has wrapped, Twitter is the best day-to-day source for Anthony Bourdainisms. He posts frequent updates on his rambling life, like when he’s having “glorious” reflexology in Singapore (“to be followed by soup dumplings”), and hilarious mealtimes, like “Breakfast: coffee, lipitor and my last Congolese painkiller.” We admittedly get wrapped up in the fun of following Tony through Jiu-Jitsu lessons at the hands of his “delicate flower” wife, forgetting that the loudmouthed chef/author/CNN food gypsy not only has over a decade of pen-pushing under his belt, but that he’s something of a social commenter.