The Anthony Bourdain Food Trail Kicks Off in Jersey
It's been about a year now since New Jersey TV Personality and Chef Anthony Bourdain took his own life while filming in France. Following Bourdain's death, there was a push to develop a "Food Trail" highlighting eateries that Bourdain loved here in the Garden State. According to a recent northjersey.com article, the food trail is the creation of Assemblyman Paul Moriarty (D-Gloucester), Assemblywoman Carol Murphy (D-Burlington), and Assemblywoman Angela McKnight (D-Hudson).
The Trail kicks off today and Friday with Bourdain's Brother Chris attending in Fort Lee along with other dignitaries elsewhere. Several stops are right here in Ocean & Monmouth Counties.
Thursday, June 13th:
- 10:30 a.m., Hiram’s Roadstand, 1345 Palisade Ave. in Fort Lee
- 2 p.m., Frank's Deli, 1406 Main St. in Asbury Park
- 4 p.m., Lucille's Country Cooking, 1496 Main St. in Barnegat (Warren Grove)
- 5 p.m., Kubel's, 28 W. 7th St. in Barnegat Light
Friday, June 14th:
- 11 a.m., James' Salt Water Taffy, 1519 Boardwalk in Atlantic City
- 2 p.m. at Donkey's Place, 1223 Haddon Ave. in Camden
Anthony Bourdain grew up in Bergen County's Leonia and summered on Long Beach Island.