BRING ANTHONY BOURDAIN’S NEW COMIC BOOK TO LIFE

Bourdain Get JiroAnthony Bourdain’s new comic book, GET JIRO!, will hit bookstores on July 3rd. But we’re giving our customers a chance to win a comic book of their own before that date. Swing by one of Les Halles’ two locations (Park Ave. or Downtown) dressed as either Anthony Bourdain or one of his characters from GET JIRO. The first ten customers at each location to show their outstanding mimicry of Anthony or flare for GET JIRO will win themselves a comic book. Get creative and dress up!


FOOD NETWORK’S CHEF HUNTER AT LES HALLES DOWNTOWN

Chef Hunter Les HallesDiscover what happens when the break-out new show Chef Hunter stops into Les Halles’ downtown spot with an intense competition for two candidate chefs to run a dinner service. Les Halles’ proprietor Philippe Lajaunie and Corporate Chef Carlos Llaguno judge the contest and the winner will earn a job as Les Halles’ new Chef de Cuisine at the downtown location. Watch the full episode here!

Game on.


ANTHONY BOURDAIN TAKES MUNCHIES OUT TO EAT

Bourdain / MunchiesAnthony Bourdain of No Reservations fame takes Munchies on a brass-knuckled culinary tour of New York. He starts them off with amazing cured meats and cheese at Salumeria Rosi before heading to the distinguished Wakamba cocktail lounge. After a few beers to cleanse the palate, they ended the night with “one of the best pieces of meat we’ve ever had” at Bourdain’s old base of operations… you guessed it: Brasserie Les Halles.


NEW YORK TIMES – ANTHONY BOURDAIN’S NEW CNN SHOW –  By David Carr

Bourdain in New York Times

Michael K. Williams played Omar Little, the righteous stickup man in “The Wire,” and now plays Chalky White, the bootlegger on “Boardwalk Empire,” so he is a big deal in the Brooklyn housing projects where he grew up. Standing in Gloria’s 3, a Trinidadian restaurant in nearby Crown Heights last Thursday, he said he had fun running around his old neighborhood. But he added that it was the man he was with who created most of the fuss.

“All the little kids were running after him,” Mr. Williams said, indicating his lanky dining companion.

Anthony Bourdain tends to get noticed. The chef turned televised tour guide is macho but not overbearing, profane without being coarse, and tall and handsome. How handsome? I was at an outdoor social event with my wife some years ago when he passed by, and she was so transfixed by him that she walked into a bush. I hate him for that, but am unsurprised that his charmed life is about to add a new chapter.

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LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON

Anthony talks about moving his show to CNN and locations he’d like to visit and Jimmy asks about his new comic book, “Get Jiro!”

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ABC NEWS

ABC News recently took a closer look at Les Halles’ iconic chef-at-large, Anthony Bourdain. The star of the sensational hit TV show NO RESERVATIONS put his brash yet charismatic persona on display in an interview that reveals his political and activist side as well as his views about other chefs, over-eaters and underground noodle joints. Take a look!

ABC NEWS - Anthony Bordain


THE COLBERT REPORT

Les Halles’ Anthony Bourdain visited the Colbert Report recently and we’ve got the video of the great meeting of the minds. Bourdain talks about his plans to travel to Haiti and Cuba and his experience eating an ortolan (a small bird that is eaten whole). Check out this hilarious back-and-forth.

Anthony Bordain on Colbert Report


TE ATHE LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN

Anthony Bourdain stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman to compare his experiences with Singapore’s world-renown street food and New York City’s “fare”. Check out this hilarious clip from the interview!

Bourdain on David Letterman