Season 3 of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Premieres January 1st

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On a day most viewers have resolved to eat less, Bourdain unabashedly enters New Year's Day with a stiffened resolve to eat and experience anything and everything the world has to offer.

Welcoming both the luxurious and the raw, Bourdain spans the far reaches of the globe through a hand-picked and diverse itinerary in season three of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, premiering January 1 at 10PM (ET/PT). Over the course of his journeys, Bourdain takes viewers on engaging and entertaining treks through Ireland, Ghana, the Pacific Northwest, Namibia, Russia, Los Angeles, New York, Shanghai, Hong Kong, French Polynesia, Brazil, Argentina, Bavaria, Tuscany, and Papua, New Guinea.

Embodying the go-with-the-flow mentality of a truly seasoned explorer, Bourdain offers his honest and often biting observations all the while relishing the sights, smells, sounds, and, of course tastes that the world can serve up in a way that is unmistakably Bourdain. Whether sampling Copper River salmon and stewed pig's head outside of Portland, slurping a savory stew of beef tongue and goat meat at a Chop Bar in Ghana, numerous toasts of Russia's most potent potable, or suffering through an undecipherable mélange of meat, sand, and fur in Namibia, Bourdain routinely engages in culinary and libationary acts of derring-do as he immerses himself in cultures and quenches his passion for travel.

New episodes of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations run through February, and return again in August.

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations is produced by Zero Point Zero Productions for the Travel Channel. For Zero Point Zero, executive producer is Lydia Tenaglia. The executive producer for the Travel Channel is Myleeta Aga.

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