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Food & Drink Anthony Bourdain Fans Made A Memorial Outside His Former Restaurant

15:58  12 june  2018
15:58  12 june  2018 Source:   delish.com

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Fans visited both locations of the former restaurant to mourn Bourdain ’s death, placing People who visited the growing memorial posted close-up pictures of some of the messages on Twitter. RELATED: Padma Lakshmi, José Andrés and More of Anthony Bourdain ’s Close Friends Mourn His Death.

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Late chef Anthony Bourdain will be remembered for his many hats: food connoisseur, travel crusader, and honest storyteller. But before his days exploring exotic cuisine around the world onParts Unknown, he was the executive chef at New York's Brasserie Les Halles. In the wake of Bourdain's death, fans are flocking to the now-close restaurant to pay tribute.

image/jpeg © image/jpeg image/jpeg Bourdain, 61 was found dead Friday of an apparent suicide in France. During his early career, he worked behind the scenes in several kitchens and then eight years as executive chef at Les Halles. The iconic restaurant brought him to public fame because while there, he submitted an essay to the The New Yorker that revealed the darkest sides of the industry. Next, in 2000, he published his break-through memoir Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly.

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Anthony Bourdain Fans Turn the Late Chef's Former New York Restaurant Les Halles Into a Memorial . People who visited the growing memorial posted close-up pictures of some of the messages on Twitter.

Fans of Anthony Bourdain gave the deceased celebrity chef a special tribute on Saturday as a memorial was created outside the restaurants where he first got his start. Les Halles, which had two locations in New York City

Since Les Halles was a significant milestone in Bourdain's career, admirers have created a make-shift memorial there. At the location at 411 Park Avenue in New York, which closed its doors in 2016, mourners are laying down flowers, handwritten cards, and photos of Bourdain. Many left behind heartfelt notes on how the beloved chef touch them and gifted them new ways of looking at the world.

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"Thank you for what you gave to this world," one person wrote. "You have changed our lives forever."

Several have taken to Twitter to post the overflowing sidewalk outside both locations. 

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Anthony Bourdain 's fans gathered outside both locations of his old restaurant Brasserie Les Halles to remember him.They laid down flowers, cards, baguettes, and cigarettes. His fans wrote and talked about how Bourdain changed their lives and introduced them to new perspectives on the

RELATED: Anthony Bourdain Fans Turn the Late Chef’s Former New York Restaurant Les Halles Into a Memorial . Although Schillinger explained he hadn’t seen Bourdain in a couple of years, he knew the late chef and TV host from Les Halles, Bourdain ’s former restaurant in New York.

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Television host, author, and the former executive chef changed the way we see the world.Anthony Bourdain changed the way we travel. He passed away on June 8, 2018 in France. The following interview with National Geographic took place in 2015, and the article was updated from the previous version on June 8, 2018.

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