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June 5, 2012 11:53 am

Bourdain’s “No Reservations” Ends in Kosher Style

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Anthony Bourdain outside of Jay & Lloyd's Deli. Photo: Zero Point Zero Production/

Whether it’s Saudi Arabia, Cuba, or Las Vegas, Anthony Bourdain has taken his television show there to explore culture through food, but a kosher deli in Brooklyn will be featured as the last location for “No Reservations”, which has aired on the Travel Channel since 2005, following Bourdain’s announcement that he is moving to CNN to host a weekly talk show.

Jay & Lloyd’s Deli, which makes it’s own pastrami and corned beef, and has been in operation since 1993,  hosted Bourdain, who says his move to CNN is partly inspired by the network’s ability to place him in locations that are often off limits to journalists.

“We are all assuming a worldwide news organization can get us into locales we otherwise might have problems with. Libya. The Congo. Myanmar…Yemen,” he wrote on Twitter.

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