The Layover

The Layover

Season 1 Tony's Favorite Places, From Five Stars to Dive Bars

DVD - 2012
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When celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain travels around the globe, he doesn't spend his layover at the airport or hotel. Instead he explores the city he is in and makes the most of the short amount of time he has there. With The Layover, he shows viewers some of his favorite places in the U.S., Asia, and Europe while sharing tips and expertise that he has gathered as an experienced traveler.
Publisher: Louisville, CO : Gaiam Americas, Inc., 2012
ISBN: 9780766258501
Branch Call Number: DVD 910.4 LAY
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (430 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in


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Aug 17, 2017

Not his best series (it will always be impossible to best "No Reservations") ... but the Layover does have it's charm if you're a Bourdain fan. B+

LovelyMurrell Mar 29, 2015

I really like this show. Anthony Bourdain is blunt,crass, and a lot of fun. if straight from this hip talking and cussing is not your cuppa then you might not like this. But if you love folks who enjoy eating and colorful social commentary sit back a watch a few episodes

Crittercherub Sep 13, 2014

Does the world really need another rude, obnoxious, hateful guy on tv? I couldn't make it past the first episode. There would be some worthwhile info if you didn't have to get hate vomited all over you while you watch.

Aug 14, 2014

good concept and some great footage.....but,the host is unnecessary rude, crude and just obnoxious.....and not for effect.

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