Anthony Bourdain at Proctors

Anthony BourdainThe chef/author/traveler will be at Proctors November 15 -- which is a bit of a ways off. But tickets for the "No Reservations: An Evening with Anthony Bourdain" went on sale today. And judging from his last appearance in the Capital Region, this should be a popular event.

Bourdain, who was the chef at a French restaurant in NYC, originally rose to fame for his book Kitchen Confidential. More recently, he's been the host of a great travel TV show called No Reservations. And he's talked some smack about Rachael Ray (that didn't stop her from sending him a fruit basket, though).

Here's video of a Bourdain talk at Google, in which he said: "This celebrity chef scam is really working out."

Tickets for the Proctors event start at $20.

Yep, Proctors advertises on AOA. We're highlighting this because we think it'll be a good time

photo: Flickr user Neeta Lind

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Is it just me or does it appear that the tickets aren't on sale yet?

You can't get to the ticket ordering section throught the page for the event. You have to got to the ticket section and then search for the Bourdain event. I had the same problem this morning.

I ADORE HIM!! I am so there.

Oh, and it appears that he and Rachael Ray have officially called a truce.

i also freaking love anthony bourdain...i'm not sure how i feel about going to see him though, since i remember one episode where he talked about how much he hates doing these kinds of things. haha. i'd like to go out for a drink with him after the show, though. :P

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