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Tracking Anthony Bourdain's Dining Moves Around Seattle

Where is/was that silver fox?

Anthony Bourdain
Anthony Bourdain
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The trip has been a brief one, folks. Anthony Bourdain, the host of CNN's popular show, Parts Unknown, arrived in Seattle yesterday as part of his Close to the Bone tour, and is already off to Portland tonight.

If you missed him at the Paramount last night, tracking his dining stops in Seattle may be the next best show. When he was here in 2012 filming The Layover for the Travel Channel, he hit up The Walrus & the Carpenter, Le Pichet, Paseo, and many more (check out this map). Yesterday, Eater asked where you thought he would visit this time, and on the forum and Facebook, you predicted Salumi, Nue, The Carlile Room, La Carta de Oaxaca, and beyond.

So where did the man actually end up? Here's what we know so far:

Bourdain had a light (14-course) lunch yesterday at Nathan Myrhvold's Modernist Cuisine Cooking Lab, along with Ray and Christian Walker of Maison Ilan, Armandino Batali and Gina Batali of Salumi, Scott Heimendinger of Sansaire, Eric Johnson of Stateside, Zoi Antonitsas of Westward and Little Gull, Charles Smith of Charles Smith Wines, and Dezi Bonow of The Carlile Room.

What are we missing? Where else have you seen Bourdain? Tweet us @EaterSeattle, email seattle@eater.com, or shout out in the comments below.

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