Did you catch it? Anthony Bourdain's Seattle episode of The Layover aired on the Travel Channel last night, showcasing everything the Emerald city— which Bourdain says has "one of the best and most interesting food scenes in America"—has to offer, from Shorty's to The Walrus & the Carpenter, Paseo, Sun Liquor and Le Pichet. Below, in order of appearance, a handy guide of all 21 places Bourdain mentioned (he was seen visiting only 8 spots), along with his quotes on the restaurants. Also noteworthy: he stayed in the Beatles Suite at The Edgewater Hotel, botched the name of Canlis chef Jason Franey, puttered around town in an all-electric Tesla Model S, and sacrificed breakfast at Tilikum Place Cafe for a room-serviced bagel with smoked salmon and cream cheese.
If you missed the show, or even if you didn't, watch these featured clips—including an unseen, extended clip from Rob Roy where Bourdain makes it clear to restaurateur Matt Dillon that he is not a fan of Chartreuse.Read More