Looks like we'll have something to hold us over while we wait for Anthony Bourdain's international food market to finally open up.

The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) recently announced that Anthony Bourdain will be bringing his latest show to their venue in November.

The show, called The Hunger, will be a monologue performed by Bourdain in which he reflects on his travels throughout the many corners of the world.

Bourdain will speak on the diversity he encountered during his various travels, as well as the cuisine he got to try.

Sadly, it doesn't sound like there'll be any free samples of said cuisine at the live show, but there will be several bonus events for those who buy a ticket to the show.

Following the monologue, Bourdain will be doing a Q&A, and selling his latest book, Appetites, which, if you're lucky, you can probably have autographed by the author himself.


Tickets aren't available for this event just yet - you'll have to wait until July 28th.

However, true Bourdain die hard fans can purchase VIP tickets, allowing them a meet and greet, along with a photo and autograph from Bourdain.


We're hoping Bourdain will address all of the delays on his Pier 57 food market - because we're all dying to have a bite of some of the cuisine this culinary legend has experienced.

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[via Gothamist] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]