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You will need reservations for Anthony Bourdain in Boston


So far this year, Anthony Bourdain has swum with sharks, recorded with Queens of the Stone Age, and partied with Sleigh Bells.

Next on his plate: Boston's Symphony Hall.

For one night only next Friday, the host of the Travel Channel's No Reservations will be dishing on all topics from travel to American food and culture to the worst meal he's ever tasted as part of his On the Guts & Glory Tour.

You've seen him drinking, playing, and eating his way through exotic locations across the globe (including the untamed wilds of South Boston), but he's also an accomplished author and speaker who's got a strong stomach for turning away critics.

VIP packages include premier seating and a post-show meet-and-greet with the star, so you may want to bring a bottle of something to share with the host.

Or three.

Anthony Bourdain
Friday, November 16
Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Ave., Back Bay
(617) 266-1200

Tickets: $55-200 here
Nearby: Symphony 8; Thornton's; Back Bay Social Club

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