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It will quickly become loved by tourists and locals, like Eataly today but with even better food and Bourdain-style surprises. We really hope it is more accessible than all the way in financial district.
Anthony Bourdain — the sharp-tongued chef, gastronomic explorer, author and CNN personality — is getting back into the restaurant business.
He has signed a deal to open his first large-scale food market in Manhattan, which will reflect his passion for international street food, Page Six can exclusively reveal.