Nothing like making a little history over a $6 lunch.
A single-minded focus on what you think is best, rather than what others are telling you is best for you, can produce both victories and defeats. More than a decade in, it's clear which category Bourdain's travel TV is in.
Food tourism is nothing new, but its exponential growth is remaking how destinations position themselves in the global tourism marketplace.
ZPZ is the unsung hero of travel on television.
Chris Collins and his partner Anthony Bourdain redefined how modern travelers tell their stories.
It continues to be surprising that so few travel publishers help readers discover a destination through its food.
Bourdain's involvement could provide the bump R&K needs to catch on with readers as it has with corporate clients.
Travel Channel's new CEO has the challenge of making the brand relevant in a time when most travelers are turning to digital content for inspiration.
We like it when these people make headlines.
For the last decade destinations have fought hard for airtime on reality shows, but we may be seeing a new metric for tourism success: the Bourdain Bump.