How cool is this! New Jersey is officially honoring the legacy of the late food star Anthony Bourdain with the launch of the “Anthony Bourdain New Jersey Food Trail”!
6ABC reports that the food trail is the “result of legislation proposed a year ago that will allow New Jersey residents and visitors to walk — and eat — in Bourdain’s footsteps.”
There are 10 spots in the list, including a few that popped up on his CNN “Parts Unknown” series, including Donkey’s Place in Camden and James’ Salt Water Taffy in AC.
The entire list is as follows:
Dock's Oyster House (Atlantic City)
Donkey's Place (Camden)
Frank's Deli (Asbury Park)
Hiram's Roadstand (Fort Lee)
James' Salt Water Taffy (Atlantic City)
Knife and Fork Inn (Atlantic City)
Kubel's (Barnegat Light)
Lucille's Country Cooking (Barnegat)
Tony & Ruth Steaks (Camden)
Tony's Baltimore Grill (Atlantic City)