Chef and travel writer Anthony Bourdain will wrap up the second season of his CNN series with a live remote Nov. 10 from Atomic Liquors, the cable news company announced today.
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown will present the live, one-hour retrospective episode, Parts Unknown Last Bite at 7 p.m., following the season two finale episode, "Detroit."
Bourdain will be joined on the show by chef Marcus Samuelsson, actor Wendell Pierce from the HBO shows The Wire and Treme, Los Angeles chef Roy Choi, comedian Bonnie McFarlane and CNN anchor Don Lemon.
"Parts Unknown Last Bite will feature highlights from the past season and feature a lively debate among the guests on subjects such as food sustainability and guns in America - topics that were raised in various episodes of season two," the CNN release said.
The taping will be open to the public with seating on the patio. Must be 21+ to attend.
Atomic Liquors is located at 917 Fremont St.