Watch Anthony Bourdain's Trip To Chicago, Then Eat Like He Did

By Anthony Todd in Food on Mar 22, 2016 2:41PM

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The Food Film Festival, which specializes in putting on events where you watch and eat the same things, is coming back to Chicago for one night only in April—and they're bringing a Bourdain premiere.

Anthony Bourdain toured Chicago for an episode of his CNN show, Parts Unknown. The episode hasn't aired yet, but apparently includes visits to Old Town Ale House, Ricobene’s and Lao Sze Chuan, along with some visits to the homes of local celebs.

At Begyle Brewery on April 27, guests will get a chance to watch the episode before it airs, eat what they're seeing on the screen (the exact menu hasn't been published, but Bourdain had breaded steak sandwiches at Ricobene's and Mapo Doufu at Lao Sze Chuan, so expect that), and enjoy beer and wine pairings. There's an after-party with more food. And the whole thing only costs $50.

The proceeds go to the Good Food Project, and tickets will absolutely sell out. Buy them now.