Anthony Bourdain - dead at 61

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If you haven’t already watched Day 1 (https://youtu.be/JoR-qjBRgaM) and Day 2 (https://youtu.be/LJ2IlVuyr5s) of this Anthony Bourdain food tour in New Jersey, make sure you go back and watch them now.

Now, let’s start Day 3! We spent the night in Atlantic City and then drove first thing in the morning to Barnegat in the pine forest, and then on to Camden to complete this entire food tour.

Lucille’s Country Cooking (https://goo.gl/maps/XKxDkZQgvP6xHvvSA) - Total price - $19.89 -

First thing we headed to Lucille’s Country Cooking for breakfast, a classic New Jersey diner, but in the middle of the pine forests. They served a range of American breakfast dishes and I tried to order the same meal that Anthony Bourdain ate.

Tony & Ruth Steaks (https://goo.gl/maps/caQoHyrcJahjyo6F6) - Total price - $15.00 -

Next we drove on to Camden, New Jersey and headed straight to Tony & Ruth Steaks. Unfortunately they were still closed due to the Covid situation and only offered takeaway from the window. But that’s alright, I still ordered a few sandwiches and then ate them in the car. The bacon and egg sandwich was especially delicious.

Donkey’s Place (https://g.page/donkeysplace?share) - Price - $11 per cheesesteak -

Finally for the grand finale of this Anthony Bourdain New Jersey food tour, we headed to Donkey’s Place for a Jersey cheesesteak. This was one of the places I was most looking forward to eating in New Jersey on this entire tour. It didn’t disappoint, one of the world’s best cheesesteaks without a doubt. Quite a bit different from cheesesteaks I ate in Philly. I loved the huge quantity of onions and the poppy seed kaiser roll. It was soooo good, and the perfect way to end this entire food tour.

And that completes this New Jersey Anthony Bourdain food tour. Thank you for watching this entire series!

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