Food had power. It could inspire, astonish, shock, excite, delight, and impress.
Bellagio Resort & Casino
Among the many brilliant truths Anthony Bourdain has uttered, one quote stands out in particular for this gourmet-focused TI’s Top Ten: “To me, life without veal stock, pork fat, sausage, organ meat, demi-glace, or even stinky cheese is a life not worth living.” Although this month’s theme of on-site, award-winning restaurants was decided on months ago, it’s particularly poignant to offer this list now to culinary pilgrims in this great traveler and chef’s memory. In his words, “Food had power. It could inspire, astonish, shock, excite, delight, and impress.” Here are the places that make us feel the same.
The only restaurant to have earned three Michelin stars in Rome. ’Nuff said.
Deep roots take new forms with 20+ courses of molecular gastronomy at this resort restaurant.
Thirteen Diamonds, fully included. That’s no gem—this a crown jewel in the fine dining kingdom.
Mediterranean cuisine is literally elevated at this rooftop venue—one of the best in all of Greece.
Canada’s greatest export to the Caribbean may just be this talented chef.
Sin City? With gluttony still ranked among the original vices, we can safely say it definitely is!
Live on the edge … but dine on the (Pacific) Rim, where regional cuisine is set to stun.
More Michelin stars than any other Spanish chef. That’s what makes OUR eyes starry!
When chicken tikka masala is a national dish, you know the Indian is going to be good. But here? It’s spectacular.
The name of the restaurant is plain and simple. The experience is anything but.
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