If you've watched either of Anthony Bourdain's critically-acclaimed travel/food/documentary shows on television, you know that one of his gifts is being able to craft a story. Before "Parts Unknown", which scored Bourdain and crew more than a dozen Emmy awards, there was a show called "No Reservations" on the Travel Channel. On "No Reservations", Bourdain traveled the globe in search of cuisine that spoke to the soul of a given setting and while in that setting, Bourdain would attempt to ingest some of the local culture as well. After 9 seasons and 142 episodes, Bourdain walked away from the show but not before filming an episode touring Maine. Let's take a look at where in Vacationland he visited.


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