BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 16: Host Anthony Bourdain attends the panel discussion for "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations" during the Discovery Networks' Travel Channel presentation at the 2005 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 16, 2005 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
Either you know who he is or you don't.
Anthony Bourdain has almost a cult following.
The host of Travel Channel's "No Reservations" is bringing his one-man show to the California Center for the Arts this weekend. The show is sold out, but there is one way you can still get tickets and Marianne is about to show you how.
Bourdain is known as the "bad boy of the cooking world" and for the rather colorful words he uses to describe the underbelly of restaurant kitchens around the world.
Bourdain picked Vincent's Restaurant as the exclusive partner for Saturday’s event. The restaurant, which has been in the area for 17 years, will offer a preshow dining event. Award-winning Chef Vincent is trained in classical French cooking by the culinary arts school, Ecole Hoteliere D'Avignon, in Avignon, France. The restaurant is located on 113 West Grand Avenue in the heart of downtown Escondido.
If you’re interested in winning tickets to see Bourdain, you can enter to win by submitting your favorite French dish to the Vincent’s on Grand Facebook page before noon Friday. The restaurant will select one of the submissions as the winner in their contest.