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I'm watching this right now, and getting both hungry and nostalgic for
This is the _finale_ episode of Anthony Bourdain's Travel Channel show
'No Reservations', so it's somewhat special. Among other things, he
gets lucky fishing off Sheepshead Bay, which made me think of you,
Ruben. (I was a running gag for the entire preceding eight seasons that
Bourdain always had abysmal luck any time he went fishing.)
A couple of the locations shown (Sunny's, Randazzo's) were seriously
damaged by Hurricane Sandy, so that bit's a bit wistful.
Bourdain's a born-and-bred Manhattanite, and freely confesses that he
never really got to know Brooklyn, before.
So, is the pastrami at Jay & Lloyd's in Sheepshead Bay any good? I
can almost smell it from here.
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