Anthony Bourdain Details His Final Meal, And We’d Totally Eat That

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<> Anthony Bourdain And Joel Rose "Get Jiro!" Book Launch Party at Les Halles Downtown on June 21, 2012 in New York City.

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None of us know when that final curtain will fall, concluding our lives and leaving us stranded in oblivion, never to be heard from again. While some of us are out here having existential crises about “what we’ll leave behind” and “how we’ll be remembered” (Are you there, god? It’s me, Mark. I want a Wikipedia page!), Anthony Bourdain’s thinking about something much more important: what he’ll have for his final meal.

Speaking to The Guardian, Bourdain details that his last hurrah would be at Sukiyabashi Jiro, a subterranean sushi joint which was popularized in the film Jiro Dreams of Sushi (although Bourdain’s been a fan since way before the film came out). If you haven’t seen the movie — highly recommended — check out the trailer below:

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