The District's DAR Constitution Hall was Anthony Bourdain's final stop on his Guts and Glory Tour on Monday night. The chef and writer hit some of his favorite targets during the show (such as Food Network Chef Paula Deen) and also noted that he has no interest in hosting a political show.
"Who gives a s--t what I think about politics?" he said, according to Politico. Of course, Bourdain has certainly gotten political in the past, slamming the Tea Party movement and various unlucky politicians.
The host of CNN's "Parts Unknown" stopped by CNN's D.C. headquarters ahead of the event, but the highlight of his evening might have been the much-tweeted-about reunion with friend and D.C. restaurateur Jose Andres.
Speaking of Andres, we hear he braved Taylor Swift's packed concert at the Verizon Center last weekend and tweeted the singer "is awesome." We'd love to hear Bourdain's reaction to that.