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Anthony Bourdain Dines With Francis Ford Coppola in Southern Italy

The ‘Parts Unknown’ season finale is this Sunday

Anthony Bourdain and friends dine by the sea in southern Italy. CNN

And just like that, the tenth season of Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown is coming to a close. This week’s finale, the eighth episode of the season, takes Bourdain to one of his favorite places: Southern Italy.

Over the course of his visit, CNN’s traveling host learns the origins of the bizarre Taranta dance; feasts on local meats, pastas, and sea creatures; and gets out on the water for a fishing trip. Bourdain, who claims that he typically watches while others on the boat do the grunt work, learns that fishing takes a strong back.

Movie buffs will want to tune in for Bourdain’s lunch with iconic filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola. The two dine at the Palazzo Margherita, which was once a palace used by officials in Benito Mussolini’s National Fascist Party. Now, the property is a boutique hotel owned by Coppola.

Parts Unknown: Southern Italy airs this Sunday, November 26, at 9 p.m. on CNN. Immediately following the East Coast premiere, head on over to Eater’s Facebook page for a live discussion of the episode.

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