NEW YORK (Circa) - Fans are leaving objects outside of a New York City restaurant where Anthony Bourdain once served as Executive Chef to honor the late chef and television's host's passing.
The front walls of Brasserie Les Halles, now closed, are covered in notes, handwritten letters, photos, and flowers for the "Parts Unknown" star.
"Thank you for the inspiration, the adventures, Tony. Our weekly adventures will be sorely missed. You were so loved." read one note left at the restaurant.
Anthony Bourdain committed suicide last Friday in France. He was 61 years old.